PSI-Pay Cookie Policy

This document was last updated on January 13, 2018.

This Cookie Policy may be made available in several languages; all versions are legally binding but in the event of inconsistency between English version and a translated version English version prevails.

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Please click the links below if You wish to go directly to a particular section of this Cookie Policy. The headings are for reference only and do not affect construction and interpretation.

  1. About PSI-Pay
  2. Introduction
  3. What are cookies?
  4. Use of cookies on Our Website
  5. Third party cookies
  6. Contacting Us

1. About PSI-Pay


1.1. PSI-Pay is a brand name for PSI-Pay Ltd., a company incorporated under the laws of England and Wales with registration number 05899168 and with registered office at Afon Building, Worthing Road, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1TL, United Kingdom. PSI-Pay LTD is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) of the United Kingdom to issue electronic money and also to provide payment services. The registration number issued by the FCA to PSI-Pay is 900011.

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2. Introduction


2.1. This Cookie Policy describes how and when We use cookies on the Website. Check the Terms of Use for the Business Entity Account or Terms of Use for the User Account ( ‘Terms of Use’, as applicable) for the meaning of capitalized terms.

2.2. Please read this Cookie Policy carefully to find out how We use cookies and what benefits they bring.

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3. What are cookies?


3.1. A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is sent to and stored on the Internet browser that You use on Your computer or Mobile Device ( ‘device’) whenever You access a website. Each website that You visit can store its own cookies to Your Internet browser if Your Internet browser allows it. There are different types of cookies. ‘Permanent cookies’ are used to store a file for an extended period on Your device. They are used, for example, to tell You about what is new on a website since Your last visit. ‘Session cookies’ are stored temporarily in Your device while You are visiting a website. They expire when You close Your Internet browser. Session cookies are used, for example, to remember what language You selected or Your login details so that You need not re-enter them multiple times when visiting the website.

3.2. More general information about cookies can be found on http://www.aboutcookies.org.

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4. Use of cookies on Our Website


4.1. We use cookies to give You the best possible experience on Our Website. We use cookies for a variety of reasons. For example, We use cookies to distinguish You from other Users and Business Entities that use ecoPayz Services or from other visitors to the Website. Cookies record information about Your online preferences and allow Us to improve Your experience by tailoring the Website in line with Your settings and interests. Cookies also help Us to recognise when You are logged in to Your ecoAccount profile and allow Us to verify You and carry out some of Your identity and security validation and verification checks that We perform. We use cookies to help improve ecoPayz Services.

4.2. You can control Our use of cookies. Any Internet browser visiting Our Website will receive cookies from Us. Most Internet browsers allow You to turn off cookies by changing Your Internet browser settings at any time. Further information on how to change or turn off Your cookies settings is available from the help menu on Your Internet browser. However, it is important to note that if You change Your Internet browser settings and turn off certain cookies, You will not be able to use Our Website in the way We intended and You will not be able to take full advantage of some features of ecoPayz Services.

4.3. Your consent. When You visit the Website, We ask for Your consent to use cookies. If You continue to use Our Website without changing Your Internet browser settings, We will assume that You give Your consent to Our use of cookies.

4.4. Types of cookies that We use:

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5. Third party cookies


5.1. Websites belonging to or operated by third parties may contain links to Our Website with or without Our consent. Please note that third parties may also use cookies. These cookies are not related to Us and We have no control over them. You may be presented with these third party cookies and they might track Your use of Our Website. We are not responsible in any way for the operation of third party cookies. You should check the relevant party’s website for more information.

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6. Contacting Us


6.1. If you have any questions, please contact Our Customer Support Service. You can contact the Customer Support Service via:



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