How we use cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small amounts of information stored by your computer when you log onto our website. Cookies do not contain any information that can personally identify you.  A cookie often includes a unique identifier, which is an anonymous number (randomly generated) and is stored on your device.  Some expire at the end of your website session; others remain on your computer for longer.

What do cookies do?

Cookies can store information about your preferences and other information which you need when you visit a website. We use cookies to help us improve usage of our site and to keep track of what you have added to your ‘wish list’ of jewellery without losing the information between visits.  We use cookies to keep track of what you have placed in your shopping bag and to remember your details when you return to our site.  We do not use cookies to record information on your name, address or contact details.

What cookies do we use?

This website uses both first and third party cookies.  Details of the cookies we use are set out below.


CFID

 Used to uniquely identify a client device (browser) to enable the site to maintain user session variables.

CFTOKEN

Used to uniquely identify a client device (browser) to enable the site to maintain user session variables.

CONSENT

Google consent cookie

NID

The NID cookie contains a unique ID Google uses to remember your preferences and other information,

__atuvc

Helps to ensure share counter you see on the website updates properly after you’ve shared something.

_fbp

Facebook Pixel cookie. Links to your Facebook account.

_ga

Google anonymous analytics cookies. Used to distinguish users.

_gat

Google anonymous analytics cookies. Used to collect website usage data

_gid

Google anonymous analytics cookies. Used to distinguish users.

sc.ASP.NET_SESSIONID

This cookie is used to identify the individual user session. This cookie provides the details needed to compile a recording showing multiple pages visited during a visitor’s unique visit to a web site.

sc.ASP.NET_SESSIONID

This cookie is used to identify the individual user session. This cookie provides the details needed to compile a recording showing multiple pages visited during a visitor’s unique visit to a web site.

sc.UserId

This cookie is used to identify the individual user session. This cookie provides the details needed to compile a recording showing multiple pages visited during a visitor’s unique visit to a web site.

Analytics cookies

We use analytics to track your use of the website.  These cookies are used to monitor the performance of the site using anonymised data (i.e. not traceable to any particular person) of how a site is used: what links people click on, what products are being viewed and bought etc.

Advertising cookies

We use cookies to monitor the performance of our marketing campaigns across the web.  We also allow selected third parties who participate with us in marketing programs to place cookies when you visit our site.  These cookies allow us to monitor which adverts you see and click on to get to our site.

Social Cookies

These cookies are set by the social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube etc.) and allow you to share content from WarrenJames.co.uk with your friends on social networks.  We don’t control the setting of these cookies so you should check third party websites for more information on how to manage them.

How do I manage cookies?

Cookies cannot harm your computer and do not contain any personal or private information.  We use cookies to ensure we provide the best possible service to our customers.  As part of our Privacy Policy we require your consent to use them.  If you do not wish to permit cookies from this site, or any other, on your computer you should amend the settings in your web browser.
Please note that blocking or disabling cookies may affect the performance of the site and your own experience.  If you don’t wish to enable cookies on your computer, your experience on our website will be impaired. 
For more information about cookies or if you would like to learn how to remove cookies set on your device, visit http://www.aboutcookies.org  (please note this opens in a new window; we cannot be responsible for the content of external websites).