Cookie Policy

The purpose of this Cookie Policy is to explain what cookies are, why they are important, and how we use them at Immediate Edge.

For more information about your privacy, please see our Privacy Policy.

Immediate Edge reserves the right to make changes to this policy at any time and, in some instances, without prior notice to users. All changes take immediate effect after being published, and it is the users’ responsibility to stay updated with the latest version of this policy.

Your continued use of Immediate Edge constitutes your consent to the terms outlined in this Cookie Policy.

What Is a Cookie?

A cookie is a small piece of data that is sent by web servers to web browsers and is stored on users’ devices. Cookies gather information about the way users interact with Immediate Edge and other websites. Through cookie usage, websites can “remember” information that’s related to each user’s preferences and actions.

Why Do We Use Cookies?

Immediate Edge uses cookies to learn how users interact with our website and improve the user experience throughout the entirety of the site. With cookies, we can identify aspects of our website and features that are not performing well and make adjustments where necessary.

Additionally, cookies allow us to remember the preferences of our users, which can be used to further enhance and personalise their experience when using the Immediate Edge website.

What Types of Cookies Do We Use?

Throughout your use of the Immediate Edge website, you will encounter three main types of cookies. They are as follows:

Essential Cookies

Essential cookies, as the name implies, are essential to the operation and function of Immediate Edge and other websites. For instance, session cookies are a type of essential cookies that enable users to remain logged in as they navigate a website. Without these cookies, various features and functionalities will be inaccessible.

Google Analytics Cookies

Google Analytics cookies provide us with valuable feedback concerning the performance of our website. With this information, we can determine which areas of our website need improvements and act accordingly. Additionally, these cookies give us more insight into our user base’s demographics without personally identifying individual users.

Third-party Cookies

When using Immediate Edge, you may also be sent third-party cookies. These cookies belong to third-party websites such as financial brokers, educational resources, and products that we believe may benefit our users. The inclusion of third-party cookies further enables us to customise each user’s experience throughout our website.

How To Refuse or Withdraw Consent to the Use of Cookies

You can refuse or withdraw your consent to cookie usage at any time. One way is to decline the use of cookies through the pop-up window that appears when you access the Immediate Edge website for the first time. Alternatively, you can navigate to your browser settings and manage your cookie preferences or opt out of their usage completely. Previously collected cookies can also be deleted through browser settings.

Please note that declining cookies can cause certain features on this website to work incorrectly or become inaccessible.

Questions and Feedback

If you have any questions, feedback, or other inquiries regarding this Cookie Policy, please contact us through our contact form or by email. More information on how to get in touch with us can be found on our Contact page.