Getting Set Up Online – How To Clear Cookies
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To ensure your poker account is tracked for rakeback, it’s essential to clear cookies from your internet browser.
As your browse online, websites store information called ‘cookies’ on your computer. Some affiliate sites use these to tag your poker account to them without giving you anything in return.
Even if you click on these sites accidentally then download software from a reliable affiliate later, the first cookie will stop you from receiving rakeback. Follow the steps below to prevent this.
1. Click the menu icon top right. Select ‘Tools’, then click ‘Clear browsing data’.
2. In the box that appears, select ‘Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data’ using the checkbox as shown. Choose the time period from ‘the beginning of time’ from the drop down box, then click ‘Clear browsing data’.
1. Click the Firefox icon top left. Select ‘History’, then ‘Clear Recent History’.
2. In the box that appears, select ‘Cookies’ using the checkbox as shown. Choose the time range to clear as ‘Everything’, then click ‘Clear Now’.
1. Click the gear icon top right. Click ‘Internet Options’.
2. In the box that appears, click ‘Delete’ below the browsing history section. On the second box that appears, select ‘Cookies’ using the checkbox as shown, then click ‘Delete’.
1. Under the Safari menu top left, click ‘Preferences’.
2. In the box that appears, click the ‘Security’ tab and then ‘Show Cookies’.
3. In the second box that appears, click ‘Remove All’ to purge all cookies.
Once you’ve successfully cleared your cookies, you’re ready to download the poker room of your choice, taking note of any referral or bonus codes to use.
If you’ve previously installed the poker client you’re setting up rakeback with, uninstall first then reboot.
Opening an ‘incognito’ browser window prevents any cookies from being stored on your computer.
- Contact [email protected] to verify if your account is tagged to an affiliate and if it can be re-assigned.