do not appear to have Cookies enabled on your browser. For more
information on Cookies, and what you should do to be able to order online
from this website, please consult the information below.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of data stored on a computer by a website to be read again later by the same website. They can be used to store preferences and settings for individual visitors, keep usernames and passwords handy for a user, or to temporarily store data while browsing a site.
They can also be used to keep track of a web surfer`s movements around the internet, or to target advertising and marketing materials at surfers. As such, security conscious web surfers often use features available in their web browser to limit or prevent the setting of cookies.
- Cookies can only be read by the web domain that sets them. This means that there is no way any computer except for the GTP iCommerce server can ever read the cookies set by GTP iCommerce. No other website or computer on the internet can ever gain access to data stored in GTP cookies.
- Cookies can only store information you supply. Cookies cannot "read" any information off your computer. They are set by a computer elsewhere on the internet using information you choose to supply to that computer. For instance, a cookie cannot find out your email address or credit card number unless you specifically send that information to the computer in question. Enabling cookies will not give any person or computer access to any information stored on your computer unless you choose to supply it.
It is the stated policy of GTP iCommerce Pty. Ltd.
that personaly identifiable details such as names,
addresses or credit card numbers are never
put into cookies.
- GTP iCommerce uses only session cookies. There are two types of cookies, persistent and session (temporary) cookies. Persistent cookies remain on a computer until a pre-set date. Session cookies are erased as soon as the browser is closed, or the computer shut down.
GTP iCommerce uses only session cookies. This means that at any time you can close your web browser or shut down your computer to permenantly erase all cookies set by GTP.
Why does GTP iCommerce need cookies enabled?
What about "Third Party" Cookies?
Third Party Cookies are cookies that are set by a website other than the one you're currently visiting. They are often used by advertisers and for site-tracking purposes, and hence the latest versions of the major web browsers allow for them to be disabled separately from "First Party" cookies (cookies set by the web site you're visiting).
How can I enable cookies?
This depends on the web browser you're using:
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6: Select "Internet Options" from the "Tools" menu. Click on the "Privacy" tab. Click on the "Advanced" button to open the cookie window. Check the "Override Automatic Cookie Handling" checkbox. Set the "First Party Cookies" and "Third Party Cookies" radio buttons to "Enable". Click OK to close the cookie window. Click OK to close the Internet Options window.
If you use a different browser, please consult your help files.
Netscape 6.1/6.2: Select "Preferences" from the "Edit" menu to open the Preferences window. Click the arrow next to "Privacy and Security" to open the sub-menu. Click "Cookies" on the sub menu. Set the radio buttons to "Enable Cookies for the originating website only". Click "OK" to close the Preferences menu.
Netscape 4.7: Select "Preferences" from the "Edit" menu to open the Preferences window. Click on "Advanced" in the side menu. Set the radio buttons to "Accept only cookies that get sent back to the originating server". Click "OK" to close the Preferences menu.
How can I use GTP powered sites but avoid cookies from other Websites?
The simplest way to do this is to visit a GTP iCommerce powered site, turn on cookies, complete your order and any other activities, then turn cookies off again when your order has been sent. This will allow you to use GTP powered sites trouble free, but prevent any other sites you visit before or afterwards from setting cookies.
Netscape 6 and Internet Explorer 6 also have facilities to automatically select which websites can and cannot set cookies on your computer. If you use a lot of GTP powered sites you may want to consider using these facilities to automatically accept GTP cookies.
These browsers are also capable of informing you whenever a cookie is about to be set. When using the procedures explained above to enable cookies, in Explorer 6 set the radio buttons to "Prompt" rather than "Enable". In Netscape tick the "Warn me before storing a Cookie" box. From then on you will be prompted to accept or block cookies individually. This allows you to check where they're coming from and what data they are storing for an added level of security.
How can I get more information?
We know that your security and privacy are important to you, and welcome enquiries regarding our systems and policies. To request more information or ask any questions, please email us at email@example.com or phone us on 1300 856 533 (within Australia). International callers can phone on +61 8 6389 0758, although normal international rates will apply.
We look forward to doing business
with you, and hope you enjoy your
online shopping experience
with GTP iCommerce
you still encounter problems, please email
Support - firstname.lastname@example.org)