Please read and understand the requirements noted and listed in the first two paragraphs above. Also:
To receive refund to your method of payment, item(s) must be received within 30 days of your receipt.
Please mail returns to the following address: Dirty-Doe Clothing, P.O. Box XXX Glendale, AZ 85308
Since UPS and FedEx do not deliver to post office (P.O) boxes, we recommend that you return items via USPS priority so that you may track your package.
Please read and understand the requirements noted and listed in the first two paragraphs above. Please note that to qualify for an exchange, item(s) must be sent to Dirty-Doe Clothing within 60 days of your receipt. Also:
Check Dirty-Doe Clothing website to verify desired exchange item is in stock: www.dirty-doe.com .
On a copy of the original invoice, indicate your reason for the item(s) return and the action you request― exchange or refund.
Provide your contact information.
For all U.S. exchanges, include $5.00 check or money order for return shipping.
If you wish to pay by credit card, please provide your phone number and we will call you for your credit card information.
5. If you would like to exchange your item for an item of lesser value, we will
automatically refund the difference to your method of payment.
6. For item(s)of greater value, please include your telephone number so that we may call you for additional payment information.
EXTENDED RETURN/EXCHANGE POLICY
All items discounted over 50% off MSRP or marked as FINAL SALE are excluded from our return policy.
Shipping charges are not refundable.
Customer is responsible for return shipping.
All exchanges must to be mailed to the following address: Dirty-Doe Clothing: 4410 West Union Hills Drive, Suite 7; Glendale, AZ 85308
Shipping and handling charges are not refundable.
Please note that UPS and FedEx do not deliver to post office boxes.
With exception of Final Sales, as noted previously, all orders are subject to 30-day for return, and 60-day for exchange. These periods begin on the date that the shipping carrier (i.e. USPS) records delivery of the package.