1. What are cookies?
Cookies are encrypted files which are stored on a user's computer. They are used by most major websites to identify your computer/mobile phone whenever you visit the website that has created the cookie.
2. What are cookies used for?
Beryl uses some of the common advertising platforms which both serve and target advertisements to their users. These advertising platforms collect information via cookies to be able to correctly target the marketing message.
Cookies don’t harm your computer and don’t store personal information about you, such as credit card details.
Cookies are designed as a solution to aid both the advertiser and the consumer, as they allow brands to do the following:
Limit the frequency with which you will see particular advertisements or announcement from Beryl on our website (e.g. the “do you accept cookies?” banner)
Track where you have come from if you were referred to our website
Remarket Beryl ads to you as you browse the internet or use platforms such as Facebook or Instagram.
Help us understand how our advertising impressions correlate with visits to webpages on beryl.cc so we can improve our marketing strategies.
3. These cookies are used by beryl to maintain personal preferences
We work with Affiliately affiliate tracking platform. When you click on an Affiliate link, this cookie gives us an idea of the site you’ve come from and ensures we can attribute sales back to the right affiliate.
We use Google Analytics in order to collect information about how our website is used and interacted with
We use Cloudflare to manage our Domain Name Server:
We use Facebook Cookies for a number of reasons; they allow us to offer you a better user experience by personalising your journey on our website and across your devices.
Using the Facebook cookie lets us know who is interacting with our ads, website and apps of our advertisers, so we can be more thoughtful about where we show our adverts, and to whom.
The use of the Facebook cookie can also provide us with insights into people who are interested in beryl’s services, and help us to improve our offering and marketing.
If at any point you want to opt out of behavioural advertising preferences, you can visit www.youronlinechoices.com/ Please note that this link will navigate you away from beryl.cc and we’re not responsible for content contained on this site.
4. How do I manage cookies?
If you decline cookies, personalisation on the beryl site may not work for you. We will also be unable to take your experience into account when improving our website.
Finally, please note that advertisers and other third parties (such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter) may use their own cookies when you click on their advertisement or link to their site, on or from our website. These third parties are responsible for setting their own cookie and privacy policies.