Privacy Policy

Personally identifiable information is not collected from anybody using the Sports Bet Calculator website. If you need to contact us for Support, or to provide Feedback, any details that you supply (for example, your name and email address), will only be used for the purpose of sending a reply, and will not be supplied to any third party.

Use of Google Analytics

Google Analytics is used to help analyse and understand how the Sports Bet Calculator website is being used. Whenever you visit a website your browser communicates certain technical details, such as your IP address and the type of browser that you are using, which can be accessed by Google Analytics. If you would like to know how Google uses this information, and how you can control the information sent to Google, please refer to the document on Google’s website concerning “How Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps”.

Use of Cookies

Sports Bet Calculator

The Sports Bet Calculator website only uses one cookie of its own (i.e. one first-party cookie), which is set once the ‘EU cookie consent’ message has been accepted, so that it won’t be displayed repeatedly.

Google Analytics

The Sport Bet Calculator website is using Google Analytics to collect and analyse anonymous website traffic data. In order to provide this service, Google Analytics uses cookies to store non-personal information. If you would like to know how Google safeguards your data, and what privacy controls are available, please refer to the Data Privacy and Security section of Google Analytics Help.

Google AdSense

The Google AdSense service provides some of the advertising that appears on this website. Google uses cookies and other technologies to control which adverts appear. For example, cookies may be used to limit how often a particular advert is displayed, or to show adverts that are more likely to be of interest.

Please visit the Advertising page in the Privacy & Terms section of Google’s website, for details on how Google uses cookies in advertising, and how you can control them.

Use of Log Files

In common with most web hosting environments, the server that hosts this website automatically logs certain technical details about every visit, such as your IP address and the type of browser that you are using. This data is then aggregated to provided website statistics, but since Google Analytics provides a better system for doing the same thing, in practice the statistics derived from the log files are seldom used.