Information about cookies

What are cookies

Cookies are small files containing letters and numbers that may be placed on your device when you visit a website or use an application. We use cookies to improve your experience on Amigo by remembering your preferences. For example, on many e-commerce websites, if you add an item to an online cart without completing the checkout process, the next time you visit that same site, you may still see the same item in the cart. This is an example of how cookies are used to remember your preferences. Without cookies, your Amigo experience will be less convenient.

Why we use cookies

Cookies serve a variety of functions, in particular to facilitate navigation and store your preferences in order to display relevant content and enhance your overall user experience.

We use cookies:

To manage your preferences and improve certain features on the Amigo. Information about the date and time of your visit, web browsing history and language settings may be collected.

To maintain security measures and detect any fraudulent activity.

Analyze Amigo access, use and performance. We use this information to maintain, manage and continually improve our services. Send you relevant promotional messages. Cookies help us manage the advertising messages you see and measure their effectiveness.

What cookies and other technologies we use

Amigo uses the following categories of cookies and technologies:

Persistent cookies - these cookies are stored in your device's web browser and are used each time you visit Amigo. These cookies help us remember your settings and preferences to make your next visit more convenient. For example, thanks to these cookies, you don't have to log in again. They will also remember the language preferences of the users the next time they visit.

Session cookies are temporary cookies that remain in your browser's archive until you leave Amigo. The information we receive using these cookies helps us analyze web traffic patterns, identify and fix problems, providing a better navigation experience. 

Advertising cookies allow us to display relevant advertisements for you to measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign by analyzing your interaction with advertiser's ads. For example, it helps us determine how many times users have clicked on an ad and visited the advertiser's website.

In addition, we use web beacons, which are small graphical images (also known as "pixel tags" or "blank GIFs") on the Amigo. They are used in conjunction with cookies to identify our users and their behavior.

Amigo may contain links to third party websites or applications, including our partners. Please note that these third party websites may use cookies. We do not control these third party websites and are not responsible for the cookies they set or provide access to them. If you click on one of these links or apps, please note that each site will have its own cookie policy. Therefore, please read the cookie policy of other sites or applications before using.

Third party cookies and plugins 

Third parties such as ad networks and external service providers, for example, to analyze web traffic, may use cookies, web beacons, software development kits (SDKs), or similar technologies to collect information about your visit to Amigo. This information is used to provide you with more relevant advertisements on Amigo or another Internet resource. We do not control the use of third party cookies, which are governed by the third party cookie privacy policy. Below is a list of third parties that we allow to install cookies or other technologies on your device:

Analytics partners: To better understand how you use Amigo, we work with different analytics partners. We allow analytics partners such as Yandex, Google and Facebook analytics to use cookies, SDKs, and other related technologies. For more information on how Yandex, Google and Facebook use your data, visit

Advertising Partners: Our advertising partners such as Yandex, Google, DoubleClick, Criteo, RTB House, Index Exchange, OpenX, etc. may use targeting and advertising cookies to serve ads that they think are most interesting for you, as well as to evaluate the effectiveness of such ads on Amigo. Below is an explanation of how you can manage ad personalization and tracking. If you turn off personalized ads, you will still see generic ads on Amigo.

Third Party Plugins: Amigo also uses third party plugins in the form of a Share button for Facebook, VKontakte, Googe +, Twitter, Odnoklassniki,, and WhatsApp. Using the Share button, you can share our advertisements on a third party platform, provided that you are logged into that third party's site. These third parties may link your interactions with Amigo to your account on such a resource. Therefore, please read the privacy policies of third parties before clicking on the “Share” button.

Cookie management

On Amigo, we will give you complete control and the ability to opt out at any time when using any third-party plugins or tools that connect to the servers of the external service provider. By clicking on the "Learn more and manage settings" button displayed in our cookie banner, you will be able to access the settings manager. There you will find a list of our advertising partners and other suppliers, as well as the purposes for which we use these suppliers. If you wish to manage your consent settings, you can do so at any time by going to the Advertising Settings on Amigo, which you can find at the bottom of our website. Please note that the Settings Manager itself is provided by one of our service providers and will require the transfer of some data (your IP address and user ID) to that provider. To do this, you need to set a cookie. This data will then be sent to the advertising partner or other supplier for the purpose of registration, whether you have given your consent or not. Since we need to save a cookie to remember your privacy and opt-out settings, please be reminded that all cookie settings will be lost if you choose to delete your cookie settings. Although the above only applies to cookies and third-party tools, you can completely disable the use of cookies. Your browser usually tells you how you can refuse, delete or block cookies. The links below provide this information regarding some of the most commonly used browsers:

Google Chrome

Internet Explorer

Mozilla Firefox



Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics by Google Inc. ("Service") that allows you to collect and analyze statistics on site visits and visitor behavior. This helps us to better understand the needs and interests of visitors and, based on this information, to improve our site.

The information obtained using the Service does not allow the identification of specific users.

Principles of security and confidentiality of the Service

You can turn off data collection using Google Analytics Blocker.

You can opt out of third-party cookies from Google Analytics in your ad settings or using