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Choices about Cookies

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MakingITclear’s Practices Regarding Cookies

MakingITclear uses its own cookies for a number of purposes, including to:

  • Track discounts offers that may be applicable to you.
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  • Keep track of information you specify when you buy MakingITclear’s products — for example, your name and address — so that you don’t have to reenter it when you purchase products a second time.

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