Cookie Policy

What Cookies Are

Cookies are files, which are stored on your devices with Access to the internet. Any time you use your web browser they store some information concerning your activity on the worldwide network.

Cookies allow us to further improve our web-site depending on your requirements. They help enhance the quality of your experience, for example, let you stay in the system for as long as you may need or make the navigation more intuitive.

It’s entirely up to you how to deal with cookies. You can just delete them when you don’t want us to conduct any operations with them. But, if you disable cookies, our site might not work correctly on your PC.

What are the types of cookies used?

We work with session and persistent cookies. Session ones are stored only while your browser is active. They track your earlier web site activities, for example, if a customer ordered something on the website or not. The second type can also be called permanent because these cookies are stored irrespective of whether your web browser is open or not.

Why we need these files

The order form on our site cannot function correctly without cookies. So, when you have those disabled, you won’t have the ability to get our services. Additionally we use them to:

  • see that ordering is in progress
  • remember that you’re logged in
  • assess the use of our plagiarism checking software by the clients
  • provide support for every client via our live chat
  • monitor user’s activity through Google Analytics

How to Manage Cookies

Cookies deletion is generally the cause of improper performance of the site, which can spoil your browsing experience. If you really choose to turn them off, you can do it through browser settings. You need to look for the help section in your browser menu which can provide you with all the procedures you have to do.

About third parties

We use cookies in the course of order placing when the client needs to pay for our services. We offer complete privacy of your personal info and don’t share this data with any third parties that have nothing to do with our work