Cookie policy

When you visit the cambio website and have accepted cookies in your browser settings, this tells us that you want to use the services offered by cambio.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are saved on your computer or other device when you visit a website. Cookies are sent back to the website they originated from with each future visit. Cookies offer the advantage that we can make your visit to our website easier. With the help of cookies, we can discern activity on the website and evaluate the use of the site. Over the long term, this leads to an improvement of our online service and to a user friendlier website.

Cookies and how they are used by cambio

When you use the cambio website, you agree to the use and saving of cookies. Most browsers save cookies automatically. Of course you can also use the website without accepting cookies.
cambio does not analyse any of your activity on our website if you:
- do not allow cookies
- have activated the do-not-track option in your browser
- have activated the opt-out function ("Manage Cookies")

How to deactivate the acceptance of cookies or to activate the do-not-track function is different from Internet browser to Internet browser.
Instructions can generally be found in the help section of your Internet browser.

Internet advertising

cambio presents advertising on different websites, including mainly AdWords and web banners. We cannot influence how and how extensively the operators of these sites use cookies. Visits to the cambio website achieved via cambio advertising activities will not be connected with your identity. At no time do we share your activity on our website with advertisers.

Advertising agencies or service providers contracted by cambio can nonetheless assume that users who click on particular advertising content belong to the target group of those advertisers. It is also possible that advertisers share data with cambio about those who arrive at the cambio website via Internet advertising. Through these cookies, we find out which of our ads and banners are seen and clicked on. We use this information to optimise our Internet advertising.

Advertising agencies use various means to optimise their Internet advertising. Thus, for example, your IP address is transmitted. Cookies can also be used by advertising agencies to, for example, show advertising text matching the users interest and test its effectiveness. cambio has neither access to nor influence over these cookies and other functions. Advertising agencies and third-party providers receive no information from us. Their activities are nonetheless not covered by our data protection statement.

You can find out more about how we deal with your data in our data protection statement.