Essence of cookies
An HTTP cookie, usually called just a “cookie”, is an information package sent from a web server to an Internet browser, such as Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Safari, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, etc., and then returned by the browser whenever it accesses the server in question. A certain cookie remains on your device to be used during the next session and may be deleted in the meantime. If you use more than one browser, each of them has a separate space for cookie storage. Cookies do not relate to a certain person but to a combination of a device and an internet browser. Therefore, a person using multiple browsers and / or devices has a separate set of cookies for each device and browser combination. However, cookies do not differentiate between multiple users sharing the same device and browser, unless they have different user profiles.
You can manage the cookies you accept or reject at any time, as well as delete the ones already saved on your device. To manage cookies, use your browser settings. If necessary, use the Browser Help feature to find the settings you need or contact its developer.
If you opt out of cookies, this may negatively affect the functionality of TBI Bank's websites / web based systems.