A cookie is a small text file that is sent automatically to your browser via a website. This way it becomes possible to save your settings. This can be very useful, for example for Internet Banking. The cookie ensures that your bank account number and card number are saved on the login page, meaning that you do not need to fill them in every time you visit the website.
Using cookies, ABN AMRO (or other service providers carefully selected by ABN AMRO) can also gather and analyse information regarding the use of the website. For instance, the domain name, the number of hits, pages visited, sites visited before/after and the length of time spent on the site. We use this information to make alterations to our website and to provide you with relevant information. Cookies are also used to help you via the chat function on certain web pages.
Your right to reject cookies: how do you do that?
You can adjust the settings of your browser in such a way that it rejects all cookies. You can also adjust the settings of your browser in such a way that it only allows those cookies which are absolutely necessary for the proper functioning of ABN AMRO’s secure internet services (such as Internet Banking).
Our Advice and Service centre (+31(0)900 - 00 24 (€ 0.10 per minute)) can help you adjust the settings of your browser.
Remember that you will not be able to use ABN AMRO’s secure internet services if you have adjusted the settings of your browser in such a way that it rejects all cookies as this means that you also reject the cookies that are required to be able to use these services.