Updated June 2019
When you visit our website, your browser will download information capsules (“cookies”). Cookies are small pieces of data stored on a site visitor's browser. They are typically used to keep track of the settings users have selected and actions they have taken on a site and to ensure the optimal functioning of the website. Below, you will find a summary of the cookies used on our website.
Cookies on this website
To provide a great experience for your visitors and customers.
To monitor and analyze the performance, operation and effectiveness of Wix's platform.
To ensure our platform is secure and safe to use.
Cookies can be classified according to their type, duration and category.
First-party cookies: Cookies that Wix places on your site.
Third-party cookies: Cookies that are placed and used by third parties. By deafult, Wix does not place this kind of cookies on Wix sites.
Session (transient) cookies: These cookies are erased when site visitors close their browsers and are not used to collect information from their computers. They typically store information in the form of a session identification that does not personally identify the user.
Persistent (permanent or stored) cookies: These cookies are stored on a site visitor's hard drive until they expire (at a set expiration date) or until they are deleted. These cookies are used to collect identifying information about the user, such as web surfing behavior or user preferences for a specific site.
Strictly necessary cookies: These are the cookies that let your visitors browse through your site. They are also necessary for security reasons.
Functional cookies: These cookies "remember" registered visitors/customers in order to improve their user experience.
Personal data collection
We do not gather or store any personal data via our website reelwell.com
We receive data indirectly from Google Analytics.
Statistics and logs
When you browse our website, information is stored in statistical and log files via google anlytics. The system stores the user agent, IP address and what page a visitor has viewed in a raw data table. This information is then used to generate statistics on the number of page views per object (menu item, article, file), per host and per search term. All data in the raw data table are deleted after two days, and the remaining statistics then contain only summary data that cannot be used to identify individual users. We also store the user agent, IP address and what page a visitor has viewed in the web server’s logs. These logs are used exclusively for troubleshooting and security purposes, and no data are taken from these logs or otherwise used. The data is stored on google analytics and only the administrators of the website (marketing), has access to this.