Cookie Notice

Vintage Vault Cookie Notice

Welcome to Vintage Vault! This Cookie Notice explains the use of cookies and similar tracking technologies on our websites, applications, and connected devices. Please read this alongside our Privacy Policy for a comprehensive understanding.

What Are Cookies and How Are They Used?

Cookies are small text files and tracking technologies placed on your device when using our Services. They include HTTP cookies, HTML5 and Flash local storage, web beacons, embedded scripts, ETags/cache browsers, and software development kits.

First-party Cookies: These enable Service functionality and assist in analytics.

Third-party Cookies: Placed by affiliates for features, functionalities, and advertising.

Types of Cookies

  1. Strictly Necessary Cookies: Essential for system administration, security, and fraud prevention.
  2. Information Storage and Access Cookies: Allow storage and access to device information.
  3. Measurement and Analytics Cookies: Collect data on Service usage, performance, and user experience.
  4. Personalization Cookies: Enable features like determining first-time visitors, capping message frequency, and remembering choices.
  5. Content Selection and Delivery Cookies: Used for personalized content delivery.
  6. Ad Selection and Delivery Cookies: Collect data for interest-based advertising content.
  7. Social Media Cookies: Set by social media platforms for content sharing.

These Cookies may be associated with other information we have about you.

Cookie Management

Adjust your preferences via the “Cookie Settings” link in the footer or follow the browser-specific instructions below:

  • Google Chrome
  • Apple Safari
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer

Disable cookies carefully, as it may impact Service functionality. Opt-out tools may need reactivation after browser/device changes. After opting out, ads may be less relevant.

Mobile Settings

Manage interest-based advertising in mobile apps via device settings.

Connected Devices

Review settings on devices like smart TVs to disable content recognition or ad tracking.

Cross-Device Tracking

Opt-out via methods above for browser-based cross-device tracking.

Consequences of Deactivation: Disabling cookies may affect Service functionality, but information may still be collected for research, analytics, or internal operations.

Changes to This Notice

This Notice may be revised periodically. Please check regularly for updates on our and our partners’ cookie usage.