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A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser, for example Internet Explorer. The majority of websites, on the web, use cookies to enhance their web pages and allow functionality such as remembering that you have logged into your account.

How do we use cookies?

Our cookies are safe and can't harm your computer. We use a few cookies that may allow us to:

Provide log in and account functionality

We use a cookie to remember that you have logged in. This prevents you having to log in on every new page. This cookie also temporarily remembers individual preferences such as the page you were on before you logged in. This will allow you to log in and return back to the same page you were on which improves the website experience.

Provide an easy shopping experience

We remember what items are put into your basket which allows you to browse before purchasing. Your basket items are saved so that you can also return to them at a later point. We also use this information to work out what items are popular and which need replacing.

Collect unidentifiable visitor information

This may include the number of visits to a page or whether a mobile phone is used. This data allows Practice Plan to provide a better service as we tailor our website development around what our you and our other visitors need. If particular pages are slow to load, this information can help pin point at what time of day and the reasons why this may be happening. This collection service is provided by Google and is called Google Analytics.

Other cookies are also set which allow enhanced functionality such as:

YouTube Videos

We use the enhanced privacy setting when we use YouTube videos in our website. More information about YouTube cookies can be found here.

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Where we use a third party to host our landing pages, they also use cookies and more information about these can be found here 

How do I manage my cookies?

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© Copyright 2019.

All rights reserved. Medenta Finance Ltd

The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate instalment credit agreements for specific goods, which have a term less than 12 months. Where required by law, loans will be regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Consumer Credit Act.

Medenta Finance Limited is a credit broker and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Medenta Finance Limited (Registered in Scotland No SC276679) Registered address: 50 Lothian Road, Festival Square, Edinburgh, EH3 9WJ. Tel: 01691 684175.

Credit is provided by Wesleyan Bank Limited who is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Wesleyan Bank Ltd (Registered in England and Wales No 2839202) Registered Office: PO Box 3420, Colmore Circus, Birmingham B4 6AE.
Tel: 0800 358 1122. www.wesleyanbank.co.uk

Medenta Finance Limited and Wesleyan Bank Limited are part of the Wesleyan Group.

Terms and conditions apply. Written quotations are available on request from Wesleyan Bank Limited. Credit facilities are subject to status and affordability checks and only available to UK residents over the age of 18.

Wesleyan Bank Limited reserves the right to decline any application. APR and repayment details are correct at time of publish.

Telephone calls may be recorded for monitoring and training purposes.