PRIVACY STATEMENT & DISCLAIMER
COMFORTIES respects the privacy of the users of its web shop and ensures that all data provided by its customers is treated with care. All data provided by our customers is used solely for the purpose of executing the orders they have placed. All customer data provided when placing an order with comforties.com is saved in the COMFORTIES database. COMFORTIES will not sell your data to third parties and will only make it available to third parties which are involved in the execution of your order and who respect the COMFORTIES privacy terms and conditions.
Although the information on this website was carefully compiled and COMFORTIES is continuously engaged in keeping this information up to date, no rights may derive from this website. All rights to the material on this website are held by COMFORTIES. Prices and conditions are subject to change.
Cookie Statement for www.comforties.com
browser when you view pages on our website. Your browser stores these files on your computer's hard drive. The information contained in the cookies is then
sent back to our servers the next time you visit the website.
In this Cookie Statement, we will inform you of which cookies will be sent and for what purpose.
the option to remain logged in;
the creation of a shopping cart for our web shop;
load balancing in order to maintain site speed during busy periods;
remembering which cookies you have already given us permission to use.
You can set your browser to block these cookies, but then you will need to indicate these preferences each time you visit.
visual settings (font size, colours, etc.);
your name, email address etc., so you don't have to keep filling these in;
your preferred language;
requests to take part in surveys or sign up for newsletters.
You can configure your browser to block these cookies, although this may adversely affect our website's performance.
Tracking and profiles
We use what are known as ‘tracking cookies’ to compile a profile of users like yourself. The profile we have created is not linked to your name, address,
e-mail or other personal details you may have submitted to us; instead, it is used only to tailor advertisements to your particular profile, so that these
will be as relevant to you as possible.
without informing you of the fact. Any changes will be effective immediately once they have been published on this website. We advise you to consult this
Right to access, correct or delete your data
You have the right to request access to your personal data, or to ask that we correct or delete it on your behalf. Please see our ‘Contact’ page for these
options. In order to prevent abuse of data, we may ask you for proper identification before granting your request. When your request involves access to
personal data linked to a cookie, you will need to send us a copy of the cookie in question. These can be found among the settings of your browser (the
exact location depends on which browser you use).
It is usually possible to delete cookies using your browser settings as well. More information concerning enabling, disabling and deleting cookies can be
found in the user instructions and/or ‘Help’ function of your browser.
How can you turn off cookies manually?
Manually disabling cookies is a very simple matter, no matter which browser you are using. Please note: If you disable cookies, your user name and
passwords will no longer be stored by any website whatsoever.
On your keyboard, press the ‘Alt’ key.
In the menu bar that then appears at the top of your screen, select ‘Extra’ and then ‘Options’.
Next, open the tab labelled ‘Privacy’.
After the ‘Firefox will:’ command, select ‘Use custom settings for history'. Tick the boxes next to your preferences and then save them.
Open Internet Explorer.
Select the menu option ‘Extra’ and then choose ‘Internet Options’.
Click on the tab marked ‘Privacy'.
Then, under ‘Advanced', you can select the desired settings and save your preferences.
Open Google Chrome.
Open the ‘Settings’ menu.
Click on ‘Show advanced settings’ at the bottom. Under the Privacy heading, go to ‘Content Settings’.
Then, on the ‘Cookies’ tab, you can select the desired settings and save your preferences.
Select ‘Preferences’ in the task menu and click on ‘Privacy'. (The task menu looks like a gear icon and can be found at the top right of the Safari browser
In the section about cookies, select if and when you would like to allow Safari to accept cookies from websites. For more information about your options,
click on the question mark button.
If you would like to know more about the cookies that are being stored on your computer, click ‘Show cookies'.
More information about cookies
Additional information about cookies can be found on the following websites:
Consumentenbond (Dutch-language): “Wat zijn cookies (What are cookies)?” http://www.consumentenbond.nl/veilig-online/extra/wat-zijn-cookies/
Consumentenbond (Dutch-language): “Cookies verwijderen (Removing cookies)”
ICTRecht (Dutch-language): Cookierecht.nl - all about cookies and cookie legislation http://www.cookierecht.nl/
Your Online Choices: “A guide to online behavioural advertising” http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/
Are these websites going to be replaced by more relevant (English-language) ones?
Some high-ranking ones are allaboutcookies.org and microsoft.com/info/cookies.mspx, for instance.