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What is a cookie?
A cookies is a small file of letters and numbers which often includes an anonymised, unique identifier. This means that it can be used to identify you without revealing your personal information. When you visit a website, it asks permission to store a cookie in the cookies section of your hard drive.
Cookies are widely used on the internet to make websites work, to make them work more efficiently, or to provide information about your usage of the site to the site owner or other third parties. For example, if you add items to a shopping basket, a cookie allows the website to remember what items you’re buying, or if you log in to a website, a cookie may recognise you later on so that you don’t have to put in your password again.
Different types of cookies
Some cookies, known as “session cookies”, are stored only for the duration of your visit to a particular website. “Persistent cookies” but others can be stored in the cookie file of your browser for longer periods of time – sometimes until you clear your browser’s cache manually, depending on the lifetime of the specific cookie.
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The market is filled with ‘no hidden fees’ and ‘no commission’ statements but the reality is that there is no such thing. We will find you the lowest cost for your exchange, tell you exactly what you’re being charged and lock it in for 30 days. So what’s the difference? Simply put, the spread is a difference between the buying and selling price. What we do is find the broker who has the smallest margin on the spread for you.