Below you will find all the information related to cookies used on the Billdr website.
Cookies, web beacons, and internet tags (collectively “Cookies”) will save you the inconvenience of repeatedly inputting data, facilitate the transfer of specific content and the navigation of our web pages, help us identify the parts of our Services that are particularly popular and to register preferences such as linguistic parameters. In short, it allows us to adapt the content of the Services to your needs.
Cookies are text files that retain visitors' information in order to reuse it whenever the user visits our Services. Cookies are registered on the hard drive of your computer and/or your mobile device.
You can also modify your choices and parameters at any time in the following way:
Please note that restricting certain cookies can affect the functionality of the site and the quality of our services.
Billdr uses different categories of Cookies, some being anonymous. You are free to manage any cookies that use personal data. The transmission of these cookies to our services is done via an encrypted connection.
These are indispensable to the operation of our Services. They include, for example, cookies that allow you to connect to secure spaces on our platform or book an appointment.
Billdr collects the “Username” to ascribe the navigation history of the User to that same user.
These cookies, being indispensable to our service, are automatically activated. You cannot remove or deactivate them.
Performance cookies collect data for statistical purposes related to how visitors use the Website. We use them to:
We currently use the following performance cookies:
Billdr uses different targeting and advertising cookies:
We use Facebook Login to allow you to log in to your Billdr account through your Facebook account. Facebook uses cookie-based authentication which allows Facebook to keep your identifying data (in encrypted form).
Alternately, it is possible to connect to Billdr manually via Facebook.
For this method, we use the function “Facebook Connect” as proposed by Facebook. When you click on the connect button, you will be redirected to Facebook, where you must input your username and Facebook password. In this case, we will not collect any of your personal data.
After this stage, Facebook will ask you which information (public profile, email address, and friend list) you agree to share by clicking on the corresponding “OK” button. We will create a user account with the transferred data, although we will not retain your list of friends.