Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy/Notice

We believe in being trans­par­ent about how we collect and use data. This policy provides infor­ma­tion about how and when we use cookies for these purposes. Capi­tal­ized terms used in this policy but not defined have the meaning set forth in our Privacy Policy, which also includes addi­tional details about the collec­tion and use of infor­ma­tion.

Cookie data. We may use “cookies” (a small text file sent by your computer each time you visit our site) or similar tech­nolo­gies to record log data. They are unique to your account or your browser. Session-based cookies last only while your browser is open and are auto­mat­i­cally deleted when you close your browser. Persis­tent cookies last until you or your browser delete them or until they expire.  Many browsers default to accept­ing cookies.  You may be able to change this setting in your browser and you can also clear your cookies.  If you do, you may lose some func­tion­al­ity of our site.  Check your browser’s help func­tion to learn more about your cookie setting options.

To find out more about cookies, visit this site or


Like many websites, we and our third-party service providers, such as adver­tis­ing and analyt­ics providers, use cookies, web beacons and other data tech­nolo­gies to receive and store certain types of infor­ma­tion when you inter­act with us through your computer or mobile device.  Using these tech­nolo­gies helps us recog­nize you, customize your expe­ri­ence and make rele­vant market­ing messages.  Here are some of the types of infor­ma­tion we collect and the types of Cookies we use to do it:

  • Strictly Neces­sary Cookies:  These are cookies without which you would not be able to use this Site. For example, Strictly Neces­sary Cookies adjust the Site data trans­mit­ted to match your Inter­net connec­tion, get you to the secure versions of the Site, and help provide services you specif­i­cally request.  If you set your browser to block these cookies, some parts of the Site will not work. Strictly Neces­sary Cookies do not store any Personal Infor­ma­tion.
  • Perfor­mance Cookies: We use these cookies to count visits and traffic sources, to measure and improve Site perfor­mance. They help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visi­tors move around the site.  Perfor­mance Cookies do not store any Personal Infor­ma­tion. This log data may include your web address you came from or are going to, your device model, oper­at­ing system, browser type, unique device iden­ti­fier, IP address, mobile network carrier, and time zone or loca­tion. Our third-party service providers may provide us infor­ma­tion that tells us how our market­ing ads, often placed on third party sites, performed and who clicked on them. This infor­ma­tion does not iden­tify any specific indi­vid­ual and is gener­ally non-iden­ti­fy­ing.  If we were to asso­ciate it with you we would treat it as personal data. 
  • Func­tional cookies: These cookies allow the Site to remem­ber choices you make and provide enhanced func­tion­al­ity and more person­al­ized features. Depend­ing on context, Func­tional Cookies may store certain types of Personal Infor­ma­tion as needed to provide func­tion­al­ity.
  • Target­ing Cookies: Target­ing cookies help us manage and display our adver­tise­ments, based on your activ­ity on the Site and other sites; this is known as inter­est-based adver­tis­ing. Target­ing cookies mainly rely on uniquely iden­ti­fy­ing your browser and inter­net device. To better serve users’ pref­er­ences, we have part­nered with the Digital Adver­tis­ing Alliance (, by visit­ing their website you can learn more about their members who deliver tailored online ads and your choices to opt-out of receiv­ing them. Opting out of inter­est-based adver­tis­ing does not mean you will no longer see adver­tis­ing online, but it does mean that the compa­nies from which you opt out will no longer show ads that have been tailored to your inter­ests.   We work with Google AdSense & DoubleClick Cookie Google, as a third-party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on our site. Google’s use of the DoubleClick cookie enables it and its part­ners to serve ads to our users based on their visit to our Service or other websites on the Inter­net. You may opt out of the use of the DoubleClick Cookie for inter­est-based adver­tis­ing by visit­ing the Google Ads Settings web page:

We specif­i­cally use third party services, Google Analyt­ics, Pardot, Adobe Audi­ence Manager, and Adobe Analyt­ics, to collect stan­dard inter­net log infor­ma­tion, details of visitor behav­ior patterns, and, in some cases, to more effec­tively market our prod­ucts and services through other media plat­forms and channel. We do this to find out things such as the number of visi­tors to the various parts of the site. If you would like to opt-out of these 3rd party services, please follow these links :

Don’t Want Cookies?

Most web browsers let you choose whether to accept cookies.  Most also let you delete cookies already set.  The choices avail­able, and the mech­a­nism used, will vary from browser to browser.  Such browser settings are typi­cally found in the “options”, “tools” or “pref­er­ences” menu. You may also consult the browser’s “help” menu. For example: 


There are online tools avail­able for clear­ing all cookies left behind by the websites you have visited, such as  Usually, dele­tion of cookies will anonymize the infor­ma­tion asso­ci­ated with the pixel and a website will not receive any further asso­ci­ated infor­ma­tion.

Many browsers default to accept­ing cookies.  You may be able to change this setting in your browser and you can also clear your cookies.  If you do, you may lose some func­tion­al­ity of our site.  Check your browser’s help func­tion to learn more about your cookie setting options.

If you have any ques­tions about cookies you can go to or to gener­ally find out more about cookies, visit this site.

You may opt-out of third-party cookies from Google Analyt­ics on its website.

You can opt out of inter­est-based target­ing provided by partic­i­pat­ing ad servers through the Digital Adver­tis­ing Alliance (, the Digital Adver­tis­ing Alliance of Canada in Canada or the Euro­pean Inter­ac­tive Digital Adver­tis­ing Alliance in Europe   In addi­tion, on your iPhone, iPad or Android, you can change your device settings to control whether you see online inter­est-based ads.  You can also opt out of the Digital Adver­tis­ing Alliance using your mobile device settings.

If you live in Cali­for­nia, you have the right to opt out of the disclo­sure of personal infor­ma­tion about you for mone­tary or other valu­able consid­er­a­tion.  To Opt-Out, click [Do Not Sell My Personal Infor­ma­tion] or call [insert 1800#].

If you limit the ability of websites and appli­ca­tions to set cookies, you may worsen your overall user expe­ri­ence and/or lose the ability to access the services, since it will no longer be person­al­ized to you. It may also stop you from saving customized settings, like login infor­ma­tion.

Do Not Track Signals?

Our Sites and Services do not collect personal infor­ma­tion about your online activ­i­ties over time and across third-party websites or online services. There­fore, “do not track” signals trans­mit­ted from web browsers do not apply to our Sites or Services, and we do not alter any of our data collec­tion and use prac­tices upon receipt of such a signal.

Have Ques­tions?

We are happy to provide any addi­tional infor­ma­tion or expla­na­tion needed. Any requests for this should be sent to: or call 1−866−708−1516.

If you would prefer to write to us then our contact address is:

In the US:

271 17th Street NW
Suite, 1700
Atlanta, GA 30363

In the UK/EU:

7 Pancras Square,
London, N1C 4AG, United Kingdom