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Privacy & Safety

Data Protection

Fifty Degrees Clothing is committed to protecting your personal information and we respect your privacy. In accordance with the GDPR rules and regulations, please be assured that any personal information that is passed to us during your shopping experience, will be protected and safely stored with our web provider. You can read their Privacy Policy here: 


You can happily browse our website without having to share any of your personal details with us. If you make a purchase with us and decide to create an account so that any future purchases are made quicker and easier, your card details and personal information will be stored on our webiste but will not be shared with any third parties. If you make a purchase with us and decide not to create an account, you will be required to enter your card details for each purchase, either online, over the phone or in store, as we will not store your card details without an account.

Order Details

All billing details will be kept for 3 years for taxation reasons and will then be destroyed.

By agreeing to these terms and conditions, and unless otherwise notified by you, you agree that Fifty Degrees Clothing, from time to time may send promotional mail to you. These promotional mailings will stop if requested by you. No customer information, including email addresses shall be given or sold to any third parties in accordance with our privacy policy.

Fraudulent Orders

Attempts to gain goods with false or invalid information will be dealt with as fraud; our system uses some of the best fraud prevention checks provided by our payment provider along with additional algorithms created by our programming team. Orders may be deleted without notification if we believe them to be fraudulent.


If we feel that you are using fraudulent information or credit card data that does not belong to you then we will be forced to pass on any information to the local authorities.


We reserve the right to credit or cancel any order that may appear to be fraudulent or incomplete immediately and without notice to you if:


a. when requested by us to do so, you fail to provide us within a reasonable time with sufficient information to enable us to determine the accuracy and validity of any information supplied by you, or your identity;


b. we suspect you have engaged, or are about to engage, or have in any way been involved, in fraudulent or illegal activity on the website.


On the 26th May 2011, new laws came into force regarding cookies. These laws require that cookies can only be placed on devices where the user has given their consent. This notice is designed to provide you with more information about how (the publisher of this website) uses Cookies and adheres to these laws.


What are Cookies?

"Cookies" are small pieces of information that a website sends to your computer or mobile media device while you are viewing a website.


How does use Cookies?

You can read their Privacy Policy here: 

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