Cookie usage policy
Cookies are small files placed on your computer's hard drive, or in your browser
memory, when you visit our website. It helps us speed things up for you when you
come back. It tells us what parts of the site you visit, what you like and what's
most relevant to you.
What cookies don't do is store any personal or confidential information about you.
To ensure you get the best from our website, we advise that users keep cookies active
on their machine whilst visiting our website.
You may not be able to access certain existing client features or apply for new
products if you browse with cookies disabled.
Most of the cookies we use are session cookies, lasting only for the duration of
your visit and are deleted when you close your browser. No personally-identifiable
data is collected. These simply enable us to identify that the same person is moving
from page to page.
We store and collect the following information via session cookies:
- A unique ID to track your session from page to page, which is vitally important
to enable us to keep you signed in whilst you service your accounts online and to
keep your session open whilst you apply for new products.
- An internal tracking cookie to allow the recording of source websites (referrers),
specific campaign information and pay-per-click (PPC) campaign identifiers.
We also use certain cookies that are persistent, meaning that they last beyond your
session enabling an enhanced user-experience when you return to the site.
- This site uses Google Analytics (http://www.google.com/analytics/) to allow us to
track how popular our site is and to record visitor trends over time. Analytics
uses a cookie to help track which pages are accessed. The cookie contains no personally-identifiable
information, but it does use your computer's IP address to determine where in the
world you are accessing the site from, and to track your page visits within the
- This site uses Google AdWords (http://www.google.com/adwords/) for PPC (Pay Per
Click) Advertising which uses a cookie which is typically stored on your computer
for about 30 days and retains information about your page visits to our site; Google
has provided information about Google Site Stats,
click to find out more.
From time to time, we may embed external content from third party websites within
apply to such third-party content will be published on the website of the of that
third-party content provider.
Opting out of cookie usage
You can stop third party cookies (such as those we use for Google Analytics) being
stored on your computer by blocking third party cookies from within your browser.
Blocking these cookies will not impact your browsing experience.
You can also block all cookies through your browser - however, you may find that
many areas of our site will no longer work so we would recommend against this.
UK Prize has provided this information to comply with the spirit of Article
5 (3) of the e-Privacy Directive from the European Union.
For further information about managing and disabling cookies, you can refer to your
browser's help section or user guide. Alternatively, the Interactive Advertising
Bureau has produced a guide (see
www.allaboutcookies.org) which explains to users how cookies work
and can be managed.
Site cookie acceptance
To withdraw your consent after accepting this cookie, delete the "ukp_accept"
cookie. Find out how at http://www.aboutcookies.org
These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site, which
we use to help improve it. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form,
including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come from and
the pages they have visited.
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These cookies are used by the site to ensure that content is being served efficiently to the user.
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