Privacy and security McGregor Shoes
We recognize that you place your trust in us. We see it as our responsibility to protect your privacy. On this page, we tell you what information we collect when you use our website, why we collect it and how we use it to improve your user experience. This way you will understand exactly how we work.
You are not required to accept cookies to visit our website. However, we would like to point out that the use of the function "shopping basket" and ordering products is only possible when cookies are accepted.
When you visit our website, you automatically leave certain data. What information we receive from you and store depends on how you use the McGregor Shoes website.
Information we receive via cookies
Since 5 June 2012, the Telecom Act/Cookie Act has been in force. Every website is now legally obliged to inform the user about 'cookies' and ask permission to use them.
Cookies are small text files containing data that are stored on your computer's hard drive via your browser when you visit a website and that exchange certain settings and data with the system of the website in question. The storage of settings and data enables websites to tailor their offers to your requirements and makes them easier for you to use, e.g. by storing certain data so that you do not have to enter them again each time you visit.
Types of Cookies
Temporary and permanent cookies:
– Temporary cookies are deleted when your browser is closed. These cookies only apply to the current session and are therefore also called session cookies.
– Permanent cookies remain on your computer even after your browser is closed.
Permanent cookies include:
– Functional or technical cookies: these save, for example, your login details or what you put in your shopping basket when you make purchases online.
– Non-functional cookies: these register your visiting behavior.
Distinction between non-functional cookies:
– Direct (first-party) cookies. These are placed by the website you visit. For example: you surf to the website of a company and that company places a cookie to keep track of which products are viewed. On your next visit to that website, an offer can then be made on that basis.
– Indirect (third-party) cookies. These are used by advertisers on websites of other companies to make targeted offers based on surfing behavior.
– Google Analytics. Used to collect anonymous visitor data.
I. allow you to quickly click from one page to another and to keep track of what is in your shopping cart. (functional cookies)
II. store information you provided to us when you created your account, so you don't have to re-enter your information the next time you order. (functional cookies)
III. to examine the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns. (non-functional direct cookies)
IV. record the date and time you visit our website, get an overview of the total number of visitors to our website and the pages visited. This data provides us with information about the use of our website. The information is not used to know who you are, but only to analyze a visit to our site. (See below for Google Analytics).
V. to store the domain name and host of the computer you are on the Internet with, the IP address used, information about the software of the browser you use and the operating system (non-functional direct cookies)
Google Ads Remarketing
We use retargeting technologies for our website.