ClaimOut respects the confidentiality of Users (hereinafter referred to as Customers) of the Site and/or the Application. Respect for the privacy of personal data is one of the most important principles of ClaimOut.

There follows a detailed description of the information that ClaimOut collects through the Site and how this information is processed and used.

To ensure that the Site functions properly, ClaimOut registers small cookies in the memory of the user's devices. This is what most large websites do..

By using the Site, the Customer confirms, without limitation or reservation, having read and accepted this Cookies Policy, accepting to comply with it and accepting the use of cookies by ClaimOut in accordance with this Policy.

ClaimOut has the right to update this Policy in case the relevant legislation changes. We recommend that you review this Policy from time to time to ensure that you are aware of the latest version of the use of cookies.

What are the Cookies.

When a Customer accesses the ClaimOut Site, the Site automatically saves a small text file called a cookie on the Customer's computer or mobile device. By using this file, the Site remembers the Customer's actions and settings (login, language, font size and other information display options). This means that it is not necessary to redefine the settings each time you access or navigate from one page to another on the ClaimOut Site.

What kinds of Cookies there are.

Cookies can be classified according to the duration of their use and the domain to which they belong.

Cookies can be of two types:

  • - session cookies, which are deleted when the Client closes his/her browser;
  • - persistent cookies, which are stored on the Customer's computer or other device for a certain period of time.
How ClaimOut uses Cookies.

ClaimOut uses cookies in its work in order to facilitate the maximum comfort of the use of the Site for the Client. ClaimOut uses both session and persistent cookies.

The Customer may delete or block all ClaimOut cookies, but in such event, the functionality of certain elements of the Site may be affected. Information related to cookies is not used to personally identify the Customer and does not harm the Customer's privacy in any way.

Updated: October 16, 2019