Privacy and security

Here we have put together important information for you to know regarding privacy, security and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when you use Payson’s services. We protect your privacy and security. GDPR, the new law on the processing of personal data, sets higher requirements for transparency, which is why we have put this information together: so that you know how your personal data is processed.


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  • General information about the GDPR
  • Privacy Policy
  • Policy on cookies
  • General information about the GDPR

    Here we have compiled information about the Act and what it means, as well as where you can find more information to get a better idea of how it will affect you. There are a number of concepts that it’s a good idea to understand, including what the basic principles of the GDPR mean.

    GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and is a data protection regulation from the EU that is law in all EU Member States since 25 May 2018. The GDPR will replace the current Personal Data Act (PDA). The Act is intended to protect individuals’ privacy and to modernise, harmonise and reinforce protection within the EU.

    Each EU Member State has a supervisory authority that will monitor this. In Sweden this authority is the Privacy Protection Authority, formerly the Data Protection Authority. On their website there is more information and help that you can read to find out what you need to do.

    Privacy Policy

    The Privacy Policy and this website describes how Payson processes personal data in the role of Personal Data Controller and how your rights and privacy are protected.

    Payson protects your personal privacy, and our Privacy Policy is intended to explain how Payson collects your personal data and how it will then be used. In the Policy you can read what rights you have with regard to us and how you can exercise them. Questions regarding privacy and data protection can always be sent to us via the contact form on our website or directly to

    You accept our Privacy Policy and our processing of your personal data by using Payson’s services. You also accept Payson’s use of electronic communication channels to send information to you. It is important to us that you read and understand our Privacy Policy before you use our services.

    Policy on cookies

    When you use Payson’s services, you approve the receipt of Payson’s “cookies”. If you have chosen to accept cookies in your web browser, a small text file will be saved on your computer. Using this cookie, we can see information about your visits to us and can customise the content to enable you to experience the site in the best possible way. We do not save any sensitive personal data in our cookies. A cookie has an expiry date and when this is reached it will be automatically deleted. You can set parameters for the management of cookies yourself using the Help menu in your web browser.

    Necessary cookies are required in order to enable us to provide Payson’s services, for example account login and purchase management.

    Analysis cookies collect anonymous information on how our services are used, e.g. which pages are popular, if you receive an error message anywhere or which kind of device is used. For example, third party cookies for Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager.

    Function cookies improve your experience of our services when you return to our website or checkout. For example, we save your preferred language and the data that you have used on previous purchase occasions.

    Marketing cookies are usedin order to collect information about your surfing habits, so as to be able to offer advertisements that are relevant to you. We use this type of cookie to remind you that we would very much like you to come back if you have visited our site before.

    Different types of cookie are saved for different lengths of time. We have some cookies that are only saved while you are actively using our services, whereas language settings for example are saved for a long time. We are actively trying to minimise the number of third party cookies we use in our services but for some services we consider them necessary for analysis and marketing work.

    How you can control our use of Cookies
    Go to your browser or device settings to learn more about how to adjust the settings for cookies. For example, you can choose to block all cookies, accept only first party cookies or delete cookies when you close your web browser.

    Note that some of our services may not work if you block or delete cookies.