A cookie is a small text file used to capture repeat user visits on most web sites. Since the cookie is an inactive file, it does not spread viruses or other malicious programs.
When you visit the Bank's website, the following information is sent to the Bank via cookies:
- Pages you viewed, viewing date and time;
- Browser you are using;
- Your screen resolution;
- Your operating system;
- The site where you visited our site right now;
- Your IP address;
- Your Java version.
This information is used only for routine operations and statistics collection, for example, to improve our site.
We inform that the data received from cookies is processed in accordance with the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts. Please be assured that such data is not used to collect personal information about you. No information is transmitted or sold to third parties.
You can disable cookies on your computer at any time - you just need to change your browser settings. But keep in mind that some of the features on your site may no longer work when you turn off cookies. If you do not want to receive cookies from the Bank, open your browser's Internet options, select Advanced Cookie Settings, and add the Bank's website address to the list of sites you do not want to receive cookies on your computer. You can also decide to delete individual cookies or any cookies stored earlier in your browser.
If you are asking us to contact you, send us an e-mail or, for example, book a brochure, you are asked to contact us, your name, perhaps your e-mail address, telephone number, personal identification number or other personal data. The Bank uses this data only for your order.