Below, we have provided a list of all cookies used on the CreditDigital website and a description of the purposes we use them for. By using our website, you consent to us using these Cookies for the purposes listed.
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Below is a list of all cookies used on the CreditDigital website and a description of the purposes for which we use them. By using this Site, you consent to us using the Cookies listed below for the purposes listed below.
|Cookie names (s)||Type of cookies||Purpose|
|_credit_digital_session||Temporary session||This is used for authentication purposes and so that we can distinguish you from other users on the website.|
|Rails CSRF||Temporary session||Protects against cross-site request forgery.|
|Amplitude, Google Tag Manager||Analytics||We use these services to analyse and improve the performance of our website.|
|Hubspot||Customer support||Used for 'livechat' to connect you to one of our customer support representatives.|
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