Cookie Policy


By using our Websites, you agree to us placing cookies on your computer. Below you can find out more about cookies, how and why we use them and how to manage or delete cookies in your internet browser.

Implied Consent 

Wesleyan Bank have adopted an 'Implied Consent' approach.

We have also provided an application to help you manage your cookie preferences, to use the application your web browser will need to support JavaScript. If it doesn't then you can still read about the cookies we use, however you will need to manage them through your current web browser settings.

Notice for Users

Our Sites use Analytical Cookies. These cookies don't collect information that identifies users. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous. They are only used to improve how a website works.

By using our websites and online services, you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device. However, you now have the option to opt-out of using Analytical cookies.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is sent to your computer and stored on your machine. This allows Wesleyan to collect anonymous data and analyse how the site is being used in order to optimise and enhance the best customer service.

We collect this information to help understand 'visitors' browsing habits on our sites and to further deliver more user-friendly online services.

Use of cookies

We may use information obtained about you from cookies (files which are sent to us by your computer or other access device) which we can access when you visit our Site in future.  

We do this to allow us to identify users and personalise the Sites wherever possible.  The cookies store small pieces of information about our visitors. This means that on future visits to our Sites, we can identify past users and provide additional functionality.

What they do not hold?
Our cookies do not hold any personal data such as:
Your name
Phone number
Email address
Mailing address
Bank account details
Credit Card details

If you want to delete any cookies that are already on your computer, please refer to the instructions for your file management software to locate the file or directory that stores cookies.  

If you want to stop cookies being stored on your computer in future, please refer to your browser manufacturer's instructions by clicking "Help" in your browser menu. Further information on deleting or controlling cookies is available at: 

Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of our Sites.

When you visit our Sites, we may also log your IP address, a unique identifier for your computer or other access device.

On our website we use Google Analytics to measure and analyse information regarding visits to our Sites. We also use the services of Google in order to increase the efficiency of our Sites.

Why we use Cookies?

We compile reports on web activity such as the number of visitors and the pages they visit. This action ensures that the content we provide is accessible, relevant and of interest to visitors.

We may temporarily store information which you enter to deliver services more efficiently. This information is not used for any other means.

Types of Cookies used

Essential Cookies (Session)
An 'essential cookie' is the most common used and for example is used in the 'shopping cart' functionality where it helps to save items as you progress through a site and are not forgotten when you reach the 'checkout'. These cookies are deleted when you leave the site.

Non-Essential Cookies (Persistent Cookies)
Another example of common practice is authentication, this remembers your 'log-in' details when re-visiting a website. Other possible features include language selection, menu preferences, internal site bookmarks or favourites, amongst many others.

Web Analytics
Our Sites are enabled with web analytics tags such as Google Analytics, these allow Wesleyan to measure the performance of our Sites. We only use trusted web analytics platforms that provide a statistical insight into interaction and behaviours of visitors.

The information gathered by the cookies, which are dropped on to your machine on our behalf, are transmitted to a Secure Server and fed into the Analytics packages. This software is used to provide information about our Sites usage which in turn enables Wesleyan to enhance your website experience.

Google's own privacy policy can be found here

Explanation of our Cookie Codes

 Type of Cookie


 Cookie Code

 Compliance Cookie

This cookie allows us to know whether or not you have given consent to the use of cookies and therefore do not need to be presented with this consent request message again.



These cookies allow us to count page visits and traffic sources so we can measure and improve the performance of our Site, using services provided by Google, Crazy Egg, Hot Jar

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 Advertising or Tracking Cookies

We use social sharing tools on some of our Sites and these may set some cookies that enable the providers of these tools to track activity across other Sites.

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 Functional Cookies

These cookies perform a range of key functions on our Sites, some parts will not work if they are disabled. Most of them are temporary and are deleted when you close your browser.

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 Security Cookies

Some areas of our Sites use cookies to ensure security of transactions and prevent fraud. These are essential to the provision of our services.

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Further information about cookies

Please find links to independent websites which hold information you may be interested in.