Cookie Policy

Cookies: What is a cookie?

‘Cookies’ are small text files that are stored by the browser on your computer or mobile phone. Websites are able to read and write these files, allowing them to store things like personalisation details or user preferences.

CreditBuzzer uses ‘cookies’ to ascertain how people navigate and use the website. This information is subsequently used to make the website more user-friendly and improve the site for our users. They also allow us to identify unusual behaviour of fraudulent activity on our site.

Cookies are also used to store your preferences, for example if you have consented to our use of cookies.

CreditBuzzer also works with third parties to help us and our advertisers understand your use of the site and to track sales. As part of that process they may set a cookie on your computer to enable them to provide this service.

3rd Party cookies

Site Analysis


We use Google Analytics to measure the behavior of users on the website, this statistical information is stored on the users computer using a cookie so we can evaluate your use of the website.

For more information or to opt out of this the Google privacy policy click here.

Advertising Cookies

The majority of advertisers work with third-party tracking solutions to track sales and record the sources of traffic. Those providers will often drop a cookie on your computer when you click through a link from our site to a product providers site. No information which identifies you, for example your name, address, email address or telephone number, is used to provide this advertising. These cookies do not collect personal data about you nor are they linked to any identifiable information about you.

Each advertiser may use a different product provider and those product providers will also drop cookies when you click on links within other websites, so it is not always easy to identify the source of the cookie.

How do I turn cookies off?

If you would not like for this information to be recorded in this way you can choose to disable cookies through your internet browser. To do this, click here and following the step by step guide.

If you are concerned about the use of cookies generated by advertisers and how these are used you can find out more information from the consumer website created by the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB). Click here for more information.