Cookie Policy

All the information you need, about cookies on our website.

About cookies

A cookie is a small text file that the website you are visiting stores on your computer. Here you will find information about how cookies are used at Trustly.com.

You have to agree to store cookies on your computer in order for Trustly's website to work the way we intend it to. Not agreeing to our cookie policy may result in a poor user experience.

HasAcceptedCookies is a permanent cookie set by Trustly.com once you consent to Trustly's cookie policy.

Analytical tools for web statistics

Trustly.com uses Google Analytics to get an overview of how Trustly.com is being used. The following cookies are set by Trustly.com: _utmz is used to keep track of how the visitor navigated to the website and is saved for six months. The cookie _utma is used to identify unique visitors and is saved for two years.

The information gathered from these cookies through the use of Trustly.com (your IP-address included) is forwarded to and stored by Google on their servers located in the USA. The purpose is for Trustly to evaluate how the website is being used in order to improve content, navigation and structure. Google may forward this information to third parties if demanded by law or in case a third party is processing the data for Google.

Opt out web statistics?

If you do not want your visits at Trustly.com to be shown in the Goole Analytics statistics you can install an add-on for your browser. The add-on is available for the following browsers: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Opera. The add-on is downloaded from Google. .

Youtube videos

Trustly.com shows videos from Trustly's youtube channel. The videos are shown in Youtube's video player and youtube.com uses cookies when the movies are played. Visitor_INFO1_LIVE is a cookie which is saved for 8 months. PREF is erased when the browser is closed. More information can be found in Google's Privacy Policy.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that the website you are visiting stores on your computer.

There are two kinds of cookies. The first kind stores a file during a longer period of time on your computer. It is used, for example, to announce what has been updated since the user last visited the current website. The other kind is called a session cookie. When you navigate a website, a session cookie is temporarily stored in your computer's memory. It may, for example, be used to keep track of which language you have chosen. Session cookies are not stored during a long period of time on your computer. They are deleted when the browser is closed. If you do not want to allow cookies to be stored on your computer you can manually set this in your browser.

More information regarding cookies and electronic communication can be found at The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority's website.