Cookie declaration Call2Collect B.V.

Outline of a website visit
The website uses functional, analytic, and tracking cookies. A cookie is a small text file stored on the first visit to this website by your browser on the hard drive of your computer. The information stored therein can be sent back to our servers when you visit again.

First-party cookies
First-party cookies are cookie files that are sent from this website and will not be shared with third parties. We use first-party cookies, among other things to ensure that you have better website experience, they are also called functional cookies. First-party cookies cannot identify you personally, cookies do not know who you are (name), what your address or e-mail address is.

Functional purposes
Examples of cookies used for functional purposes on
  • Session cookies help us see which parts of the site you viewed during your website visit. This enables us to adapt our services as much as possible to the surfing habits of our visitors. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your web browser;
  • User input cookies, remember user actions on a website. An example of this is remembering shopping basket items;
  • User interface customization cookies are used to remember your preferences. An example of this is a language preference;
  • Cookie Notification cookie; remembers whether you agree with cookies or if you have clicked the cookie banner away.

Analytical purposes
Analytical cookies are also first-party cookies. These cookies measure how many people visit the website or which pages function well or poorly. This gives us insights that help us to improve the website for you.
  • Google Analytics This tool gives an insight into understanding for example how visitors came to the site, which pages visitors have looked at, and how much time visitors spend on average on the website.
Third-party cookies; where we ask for your permission
We use cookies to track your surfing habits so that we can offer customized content and advertising. On cookies are also posted by third parties. These include cookies from advertisers and/or social media. Here is an overview of the third-party cookies we use, why they are used, and, if possible, what data they collect.

A remarketing cookie keeps track of products or pages you view or can track whether you've made a purchase/request in response to one of our ads. This information is very valuable to us; in this way, we can measure the success of our marketing campaigns and how well our offering connects to our target audience.

This cookie file can also ensure that our ads are matched to third party websites based upon your interests, page views, or are provided with interesting offers. This cookie file cannot identify you personally, the cookie does not know who you are (name), what your address or e-mail address is.

This cookie file is put on [] by the following parties:
  • Google AdWords
  • Google Analytics
  • Doubleclick
Google Analytics  (Extended)
Google Analytics is used in addition to the analytical aspect to be able to provide you interesting offers and advertisements. This cookie file stores, based on your IP address, for example, what products you are viewing. So we can show relevant ads or content on other websites. The cookie cannot identify you personally, the cookie does not know who you are (name), what your address or email address is. Your IP data and statistics are anonymous to us, we cannot see how often individual visitors visit, what pages they go through and other operations they perform. For this Analytics cookie, you give consent.

The Analytics cookie, previously called Analytical (first-party) cookies, does not collect any information that we could personally approach you with. This cookie does not require any consent.
Remove and refuse cookies
You have the right to refuse cookies. Upon entering the and possibly sister sites we'll give you this opportunity. Have you accepted cookies in the past? Then you get won’t get this question again from us. This is already stored for your convenience.

Do you want to remove cookies or disable them? That is possible via your browser settings. Please note that then some of the website functionality will no longer work properly.