Cookies and personal information

Read more below about the website's use of cookies.


Our site uses cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer. A cookie can be either a session cookie or a cookie that is stored for a long time. A session cookie disappears when the browser closes while a storage cookie is saved. It is saved so that you as a visitor can use our site as we have thought. For example, language choices or other preferences may be saved to facilitate you at the next visit.

We use cookies only to provide you with a better service and experience. However, the information collected through cookies does not contain any personal information but is used to determine visitors’ patterns regarding the use of our web services. As for behavior on our site, IP addresses are not stored in our databases. As a visitor, information about you can never be linked with your identity. We also use third party cookies from other companies, for example, to calculate and report user numbers and traffic.

Via your browser you can both delete cookie and turn off the ability for us to store cookies on your computer. However, if you choose to do this, a number of features on our site may stop working properly. Most browsers are set to allow cookies to be stored. Information about how to do not allow cookies can be found through your browser’s help function.

On the site, content and sharing tools can be embedded from social networks such as Facebook. These suppliers may, in turn, use cookies on our website. We do not have access to, and can not control, these cookies or the personal data and information that may be collected. For additional information about how they handle cookies, what information they collect and how to delete and block them, please contact these suppliers directly.

Personal information

he personal information we process is the ones you choose to hand to us, for example, if you send us an email or sign up for a newsletter or the like. These data will be used to best handle and respond to your request. Information submitted in conjunction with any newsletters is used for handling mail as well as for marketing purposes.

The personal information we handle may be disclosed to our partners in this way and to the extent necessary to fulfill our commitments to you in the form of, for example, newsletters.

As a registered person, you are entitled to receive information about what information we have saved about you, as well as to get incorrect information corrected or request to be deleted.

The personal data controller is Spark Trade. For questions regarding handling of personal information, please contact