Areeka Web Cookie Policy

Cookies and web beacons

Like many websites, we use "cookies" and "web beacons" (also known as pixels) to collect information. A "cookie" is a small data file that is transferred to your computer's hard disk for record-keeping purposes. We collect cookies that are necessary for the Platform to function, cookies that enhance the Platform’s performance, and cookies used for third-party tracking. A "web beacon" is a tiny, and sometimes invisible, image or embedded code, placed on a Web page or email that can report your visit or use to a third party. Web beacons are typically used by third parties to monitor the activity of users at a website for the purpose of web analytics, advertising optimisation, or page tagging. Additional information regarding web beacons is available on the internet. You can adjust your browser's settings to block cookies, or to prompt you before accepting a cookie.

Use of cookies, web beacons, and similar technology for analytics

We may use third party cookies for the purposes of web analytics, attribution, and error management. Our Platform may use third party vendor services that use cookies, web beacons, and similar technology to collect and store anonymous information about you, including when you pay for services, load a page, indicate that you heard about us on television, sign up for services, enter your payment information (the payment details are not disclosed), start the intake questionnaire, and your response as to the referral source to the Platform.

Our Platform also uses analytics for third party vendors to collect information (for example, Visitor Data and Onboarding Data) about user actions on our website for purposes of analytics and analyses of certain Platform usages.

Use of cookies, web beacons, and similar technology for advertising networks

You and others may see certain advertisements for our services, or for the Platform, on other websites because we participate in advertising networks. Advertising networks allow us to target our messaging to users through demographic, interest-based, and contextual means. These networks track individuals’ online activities over time by collecting information through automated means, including through the use of cookies, web server logs, and web beacons. The networks use this information to show advertisements that may be tailored to an individual’s interests. The information our ad networks may collect includes information about your visits to websites that participate in the relevant ad networks, such as the pages or advertisements you view and the actions you take on the websites. This data collection takes place both on our websites and on third-party websites that participate in the ad networks. This process also helps us track the effectiveness of our marketing efforts and assists other websites and advertising partners to find you, or people like you, on different platforms, including social media websites.