Privacy policy

MULTIFLOTA seated at ul. Norwida 20, 80-209 Chwaszczyno,
Tax Id. No. (NIP): 583-135-58-95,

MULTIFLOTA Cookies Policy ("Cookies Policy")

The present Cookies Policy applies to cookies files and refers to websites (hereinafter: the "Service") operated by MULTIFLOTA seated at ul. Norwida 20, 80-209 Chwaszczyno, NIP 583-135-58-95 (hereinafter "MULTIFLOTA").

  1. The Service does not automatically gather any information, apart from information contained in cookies.
  2. Cookies (cookies files) are computer data, in particular text files which are stored at a terminal device used by the Service User and are intended to enable the use of the Service websites. Cookies typically contain the name of a website from which they originate, their storage time at a terminal device and the unique number.
  3. The Service Operator i.e. MULTIFLOTA is an entity authorised to place cookies at the terminal device used by the Service User and gain access to them.
  4. Cookies are used to:
    1. customise the contents of the Service websites to User's preferences and optimise their use; in particular, these files enable to recognise the Service User's device and appropriately display a webpage adjusted to his/her individual needs,
    2. create statistics aimed to understand how the websites are used by the Service Users, which enables to improve their structure and content,
    3. keep a User's Service session (upon logging in) so that the User does not need to re-enter the login and password on each subpage of the Service.
  5. The Service can be used in an uninterrupted manner only when the handling of cookies is activated.
  6. There are two basic types of cookies used in the Service:
    1. "session cookies" - they are temporary files which are stored at a terminal device used by the User until the software (the web browser) is closed,
    2. "persistent cookies" - they are stored at a terminal device used by the User for the time specified in the cookies parameters or until their removal by the User.
  7. The following types of cookies are used in the Service:
    1. "strictly necessary" cookies which enable to run operations made available in the Service, for example, authentication cookies are used for services which require authentication in the Service,
    2. cookies used to guarantee safety, e.g. used to detect frauds in the scope of authentication in the Service,
    3. "performance" cookies, which enable to collect information on how the Service and its websites are used,
    4. "targeting" cookies, which enable to provide Users with advertising contents tailored to their interests.
  8. In many cases, software used to browse the website (the browser) by default allows to store cookies at a terminal device used by the User. The Service Users can independently change cookies settings. In particular, these settings can be changed in such a manner to block the automatic handling of cookies in the browser settings or notify on their each-time placement at a terminal device used by the Service User. Detailed information about the features and methods of handling Cookies are available in the software / web browser settings.
  9. The Service Operator notifies that limitations on the use of cookies may affect some functionalities available at the Service Websites.
  10. For more information on cookies, refer to the website prepared by Związek Pracodawców Branży Internetowej IAB Polska [Interactive Advertising Bureau, IAB Poland]:
  11. Guidelines on how to block or limit cookies in some typical browsers are provided below:
    1. Google Chrome
      1. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
      2. Select "Settings".
      3. Click the "Show advanced settings" at the bottom of the page.
      4. In the "Privacy" section, click "Content settings".
      5. In the "Cookies" section, select the required settings for cookies.
      6. Link to the cookies management instruction:
    2. Mozilla Firefox
      1. The Mozilla Firefox default settings allow to store cookies. To change the settings:
        1. At the top of the browser window, select "Tools" and then "Options.".
        2. Select the "Privacy" panel.
        3. From the Firefox drop-down menu, set the option: Use custom settings for history.
        4. Check “Accept cookies from sites” to enable cookies and uncheck it to disable them.
        5. Choose how long cookies are allowed to be stored:
          1. Keep until: they expire - cookies will be removed when they reach their expiration date, which is set by the site which sent them.
          2. Keep until: Firefox is closed - cookies which are stored on a computer will be removed after the browser is closed.
          3. Store: ask every time - every time when the website attempts to send cookies, the browser will make a prompt with a request to take a decision on their storage.
      2. Link to the cookies management instruction:
    3. Microsoft Internet Explorer
      1. The Microsoft Internet Explorer default settings allow cookies to be stored, but they block files which may come from sites failing to use the privacy policy. In order to change the settings:
        1. In the browser window, click "Tools" button, and then click "Internet Options".
        2. Click the Privacy tab and - under Settings - move the slider to the highest position to block all cookies or to the lowest position to allow all cookies, and then click OK.
        3. To enter special settings for a particular service, click the "Sites" and choose personalised settings for individual sites.
      2. Link to the cookies management instruction:
    4. Safari
      1. Go through the menu: Safari > Preferences, click Privacy. In case of changing the way of accepting cookies and other website data: Choose one of the options next to Cookies and other website data:
        1. Always block: Safari does not let any websites, third parties or advertisers store cookies and other data on your Mac. This may prevent some websites from working properly.
        2. Allow from current website only: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from the website you are currently visiting.
        3. Websites happen to have embedded contents from other sources. Safari does not allow these third parties to store or access cookies or other data.
        4. Allow from websites you visit: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from websites you visit. Safari uses the existing cookies to determine whether a given website has been visited before. Selecting this option helps to prevent websites which have embedded content in other websites you browse from storing cookies and data on your Mac.
        5. Always allow: Safari lets all websites, third parties, and advertisers store cookies and other data on your Mac.
  12. In case of any inquiries regarding the cookies policy, please contact us at
  13. Any changes to the provisions of the policy will be notified by amending the following text.

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