Cookie Policy

About Our Cookie Policy

This policy informs you of the cookies we use on this website and why we use them. If you continue to use our site, we will assume that you accept our use of cookies.

Our Cookie Policy is reviewed on a regular basis and is subject to change. All clients are notified via email when there has been a change in Mind Resolve’s policies.

What Are Cookies?

When you visit our website, a small text file known as cookies are processed and stored onto your web browser. They serve crucial functions for websites – making them more secure, work more efficiently, improve your user experience by helping us understand your behaviour on our website.

What Cookies Does Mind Resolve Use?

The cookies we use enable our website to function efficiently and are not used to store personally identifiable information.

First-Party Cookies

Mind Resolve uses first-party cookies for the purpose of tracking numerical information about peoples use of our website. We use Google Analytics, which uses first-party cookies to help us to understand user behaviour in graphical, tabular and numerical form.

Information collected from Google Analytics includes, but is not limited to:

a) Pageviews

b) Device(s) used

c) Web pages visited

d) Duration on our site

e) Type of web browser

This information our client’s online behavior will help us to continue to improve their experience of our website and ensure that our website functions efficiently, is easy to use, and aligns with your needs.

Third-Party Cookies

Mind resolve uses social buttons on our website and our blog. Most social media plug-ins that enable you to share and like content on third-party websites will place cookies on your device. In this way they can track the sites you have visited and send you relevant ads when you go back on these social media sites.

Third parties can be blocked when you do the following:

a) Browse the web in private or incognito mode

b) Change the cookie and tracking settings in your browser

c) Installs ad-blockers or similar ad-ons (Privacy Badger).

Deleting Cookies

Most cookies can be cleared and deleted on most web browsers by clicking on the settings section. To find out how to delete cookies visit: