Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

This cookie policy explains how [Bulqe] ("we," "us," or "our") uses cookies and similar technologies to recognize you when you visit our websites, mobile apps, and other online services. The name of the policy is "Policy" (collectively, the "Services"). It tells you what these technologies are and why we use them. It also tells you how you can control how we use them and how we collect information using them.

You understand and agree that by using our services, you consent to the use of cookies and other similar technologies for the purposes described in this policy. If you do not agree with our rules and policies, do not use our services.

What are cookies and other technologies like them?

When you visit a website, a small data file called a "cookie" may be saved to the hard drive of your computer or mobile device. Web beacons, pixels, and mobile identifiers are all types of technology that do the same thing. These technologies make it possible to keep track of what you do on different websites and learn about your preferences and interests.

Why do we use cookies and other technologies that are similar?

Bulqe makes use of cookies and other similar technologies for a variety of reasons, including:

  • So that we can offer and keep up our services,
  • We may give you suggestions and personalized content to make your time with our services more personal and high-quality.
  • To watch and study the ways our services are used and the things that people do with them.
  • So that we can follow the law and protect ourselves from any possible legal problems.

We use cookies and a variety of other technologies.

Our business uses cookies and other similar technologies in the following ways:

Essential Cookies: These cookies cannot be turned off because they are needed for our services to work. For example, when you log in to our website, cookies are what let you into the parts that are only for members.

Analytical/performance cookies: Also known as cookies for analytics and performance, these cookies let us know who is using our services and how many people are using them. They also let us see how people move around our services. Also, these cookies let us see how people move from one page to another on our services.

Functionality Cookies: Functionality cookies let our services remember you when you use them again after you have used them before. This lets us make our content more relevant to you and remember your preferences, like the language you speak or the country you are in.

Targeting Cookies: Cookies used for targeting will keep track of the pages you visit on our site and the links you click on while using our services. We will use this information to make our services and the ads that are shown on them more relevant to the things you are interested in. To reach this goal, we may also tell third parties about this information.

This lets us improve the way our services work in a number of ways, such as by making it easier for customers to find the information they need.

How Are Cookies and Other Related Technologies Handled?

You can control how cookies and other technologies are used in different ways, such as:

Browser Settings: Choices for setting up your browser You can set your browser to either accept all cookies, reject all cookies, or let you know when a cookie is set. Because every browser is different, you will need to look in the "Help" menu of your browser to find out how to change your cookie preferences.

Device Settings: Some mobile phones and tablets have settings that let you either delete or block cookies. Find out how to change your cookie preferences by going to the "Help" menu on the device you are using.

Do Not Track: Some web browsers have a feature called "Do Not Track" that lets users tell websites that they do not want their online activities to be tracked in any way. Because these traits have not reached a uniform state yet, our systems are not set up to respond correctly to signals that contain them.

Please keep in mind that if you disable or delete cookies, some parts of our services might not work as expected.

Services that deal with analytics

We may use the analytics services of a third party to learn more about how our customers use our services.

Analytics services are referred to as Cookies and other similar technologies may be used by these services to track how you use them. This information could include your IP address, the type of device you are using, the operating system you are using, the type of browser you are using, the website that led you to our services, and information about how you are using our services. The analytics service provider can get and store the information that these services gather.
Websites and services from people other than us are called "third-party websites and services."
Some of our services may include links to other websites and online services that we do not own or run and that we do not have direct control over. We cannot be held responsible if these third parties do something that violates your privacy. When you leave our services, we want you to be aware of what you are doing and to read the privacy policies of every website and service you visit.

Data Retention

We will keep your information for as long as your account is active or as long as it takes to provide the services you have asked for. We will keep and use your information for as long as we need to in order to follow the law, settle disputes, and keep our agreements.

Get in touch. Please

If you have any questions about this policy or how we handle your personal information, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following address or by sending an email to [contact email]:


[Street Number]

 [City, State, ZIP Code]

date it becomes law: [date]


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