Cookie Policy




Metaranx uses cookies on (the “Site”). This Cookie Policy (“Policy”) explains what cookies are, why we use them, what types we use, and how you can change your cookie preferences.

This Policy is also subject to our Terms of Service and Conditions of Use and our Privacy Policy. This Policy uses the term “cookies” to describe cookies and other similar technology covered by the EU Directive on privacy in electronic communication.


A cookie is a small file sent to your computer from a Web server when you visit a website. When you come back to the website later, your browser sends the cookie to the server to remind the website of your earlier activity on the website.

Information about your actions on the website over time allows the server to speed up certain functions when you return to the website, such as logging in, recalling visited pages, and restoring preferences.

You can learn more about cookies at


We use cookies to collect information that will make it easier for you to use the Site.

For example, cookies can allow us to:

  • learn which features of the Site you are most interested in so we can optimize your experience with them;
  • help us detect suspicious activity and fix bugs so we can better ensure seamless and secure navigation on the Site;
  • recognize your user preferences and settings to provide a more tailored experience when you use the Site; and
  • assist with providing promotional and marketing efforts that are relevant to your interests on the Site.

We use first-party cookies and third-party cookies on the Site.

First-party cookies are issued from the Site, and help remember things like language and location preferences. These cookies make it easier for you to navigate and use the Site without having to re-input certain information and preferences each time you visit.

Third-party cookies belong to and are controlled by other parties – generally, Metaranx business partners or service providers. These cookies can simplify functions on the Site (like filling and submitting forms when making a purchase order), and may also be used for certain advertising on other websites. Specific information on policies relating to third-party cookies can be in the privacy and cookie policies of the third parties.

Cookies can be session cookies or persistent cookies.

Session cookies only operate when you visit the Site, and disappear from your computer if you close your browser or power off. These cookies help us identify your browser to process certain processes and transactions while you are using the Site.

Persistent cookies stay on your computer after you close your browser or power off, and generally make it easier to log in and use the Site by remembering your preferences and settings.


Some cookies we use are needed in order for the Site to operate, and as a result, users cannot change their preferences over these cookies.  

Other cookies are not essential, but optimize the performance of the Site, facilitate certain functions, or track information for targeted advertising purposes. Users can decide not to allow these cookies, though certain functionalities and experiences on the Site may be limited by as a result.

You can learn more about the cookies we use in the table below, and can opt-out of non-essential cookies or learn more about the policies that govern them by clicking the cookie’s corresponding link.  

You can also visit the Digital Advertising Alliance’s website to opt out of advertising cookies used by certain parties. Please note that we do not alter our Site’s data collection and use practices when we see a Do Not Track signal from your browser.

First-Party Cookies

First-party cookies can generally be managed by enabling, disabling, or deleting the cookies through your browser settings.

To manage these or learn more about your browser’s cookie settings, we encourage you to review your browser’s cookie management information:

  • Google Chrome
  • Internet Explorer
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Safari

Please keep in mind that disabling cookies on your browser may limit functionality or access to certain features on the Site.

Third Party Cookie

What do we use it for?/Where can I find more information or opt out?


Use: Freshchat enables interaction with you on our Site, and analyses certain information about your device to help us improve our service to you.  

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Google Analytics

Use: Google Analytics helps us learn how you interact with the Site in order to improve your user experience.

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Use: MailChimp tracks and analyses information to help provide targeted advertising that is more tailored to your interests.

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Use: Stripe facilitates user purchase experience by tracking information to expedite the order placing process.

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Use: Webflow is a tool for web design and web development, and a hosting platform.

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Google Sign-In

Use: Google Sign-In allows users to use their Google account to sign in to third-party sites and apps.

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We may make changes to this Policy from time to time, and any changes will be posted to the Site. If any material changes are made to this Policy, we will inform you by posting the updated Policy on our homepage, or by contacting you at your preferred email address.