Pay. processes personal data.
The use of Cookies

We collect data for research purposes in order to gain more insight into the usability of our website and our clients, so we can tailor our website and services accordingly.

This website uses cookies (small text files that are stored on your computer) and similar technologies to help us analyse how users use our website. The information generated by these cookies about your use of our website may be transferred to’s own secure servers or those of a third party. We use this information to monitor how you use our website, draw up reports about our website activity and offer additional services pertaining to website activity and internet usage. A cookie is a simple, small text file that is sent by a website and stored on your computer’s hard drive by your web browser. Cookies are used to store the settings and preferences of website visitors.

This website uses four types of cookies:


Functional cookies

 That are automatically generated by the website’s CMS (content management system). The CMS uses these cookies to manage the session of a (new) user. This cookie is only used when someone logs in to the website.


Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies from Google, which uses cookies to provide its statistics and analysis services. We use this service to monitor and draw up reports on how visitors use our website. Google may release this information to third parties if it has a legal obligation to do so or if these third parties process the data on Google’s behalf. We cannot affect this form of data processing.


Tracking cookies

Analytical cookies from NewRelic, which uses cookies to monitor the performance of our platform. This allows us to combine the loading speeds of pages with the necessary processes on our servers. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser window and do not contain any personal data.


Data cookies

Data cookies, which you can use on your local workstation to store data in order to automatically complete forms, e.g. your email address or your first and last name. These cookies are only saved if you have given your explicit consent.

The cookies contain anonymised information and are stored by your browser for a period of no more than two years.


Cookies from third parties

This website does not use cookies that third parties can use for advertising purposes. It only uses cookies that help us safeguard the correct performance of the website itself and monitor how users navigate around our website.


Switching off cookies

You can delete and turn off cookies via your web browser. The way to do so differs per browser. The website of the Dutch Consumer Association contains more information about how to turn off cookies.