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Cookies

The Miss Mary website makes use of cookies. Cookies are small text files that are stored on the visitor's computer and can be used to follow the visitor's activities on the website. There are two main types of cookie: 1) A permanent cookie that remains on the visitor's computer for a set period of time. 2) A session cookie, which is stored temporarily in the computer's memory during the time a visitor is on the website. Session cookies disappear when you shut down your web browser.

Miss Mary uses cookies to improve the website for the visitor, such as adapting the website to the visitor's wishes, choices and interests, helping you keep track of which goods you have placed in your basket; handling your purchase; ensuring that the visitor is logged onto the website, thus avoiding having to log on to each new page; adapting our services so that you receive advertising material that is relevant to you; discharging undertakings in conjunction with a purchase.

Permanent cookies are sometimes used to store your personal settings at Miss Mary so that you avoid, for example, having to make certain choices each time you visit the website, and to adapt information and marketing to make the content as relevant as possible to you. Session cookies are sometimes used to register statistics related to use of the website.

By approving Miss Mary's general terms and conditions and/or this Privacy Policy, and by using Miss Mary's website, you consent to processing using cookies according to what is stated herein. If you do not accept the use of cookies, you can turn off cookies using the security settings on your web browser. You can also set the web browser so that you are asked each time Miss Mary's website tries to place a cookie on your computer. Previously stored cookies can be deleted via the web browser. See the web browser help pages for further information. You can also at any time delete cookies manually from your hard drive.

It is also possible to regulate adapted advertising on the web browser. Read more about this at www.youronlinechoices.com

3D-Secure technology has been developed by VISA and Mastercard, and aims to identify cardholders for online payments. The identification process is much the same as that used at ATMs and is based on a personal code/password being used in conjunction with the purchase. This technology means that the cardholders can be certain that their cards are not being used by unauthorised individuals.