Cookie Policy

1. What are cookies?

As is common practice with most professional websites, Procurious uses cookies. Cookies are tiny files that are downloaded to your computer to improve your experience.

2. Cookie usage

Below a list of the cookies Procurious uses, and which purpose they serve
to our community:

Cookie Name Purpose More information
PHPSESSID PHPSESSID Validate the authenticity of users attempting to gain
access to a specific user account. It determines if a user
is logged in or not.
REMEMBERME REMEMBERME This cookie is placed when a visitors checks the “remember
me” option when logging in. It means we keep the session
cookie for a longer period and the visitors doesn’t have to
login every time he or she visits the website.
_ga _ga This cookie is used by Google Analytics. Third party cookie

__gads __gads This cookie is used by Google for a variety of purposes
(e.g., ensuring Frequency Caps work correctly). It includes
AdSense. This cookie is associated with the DoubleClick for
Publishers service from Google. Its purpose is to monitor
the showing of advertisements on the site. The main purpose
of this cookie is targeting/advertising.
Third party cookie

_hjIncludedInSample _hjIncludedInSample This session cookie is set to let Hotjar know whether that
visitor is included in the sample which is used to generate
funnels. The cookies carry no personally identifiable
Third party cookie

__cfduid __cfduid This cookie is set by the CloudFlare service to identify
trusted Web traffic. It does not correspond to any user ID
in the Web application, nor does the cookie store any
personally identifiable information.
Third party cookie

ajs_ * ajs_anonymous_id



Font provider sets cookies to monitor usage of the font. Third party cookie
Optimizely * optimizelyBuckets



Cookie set by the Optimizely website optimisation platform.
Used to store the page variants assigned to a user for A/B
performance testing, to ensure the user gets a consistent
Third party cookie

intercom- * intercom-id-*



Intercom live chat feature. This cookie attempts to
remember a user such that they may continue their
conversation between different pages of the site, and
resume the conversation on repeat visits to the site.
Third party cookie

3. Disabling cookies

You can disable cookies by adjusting the settings on your browser (see your browser Help for how to do this). Disabling cookies will usually result in disabling certain functionality and features of this, and other, websites you visit.

4. More information

If you are looking for further information, please contact Procurious by email at [email protected].

Updated: 23rd May 2018

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