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What Are Cookies?
Cookies are a way for websites to store and retrieve very small text information on a web browser. These are used to enable websites to keep track of users as they view pages and between visits.
First party cookies are set and managed by the operator of the website such as www.paycare.org. Third party cookies are those that are set and used by other sites (such as Facebook and Google) to display adverts, measure statistics or add social sharing features.
The Paycare website also makes use of third party cookies from Google. These are used to collect statistical information about how visitors use our website including details of the location of users and device / software used to view the site. All information collected in this way is strictly aggregated and anonymous.
Here is a list of the cookies used by Paycare, also referred to as first-party:
This cookie is necessary for the website to function properly. This cookie contains no private information and is automatically deleted when you close your browser.
This cookie is used to display a one time cookie notification for first-time visitors to the Paycare website.
This cookie is used to personalise the information shown to registered users on Paycare website.
Here is a list of cookies used by third parties on the Paycare website:
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These cookies are set and used by Google Analytics to provide statistical reports about visitors on the Paycare website.