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What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that a website places on your computer, tablet or mobile phone when you visit the website. Information about your website visit is stored in these cookies. There are two types of cookies:

Functional cookies

These cookies are technically necessary for the correct use of the website, such as a cookie that records the settings of a cookie notification. If functional cookies are not placed, the website will work less well. For these cookies it is not necessary to request permission before placing.

Non-functional cookies

These cookies are not technically necessary for the website to function properly. Non-functional cookies provide information about you to PersonalLoan. All cookies that are not necessary for the proper functioning of the website require prior permission from you. A common non-functional cookie is the 'tracking cookie' which is used to build profiles to deliver personalized advertisements.

What are cookies used for?

Personal data is processed by placing cookies. By using cookies, the website recognizes you on a subsequent visit.

Why cookies?

We use the information we receive from cookies for the next one purposes:

  • to inform you in a better and more personal way about our services and products;
  • for making analyzes for research;
  • to improve the website;
  • for security purposes;
  • to manage our relationship with you as a customer.

Which personal data are collected?

PersonalLoan collects IP addresses.

What do you accept if you accept cookies?

The law distinguishes between cookies that are functional for the use and improvement of the website and cookies that are not (non-functional cookies). PersonalLoan does not need to request permission for the use of functional cookies and analytical cookies that have little impact on you as a user. If you do not accept cookies, we only use cookies that are necessary for proper use.

Are cookies safe?

A cookie has nothing to do with computer viruses or other harmful things. Cookies do not take up additional memory on your computer, tablet or mobile phone, nor do they slow down the devices.

View and adjust

PersonalLoan has taken technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against loss and unlawful processing. You have the right to view your details, to have them corrected or to have them removed. If you wish, you can contact the customer service department.

Change cookie settings

You can prevent cookies from being placed on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. You do this by choosing the 'no, preferably not' option when you visit the website when asked whether you agree to the placement of analytical and tracking cookies. You also have the option 'yes, fine'. If you do not accept cookies from PersonalLoan, you may be asked whether you accept cookies on every visit. You can change your previously made choice.

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Cookies used:

There are different types of cookies. Below you will find an overview of who places cookies on our website, which cookies they are, what their purpose is and how long they remain active.

Which party places the cookie? Names of the cookie What is the purpose of the cookie? How long will the cookie be kept?




These are necessary cookies. Cookies that contain all session variables and ensure that the web server knows which session belongs to which user. Also includes a remember function that stores the details within the session. Expires at the end of the session.
PersonalLoan dmid This is a necessary cookie. This is a cookie that measures how often a user comes to the website and keeps track of the click paths of that user. Maximum 5 years.


This is a necessary cookie. This is a cookie that records the settings of the cookie notification. Maximum 1 year.


This is a necessary cookie. Once-Per-Visit-Cookie. Generated every time a user visits the website. Expires at the end of the session.

site visit cookie

This is a necessary cookie. Traces the number of times a user has visited the website. Relies on the dmid cookie to track the unique user. Maximum 5 years.


These are recommended cookies. Cookies are placed to gain a better insight into the behavior of the visitor to this website. This will then improve the user experience on this website and on other channels used by this website. Maximum 2 years.