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Any information you may provide, such as an email address may be used to fulfill your requests for information, products or services and or to update you on product announcements or other information you may wish to have. Further, Marketing Inlife does NOT store or hold any credit card information whatsoever on our server or website. Payment information is provided DIRECTLY to the designated Payment Processors for Marketing Inlife, namely Paypal. Information pertaining to how your information is collected and handled by Paypal can be obtained from www.paypal.com.
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A cookie is a small data file that can be written to your hard drive by a website when you visit it. It can contain certain information, but not personal information unless you supply it. If cookies are used, you may set your browser to notify you so that you may refuse them.
How do I enable cookies ?
To check, or to enable cookies in Internet Explorer, go to the top of the browser window where you will see Tools, - hit that and you will see a dropdown menu - select Internet Options, and in the Option box select the tab Privacy - in which you will see a slider bar which you need to drag down to the bottom - hit the Apply button at the bottom and you are done. That's it. By the way, cookies are quite harmless and are used to help you round a site, or - as in this case - to enable the shop software to recognise you and to pre-populate a form page to save you having to do it.
Some older Windows versions don't have a Privacy tab, in which case in the Option box select the tab Security, and from that window - towards the bottom you will see Custom Level. Open that and slide down until you come to cookies and select Enable - and OK.
The process in Netscape and Opera is very similar, so if you get the general gist of the IE method, you should be able to do these. If you are using FireFox as a browser, there is a known problem enabling cookies, I couldn't get them to work for ages, and then suddenly it seemed to work for no reason at all.
If your browser is cookie enabled, the next time you visit, the form page will be completed for you without having to enter anything. This will not occur if:
a) you are not cookie enabled
b) if you have cleared your cookie folder thinking that this is good house keeping
c) you have a virus or firewall protection screwed down so tightly that it is prohibiting cookies
d) you are using a different computer from the last time you visited
e) you have upgraded your windows version or re-formatted your hard disk.
If you are still having trouble with cookies, they won't work if you have re-formatted your hard drive, or changed computers since the last visit, as they are computer dependant. They won't work if you have invoked Disk clean-up' or whatever it is called, when doing some house-keeping and cleared them all out. You may have Norton or whatever virus checker or firewall you are using, configured to reject them. Last suggestion is that you may have run Ad-Aware or some other security programme, and not selected them for retention.