When you click into the website, information about you, your computer and your behaviour on the website is collected. Below, you can find details about the information we collect, how we process the information, what we use it for, who has access to the information and whom you should contact about the information collected.
When you visit one or more of BRFkredit’s websites, you automatically receive one or more cookies. By visiting these websites, you accept that cookies are stored on your computer.
If you want to revoke your acceptance, you must set up your computer to delete the cookies received and you must accept not to receive cookies in future. If you want to do this, you can click on the link below to get instructions on how you – in full or in part – avoid receiving cookies and how you delete the cookies stored on your hard disc.
Please note: Some of the functions at BRFkredit's websites may not be available to you if you do this.
More about cookies at brf.dk
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file, which is stored in your web browser and recognised by the website when you return to the website, and which makes it possible to send individualised information to your browser. A cookie may contain text, figures or, for instance, a date, but no personal data are stored in a cookie. It is not a program and it cannot contain virus.
The lifetime of a cookie may vary depending on the lifetime set by the individual providers. Some cookies disappear as soon as you close the browser window, others may exists for years. Many providers typically have a lifetime of 12 or 24 months on their marketing, statistics and content-related cookies. Please note that the lifetime is renewed after each visit so that it may, for instance, be 24 months after your last visit at a website that cookies are stored on your computer. You can at any time delete cookies on your computer.
How to avoid cookies?
If you do not want to receive cookies, you can block all cookies, delete existing cookies from your hard disc or receive a warning before a cookie is saved. Click here to get instructions on how this is set up in your browser:
Please note that via the link you can get instructions on how to do this for most browsers, but a few will not be mentioned. You can always use the Help function in your browser to get further information on cookie settings. You typically find this function by pressing F1 on your pc. Search for 'cookies'.
Cookies from our business partners and external providers
Below is a list of which business partners that send cookies or clear.gif via our websites and have access to information collected via cookies sent from our websites.
Google Analytics (traffic measurement)
You can opt out of cookies from Google Analytics here:
Opt out of cookies
Adform (traffic measurement and retargeting)
Cookies from Adform are also used for behaviour-based individual targeting of ads, so we can show you the ads, which we assume are most relevant for you, at external sites.
The website uses the following marketing channels:
These cookies are used to target ads at you based on what is assessed to be most relevant on the basis of the content at the sites you are visiting and have visited previously. Please note that this targeting takes place at other sites in addition to this website. If you do not want to be part of these networks, you can opt out of them collectively or individually here:
The website uses the following advertising networks:
• Google Display network
• Google Adwords
• Nord & Roed (exclusively one 2 one mails)
It is possible to opt out of advertising networks, which share information across different networks. You can find the list here:
Opt out of advertising network cookies
The website used these cookies from ClickDimension
Cuvid, which expire after 2 years. This cookie will typically be written to the browser when brf.dk is visited the first time via the browser in question. If cookies have been deleted by the browser operator, and the user subsequently visits the site using the same browser, a new cuvid cookie will be written with a new unique timestamp. The cookie will be used to identify unique users of the site and be updated at each page view. Moreover, this cookie is given a unique ID, which ClickDimension will use to ensure both the validity and the accessibility of the cookie as an extra security measure.
Cusid which expires after 30 minuted. This cookie will be used to establish and continue a user's session to on brf.dk. When a user visits a page on brf.dk, the code will attempt to update the cookie. If the cookie is not found, a new cookie will be written and a new session will be established. Each time a user visits a new page on brf.dk, the cookie will be updated so it expires after 30 minutes. The purpose of the cookie is to ensure that a visitor on brf.dk can continue the session as long as there are no breaks longer than 30 minutes. The cookie will expire when a user has a break of more than 30 minutes on the site.
Cuvon which expires after 30 minutes. This cookie is used to send a signal of the last time a user visited a site.
Web beacon/transparent GIF (pixel tag)
BRFkredit may use web beacons (sometimes also referred to as pixel tags) at our websites and in connection with html newsletters. Though, we do not use them for personal identification of individual users. Web beacons are typically pictures (usually in the size of 1 pixel x 1 pixel), which are placed on a website to record the number and behaviour of visitors. This information is used to improve our online services. Web beacons do not collect other information than the data your browser or cookies make available. If you turn off cookies, a web beacon can no longer follow your activities. Though, it may continue collecting information about visits from your IP address.
You accept the above guidelines when you visit brf.dk or any of the related domains:
BRFkredit's privacy statement also covers the domains, which lead the users to the above websites, e.g., brf.dk.
Our guidelines do not cover different products and services offered by BRFkredit through iTunes app store or Android Market. These services have their own privacy statements.