What are Cookies?
A cookie is a small script placed on the hard drive of your computer by the server of a website that you visit. The cookie is placed there for the purpose of recognising your specific browser / computer combination were you to return to the same site. All cookies have an owner which tells you who the cookie belongs to. The owner is the domain specified in the cookie.
Fellowes Cookies Policy
To view product catalogues and register and review Fellowes product at Fellowes.com, you need to have cookies enabled. If you don’t wish to enable cookies, you’ll still be able to browse the site and use it for research purposes. Most web browsers have cookies enabled, but see “help” on your browser to turn them on should you need to.
Please note that cookies can’t harm your computer. We don’t store personally identifiable information such as credit card details in cookies we create, but we do use encrypted information gathered from them to help improve your experience of the site. For example, they help us to identify and resolve errors, or to determine relevant related products to show you when you’re browsing.
We’re giving you this information as part of our initiative to comply with recent legislation, and to make sure we’re honest and clear about your privacy when using our website.
To make full use of the features on Fellowes.com, your computer or mobile device will need to accept cookies, as we can only provide you with certain personalised features of this website by using them.
Our cookies don’t store sensitive information such as your name, address or payment details: they simply hold the “key” that, once you’re signed in, is associated with this information. However, if you’d prefer to restrict, block or delete cookies from Fellowes.com, or any other website, you can use your browser to do this. Each browser is different, so check the “Help” menu of your particular browser (or your mobile device manual) to learn how to change your cookie preferences.
Here’s a list of the main cookies we use, and what we use them for.
Third Party Cookies
If you go on to a web page that contains embedded content, for example from YouTube, you may be sent cookies from these websites. We don’t control the setting of these cookies, so we suggest you check the third-party websites for more information about their cookies and how to manage them.
Further information about cookies
If you’d like to learn more about cookies in general and how to manage them, visit aboutcookies.org (please note that we can’t be responsible for the content of external websites).