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Cookie Policy at LetterBoxer

Do we Use Cookies

Visiting Shadowdog’s websites along with your browser ready to accept cookies lets us know that you just consent to our use of cookies and similar technologies. Instructions to disable cookies are provided within the help feature of your browser.
Help for the foremost common browsers is provided here:

Internet Explorer

Without cookies enabled you’ll be ready to browse Shadowdog, but unfortunately, you’ll not be able to complete the purchase of a product.

No personal information – like name, address or Mastercard – is stored on Shadowdog through the utilization of cookies, but we do use encrypted information gathered from them to boost your browsing experience whilst using the positioning.


Cookies are used on scores of websites on an everyday. they cannot harm your computer. Moreover, they’re little text files that are automatically stored on your computer after you visit certain sites – including letterboxer.co.uk.

There is an entire raft of internet sites which tell you about cookies. Here’s one in all the simpler to understand: https://www.aboutcookies.org.

At LetterBoxer we use cookies to stay track of what you’ve got added to your basket and to recollect this once you return to the location if you haven’t completed your purchase.
The majority of web browsers have cookies enabled, but you’ll turn them off do you have to wish to.

Cookie Tracking in Emails

We use technology in emails to assist us understand how users interact with the marketing emails we send.


The technology is comparable to cookies, but there are slight differences. Here is a few information on what happens in emails and therefore the choices you have got in terms of accepting or rejecting them.


Our marketing emails contain hyperlinks which have unique tags in them – this helps us see who has clicked the content, and who hasn’t, which enables us to tailor future content, offers and promotions to you. It implies that we do not still send marketing emails that don’t seem to be relevant, to people who aren’t opening them.

Marketing emails contain a single-pixel image, which is invisible to you. If your browser or email client is about to automatically download images then this image are going to be loaded automatically – this is often sometimes called a tracking pixel.


When the image is loaded, it tells us that have opened an email, what percentage times you have got opened it, your IP address, which email client and which device you’re using. the aim of the image is to produce us with information on which email campaigns are opened by who and to assist us format the e-mail for the device you’re reading on. this is often a standard practise in email marketing and is employed by thousands of brands everywhere the planet.


If you are doing not wish to just accept tracking from any of our emails, close the e-mail before the browser or email client has downloaded images. you’ll also set your browser to limit cookies or to reject them entirely, please check with your email browser or device instructions for more information on this.
Alternatively, you’ll choose of receiving emails from us using the unsubscribe link included in every email we send, or contact us for us to manually remove you from our listing.

Advertising Cookies

LetterBoxer also uses 3rd party vendor re-marketing (advertising) tracking cookies, including the Google AdWords tracking cookie. this suggests we’ll still show ads to you across the net, specifically on the Google Content Network (GCN). As always, we respect your privacy and every one data is collected anonymously.


The third-party vendors, including Google, whose services we use will place cookies on web browsers so as to serve ads supported past visits to our website.
Third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve ads supported a user’s prior visits to your website. this permits us to form special offers and still market our services to people who have shown interest in our service.


You can control the ads that are delivered to you supported your Google Account, across devices, by editing your settings on Google’s dashboard

What types of cookies are used?

There are two types of cookies, namely: persistent cookies and session cookies.
Persistent cookies remain on your hard drive for time specified in cookies files parameters or till the moment of removing them by a user manually. Session cookies, on the other hand, are used temporarily and they expire once a website or a browser is closed.

Do cookies include personal data?

If there is a need of collecting personal information, it is required by data protection laws to inform users about collection of personal data.
In remaining cases, personal data is decoded in a way it is inaccessible for unauthorized persons.