Someone said Cookies?
The cookies Dagoodi (after referred to as: "we") is talking about are not edible. Such a shame, because Dagoodi loves cookies. Did you know that Dagoodi’s favorite cookie is a coconut macaroon? We are curious to find out what your favorite cookie is!
The Cookies we're talking about are small and simple text files that your computer or mobile device stores when you visit Dagoodi. The information stored in them can be sent back to our servers the next time you visit us.
Which Cookies do we place?
Functional and Necessary Cookies
These most important, functional or necessary Cookies ensure that you will have the very best shopping experience on our store at all times. It's all about the simplest things like being able to checkout or log in to My Account on Dagoodi.
Analytical related cookies
We use Analytical Cookies to use third party statistics to see how our web shop is used. Think of it as a kind of research report. Based on the findings we can continuously improve our webshop to the advantage of you as a visitor and/or customer. Without these cookies we miss your data. The result of this is that you have to wait much longer for improvements. Within Dagoodi we make use of third party software, such as Google Analytics. Within Dagoodi we find your privacy very important and therefore we have Google Analytics as privacy friendly as possible.
Marketing related cookies
In addition to the above Cookies, we also place marketing Cookies. Third parties can also place marketing cookies next to us. In turn, we also place marketing Cookies on third party websites. These marketing cookies are there so that we can communicate as relevant as possible based on your online surfing, searching and buying behaviour and even better provide you with the very best offers, as you are used to from us. We also register which advertisements you have seen and/or clicked, so we know who you are next time.
Within Dagoodi we work with agencies that can act as an intermediary between us as webshop and the advertisers. The marketing cookies of third parties enable us to place our advertisements on another website so that you can see us somewhere else.
Below you can find the list of Cookies that are placed by third parties. Our advice is to consult the cookie and privacy statements of these third parties on a regular basis. Unfortunately, Dagoodi has no influence on these statements.
- Google Analytics
- Google Tag Manager
- Google Inc.
- Facebook Inc.
- Instagram Inc.
- Visual Website Optimizer
- Search page Cookies
Another Cookie we place is for our own search engine in the webshop. This way you will immediately get the relevant products when you use the search engine. Unless you prefer to get an overview of less relevant products first. We then use the acquired knowledge to improve the search functions.
Google Tag Manager
In order to be able to manage all cookies and to distinguish between the different types of cookies mentioned above, we use Google Tag Manager on Dagoodi. This allows us to determine which Cookies may or may not be placed and what content we may store. Within Dagoodi, we use the Google Tag Manager in accordance with the guidelines of the Consumer & Market Authority.
Delete cookie history
As you are used to from us, we always want you to be in control as a visitor and/or customer of Dagoodi. You can easily delete your entire cookie history, whenever you want. This can be done in all web browsers, both on your desktop computer and mobile devices. Below you can find a step-by-step plan for each web browser, explaining how you can easily delete your cookie history yourself.
Open Chrome and click on the three dots in the top right corner of your browser. Then click History -> History -> Clear Browsing Data. In the 'Clear browsing data' menu at the top you have the option to clear browsing data from the first use up to and including only the last hour. Below that you can choose exactly which items you want to delete. In any case, tick "Cookies and other site and plug-in data". Press the "Delete browser data" button.
Open Safari and go to Safari -> Preferences -> Privacy -> Delete Saved Cookies and Data > Manage Website Data > Delete All.
Open Firefox and click on the three dashes in the top right, then click Options -> Privacy -> Delete individual cookies. Finally, click on 'Delete all'.
Open Microsoft Edge and click the three dots in the upper-right corner -> Settings. Under "Delete Browsing Data," click the "Choose What You Want to Delete" option. Select the Cookies (preselected) -> Finally, click the "Delete" button.
Open Internet Explorer and click on the cogwheel in the top right, choose Internet Options -> General tab. Click 'Delete' under 'Browse history'. If you don't want to delete everything, at least tick 'Cookies and Website data' and then click 'Delete'.
Cookies Statement | Version 2.0.0 | 20-04-2020