What's a cookie?
A cookie is a small text-file that's saved on your computer. Cookies at Upperty.co.uk is used to save settings and information to enable our customers to complete purchases. Cookies can also be uset to track a user on Upperty.co.uk.
There a two types of cookies. The first type is saved for a longer period of time on your computer and contains information to keep track of settings you've made on Upperty.co.uk. The other type of cookie is a so called session-cookie. Session cookies are only saved temporary. Session cookies are deleted when you close your browser.
Cookies at Upperty.co.uk
Upperty.co.uk uses both types of cookies described above. In these cookies we save ID:s to link your computer to your shopping cart, and to remember which version of the site you're using (man/woman). Cookies are also used for anonymous statistics. No cookies we save contains any personal information.
If you don't want cookies being saved on your computer you can turn them off in your browser settings. However this will drastically reduce the functionality of Upperty.co.uk.