Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy applies to the products offered by Schoodie. From time to time, we may post product specific privacy notices to explain our products in more detail. At Schoodie, we are committed to protecting the privacy of all our customers. That is why we never sell any personal identifiable information to any third party. By visiting Schoodie.eu, you accept and agree to the practices described in this Privacy Notice.
If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact our customer service.

Information Collection and Use
Schoodie does collect some information about you when information is requested from our website. Examples of such information include your name, post code, e-mail address, occupation, gender, interests and demographic information. Schoodie records the information collected by our server logs from your web browser such as cookie information. This helps our company better figure out what customers want. This information is used internally for mailing special offers and circulars. This information is not shared, given out or sold to other parties. You can remove yourself from our mailing list at any time, by e-mailing [email protected]
We may also use the personal information collected to protect, provide, maintain and improve our services. This can include advertising and the development of new services. Schoodie Europe servers are located in the United Kingdom and this is where your information is processed.

Information Sharing
Schoodie shares information about our customers with third parties only in very specific circumstances:

- Prior consent has been received from our customers.
- Information is being provided to affiliated companies, subsidiaries and trusted businesses for the processing of the information. All third parties are required to agree to process personal information as instructed by us and in accordance with this Privacy Policy.
- There is reason to believe use, access, disclosure or preservation of personal information is necessary to (a) follow the Terms of Service, (b) follow the law, (c) prevent or detect fraud or other security issues, (d) protect the property and safety of Schoodie.eu and its users.

Should Schoodie.eu be involved in an acquisition or merger of assets, the confidentiality of your information will be protected.

Personal Information Security
We will attempt to protect information collected in our site by using appropriate security measures to shield from unauthorised access, disclosure, or destruction of data. Items included are internal reviews, processing practices, storage, security measures, encryption and physical security. Access is restricted to employees, contractors and agents of Schoodie. All are bound by confidentiality agreements and are subject to discipline, termination and/or criminal prosecution.

- Only the last four digits of your credit card number will be revealed during order confirmations.

- To protect your privacy and information, sign off of your website when leaving your computer.

Security of Personal Information
We will always make it a priority to protect the information you provide. To accomplish this, we utilise Secure Sockets Layer or SSL technology to offer the highest level of security available. This encrypts your personal information prior to transmittal, which means it cannot be read or recording in the transmission process. To identify if a website is secure, note the unbroken key or closed lock icon in the bottom or top corner of your web browser window. Our web address will also change from the http: prefix to the https: prefix.

Only those who need to know your personal information are provided access to it, such as those directly responsible for fulfilling your order or those helping you with customer service issues. Our servers and the computers that record your personal information are located in a separate facility with firewall technology.

Children and Schoodie
We at Schoodie take children's privacy very seriously. Anyone under the age of 18 must get the consent of his or her parent or legal guardian prior to submitting personal information to our website. Those under the age of 18 must have parental assistance when placing an order.

Opting Out of Emails
Contact us immediately when you decide you no longer wish to receive newsletters or offer emails from Schoodie.eu. We will remove you from our mailing list immediately and will only contact you with customer service related matters.

Privacy Policy Modifications
We may make modifications to our privacy policy in the future. If changes are made in how we collect information or disclose information, these changes will be posted on Schoodie.eu.

Intellectual Property
Those who are licensed or who originally created the material on Schoodie.eu own the copyrights for such materials, including patents, trademarks, technologies, processes, products, proprietary information and proprietary rights of Schoodie.eu. You do not have a license or right to these patents, trademarks, technologies, processes, products, proprietary information and proprietary rights. Deep linking, direct linking, page-jacking, metatagging, framing, spider, robot or automated devices to keep track of our site or copy material is not allowed. Schoodie.eu does not allow you to copy the content for your personal use. You may not reproduce or copy the material here in any fashion, nor can you transmit, upload, download, store, display, alter, modify or distribute any content on Schoodie.eu. Unauthorised use violates trademark or copyright laws, communications regulations, statutes and laws of privacy. .

Hypertext Linking
Our privacy policy applies only to Schoodie.eu, not to any third party sites that may be hypertext linked from our website. We are not responsible for the relevance, timeliness, accuracy or completeness of any third party website we may link to. Nor, does any link imply an endorsement or recommendation on the part of Schoodie. We are not liable for the content or standards of websites we link to. Schoodie.eu does not endorse the contents of linked websites. The reliability of the security of third party websites is the responsibility of the third party website, not Schoodie.