Cookie and Meta Pixel Policy
This website and its associated services are owned and operated by B2C Response, LLC ("B2C Response"). B2C Response is pleased to offer its products, services, and related information through this platform.
Please note – This is a legal agreement between you, the user (referenced herein as "you," "user," " or "your") and B2C Response. This agreement applies each time you access or use any website provided by B2C Response and each time you purchase a B2C Response product. We recommend that you carefully read the terms and conditions contained in this “Cookie and Meta Pixel Policy” and the "Terms and Conditions" agreement ("Agreement"), as it governs your access to, and use of, the services, software functionality, and/or materials provided by B2C Response on or through this website ("Site").
All purchases of products distributed or marketed by B2C Response, whether purchased on the Site or elsewhere, shall be subject to this Agreement.
We use the following types of cookies on our Site:
1.1 Strictly necessary cookies: These cookies enable functionalities such as remembering what is in your shopping cart and how far you are through an order.
1.2 Functional cookies: These cookies remember your login details, ensure secure login, ensure consistent appearance of the website, and offer live chat support.
1.3 Performance cookies: These enhance the performance and user experience of the website.
1.4 Targeting cookies: These allow you to share and like our content, send information to other websites to customize their advertisements, and help us market our own products.
2. Use of Meta Pixels
In addition to cookies, we use meta pixels (also known as pixel tags, web beacons, or clear GIFs) on our website. Meta pixels are tiny graphics with a unique identifier, similar in function to cookies, and are used to track the online movements of web users. Unlike cookies, which are stored on a user's computer hard drive, meta pixels are embedded invisibly on web pages or in emails. We may use meta pixels for various purposes, such as to measure the popularity of our pages, gather data about user interactions, or to refine our marketing strategies.
3. Controlling Cookies and Meta Pixels
If you want to delete any cookies or meta pixels already on your computer, please refer to your browser vendor’s instructions by clicking “Help” in your browser menu. You can also find out more about cookies, meta pixels, and how to delete and control them on www.aboutcookies.org or click “Help” in your browser menu.