Cookie Policy

Last updated: 23 Febuary 2018



At Currencycloud, we use cookies to improve your experience while visiting our website. We use a cookie control system allowing the user on their first visit to the website to allow or disallow the use of cookies on their computer / device. This complies with recent legislative requirements for websites to obtain consent from users before leaving behind or reading files such as cookies on a user’s computer / device.

We use the following cookies:

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These cookies are used to store information, such as what time your current visit occurred, whether you have been to the site before, and what site referred you to the web page.

These cookies will use your computer’s IP address to identify your city, but we will not collect any other personally identifiable information.

We also use cookies from the following organisations when you visit this website:

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If you would like to restrict the use of cookies you can control this in your Internet browser. Links to advice on how to do this for the most popular Internet browsers are provided below for convenience and will be available for the Internet browser of your choice either online or via the software help menu.

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