Cookie Policy

The ‘cookie policy’ will elaborate on the entire mechanism of cookies used by the platform, with a detailed discussion on the purpose of the said usage. Your act of using the platform known as ‘Transact Bridge’ will be deemed as an implied consent towards the use of cookies as discussed here. However, you have an option to delete or block our cookies, according to your choice. For any query related to the cookie policy, you can get in touch with our team at- [email protected].

Definition and explanation

Cookies are simple text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device by a website’s server. Each cookie is unique to your web browser. It will contain some anonymous information such as a unique identifier, website’s domain name, and some digits and numbers. These are stored in order to enable the websites to read and write these files so that they can recognize you, thereby remembering the important information.

What cookies do we use ?

1. Necessary cookies

These cookies are inevitable, in order to provide you the basic services and information through the platform. ‘Necessary cookies’ help us to identify that you are logged in to the platform and have created an account (if any). We also utilise these cookies to track the activities for security purposes. If you opt to prevent these cookies, we might not be able to provide the required services, along with the proper security mechanism.

2. Performance cookies

These files are used by us, and our third-party service providers (in some cases). They help us to monitor the performance of the platform and the way you use it. However, your personal/identifiable information will not be collected. Rather, this will serve as an analytical report of the interests and methodology of the varied user base. Performance cookies, as the name suggests, will also help in correcting errors (if experienced) on the platform.

3. Functionality cookies

Functionality cookies let us operate the platform, in accordance with the choice/settings you have already made. For example- It will help us in remembering the settings which you have customised, or the survey which you have already filled, in order to remove repetition.

4. Targeting cookies

These cookies are in place, to track your visit on the platform, along with the other platforms or links which you have followed. It is done, in order to analyse your preferences and display the targeted ads to you on the platform.

5. Session Cookies

Session cookies allow websites to remember users within a website when they move between web pages. These cookies tell the server what pages to show the user so the user doesn’t have to remember where they left off or start navigating the site all over again. Session cookies contain information that is stored in a temporary memory location which is deleted after the session ends.

6. First party Cookies

They are stored by the Domain website owners to collect analytics data, remember language settings, and perform other useful functions that help provide a good user experience.

7. Third Party Cookies

Third-party cookies (also known as tracking cookies or trackers) are created by “parties” other than the website that the user is currently visiting – providers of advertising, retargeting, analytics and tracking services.

Definition and explanation
There are some cookies, which are placed and utilised by the third parties involved with the platform. They indulge in acquiring the analytical report of the preferences and performance in order to serve the ads and suggestions accordingly. Though there is a clear distinction for the protection of your personal data with proper due diligence from our side, you may choose to disable/block the cookies, which is mentioned in the following section.

Blocking/disabling the cookies and revoking your consent

As per the general notion of rights, you have the complete independence to:

1.Not provide the consent

2.Revoke the consent

3.Block/disable the cookies entirely from the browser’s settings. However, the performance of the platform might not be that efficient/smooth if we are unable to place some essential cookies, mainly the ‘necessary cookies’. On disabling, you might not be able to access some of the features of the platform as well.

Contact Us

If you have any questions relating to these Terms of Use, your rights and obligations arising from these Terms of Use and/or your use of the Website and the Service, your Account, or any other matter, please contact us at [email protected]