Ordering products
After placing an order, you will receive an email from us acknowledging that we have safely received it. This does not mean that your order has been accepted. All orders are subject to acceptance by us, and we will send you a second email to confirm acceptance and dispatch of your order. The contract between us (Contract) will only be made when we send you this email to confirm acceptance and dispatch. Only those products listed in the email as being dispatched will be included in the Contract

All items are subject to stock availability. We will inform you as soon as possible if all the products in your order are not available and we will cancel your order. If only some of the products in your order are available this will be explained in your acceptance and dispatch email. If you pay by credit, debit card we will not charge you for products which are not available. If you pay using PayPal, any payment made for products which are not available will be credited back to your PayPal account, .
Ordering errors
You are able to make changes to your order up to the point at which you click on the “submit order” button on the Payment & Confirm section of the checkout process
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Please note that there are cases when an order cannot be processed for various reasons. The Site reserves the right to refuse or cancel any order for any reason at any given time. You may be asked to provide additional verifications or information, including but not limited to phone number and address, before we accept the order.

We are determined to provide the most accurate pricing information on the Site to our users; however, errors may still occur, such as cases when the price of an item is not displayed correctly on the website. As such, we reserve the right to refuse or cancel any order. In the event that an item is mispriced, we may, at our own discretion, either contact you for instructions or cancel your order and notify you of such cancellation.

We shall have the right to refuse or cancel any such orders whether or not the order has been confirmed and your credit card charged.

about compliance with UK law
Items sold with labels cut or removed are not done so because they are ‘fakes’ the labels have to be cut, blacked out or removed to comply with re-sale law & to stop store returns in the UK
Many bargains can be had, buying this way.
Wholesalers buy up any ‘late orders’ ‘cancelled orders’
These are then sold on in smaller batches & you will find them on eBay, Amazon, Markets etc,Perfectly legal.
Some retailers insist the whole label is cut out and no reference made to its name ,others want it snipped.
1) topshop will order 10,000 jumpers from manufacturer
2) to allow for damaged etc. items the manufacturer will produce 12,000 jumpers
3) they then give topshop their 10,000, but now say they have 1,200 let from the 12,000.
4) topshop dont want them and as they are styled for Topshop and labelled they can not sell to other retailers.
5) they will remove the labels from the 1.200 garments and then sell these to clearance houses/wholesalers as top shop seconds at a reduced cost
6) these will then be sold to market traders/eBay sellers.
this does not just happen with clothes it happens with everything.
Hope this helps to clarify .