A cookie is a text file that is stored on your computer’s hard drive or on your mobile device when you first visit a website. You can enable or disable cookies on your computer at any time, but The Freelancer Club offers many features that are only accessible when cookies are enabled.

Your cookies, your way

We cover our cookie policy in our Privacy Policy, which Freelancer Club members must read and agree to when registering for membership.

If you visit The Freelancer Club with your browser settings already adjusted to accept cookies, we understand that you wish to use our products and services and consent to the use of cookies.

You can update your cookie settings at any time by yourself. Should you choose to block cookies you will be unable to access a number of features on The Freelancer Club website and you may have to enter your password more frequently.
To learn more about how to enable, edit, or disable cookies on your computer, please visit the website.

Why we use cookies:

To retain your membership details and any information you have loaded to your The Freelancer Club profile (photos, text and information connected to your profile).
To offer membership opportunities based on your Freelancer Club profile and activity including the job alerts feature.

Improve security and prevent illegal activities.
We may also use information provided by cookies from third parties to help us understand how visitors arrive at, and engage with, The Freelancer Club website. To access and measure this information, we use Google Analytics and Google AdWords. (To read about Google’s cookie policy.)

Please note that the information we receive via cookies is for our use only, and will not be distributed with third parties.