GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE

 

 

 These General Terms and Conditions of Use (hereinafter the « GTCU ») apply when using the website accessible at the following address: https://salty-crew.eu

 These GTCU may be changed at any time, and the Publisher (as defined hereinafter) reserves the right to make any adaptations therein that it deems necessary for its business or compliance with changes in legislation.

The applicable GTCU are those that appear online on the day on which the User (as defined hereinafter) accesses or uses the Site, with the User acknowledging that he has read them, and declaring that he unconditionally accepts them upon his visit to the Site.

The latest updating of the GTCU occurred on the 09 May 2018

 

Article 1- Intellectual property

 

All of the audio and visual contents of the Site, particularly the texts, photographs, illustrations, images, models, trademarks and logos, as well as its menu tree, its architecture, the programming and the software used, are the property of the Publisher, the companies of the group to which it belongs, or its suppliers or licensors.

 

Therefore, any representation, reproduction, exploitation or use of these protected elements or content is strictly prohibited and may give rise to legal proceedings, unless such is authorized by the Publisher or the holders of respective rights in writing beforehand.

 

The User is solely and fully responsible for content that it puts online on the Site.

The Publisher’s liability shall not under any circumstance be invoked for any use of such content that infringes the rights of third parties.

 

Article 2- Management of the account

 

The User that creates an account for the purchase of Products on the Site is responsible for compliance with, and maintenance of, the security of this account by keeping the password strictly confidential.

 

The User controls the access to his computer or any other equipment enabling him to access the account, and is responsible for uses and purchases made with this account and/or the password, as well as for accuracy and updating of the data and information appearing on the account.

 

 

Article 3- Personal data

 

3.1- Collection of personal data

 

Personal data are data that enable identification of the User, particularly his surname and given name, telephone number, date of birth, postal and email address, and any other information concerning him.

They are collected by the Site’s Publisher when the User creates, completes or modifies his personal account on the Site or when he enters personal data for the management of his orders, when he uses a form available on the Site, or when he indicates that he wants to receive “newsletters”.

 

The principal purposes for collecting personal data are to enable the creation and management of the User’s personal account and the management of his orders in the best possible way, to transmit to him commercial information or information regarding the use of the Site, to develop business statistics and statistics about the use of the Site, and to create and manage customer and prospect files.  

 

3.2- Data processing –Confidentiality policy

 

In accordance with the Act regarding Information Technology and Individual Rights, the processing of personal data collected on the Site is subject to a declaration n° 1988110v0 to the National Commission for Information Technology and Individual Rights (known in France as CNIL).

 

The Publisher has established a confidentiality policy of such a nature as to respect the privacy of Users as well as the confidentiality and security of their personal data in connection with use of the Site.

 

However, the User’s attention is called to the fact that the transmission of personal data via the internet, by email, or by accessing the Site, cannot in any circumstance be fully secured.  Hence, the Publisher does not guarantee the absolute security of personal data transmitted by the User.

 

The Publisher’s Customer Department remains available to the User for any questions he may have regarding the confidentiality policy or the processing of personal data:

 

By telephone, Monday through Thrusday, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Friday, from 9:00 to 12:00, except on public holidays – call at the standard rate, without surcharges

 

at n° + 33 (0)5 58 49 89 71 (France, Italy, Belgium, Netherland )

at n° 900 99 33 49 (Spain)

at n° 0800 082 5886 (Germany)

at n° 0800 40 47 783 (Great Britain)

 

- By email, at the address « eu.customers@salty-crew.com

 

- By post, at the following address:

 

GLOBE EUROPE SAS

B2C Customers Service

Route de Tosse

Zone Artisanale de Laubian

40510 SEIGNOSSE

France

 

All personal data are stored by the Site’s hosting company located Shopify International Limited 2nd Floor 1-2 Victoria Buildings Haddington Road Dublin, 4 D04 XN32 IRELAND, whose contact data are indicated in Article 6 hereinafter.

 

Except in the situations specified in these GTCU, or when the disclosure of personal data is required or authorized by law, the Publisher must not disclose them, and must prevent any third parties from having access thereto.

 

The Publisher commits to refrain from transmitting any personal data to third parties for prospecting purposes

 

3.3- Storage of personal data

 

The Publisher stores the personal data that are collected on the Site as long as necessary for management of the relationship with the User or to combat fraud. However, this storage is carried out in the following manner:

 

The data regarding customers are stored for a period of 3 years, commencing to run as of the end of the business relationship, or, for prospects, as of the date of collection or of the last contact.

 

After effective payment, the data regarding the bank card are stored for 15 months for the management of any possible complaints

 

The information stored in the User’s terminal, such as cookies or any other element used for identification of the User or for traceability, is kept for 6 months

 

3.4- « Cookies »

 

The Publisher’s Site uses « cookies ».

 

« Cookies » are computer files stored on the hard drive of the User’s computer.

 

Cookies do not infringe upon the User’s privacy; they optimize and individualize the services offered to the User.

 

A User may oppose the recording of « cookies » by configuring his web browser as follows

 

Go to the start nav

Open the panel configuration

Open the Ethernet network

Option Ethernet

Sheet Confidentiality

Up the cursor to the maximum protection

And then press OK

 

Hence, a User who does not oppose this recording agrees to the use of « cookies ».

 

3.5- Rights of Users

 

In accordance with the applicable regulation (European Directive 95/46 of         24 October 1995 regarding Personal Data Protection, and Act n° 78/17 regarding Information Technology and Individual Rights, as amended by the Act of 6 August 2004 n° 2004-801, implemented by the Decree of 20 October 2005, n°2005-1309, as amended by the Decree of 25 March 2007, n° 2007-451), the User has the right to access, rectify, and oppose the use of his data.

 

The User may exercise this right at any time by contacting the Publisher as indicated in article 3.2 hereinabove.

 

Article 4- Liability

 

The Publisher takes all precautions and deploys all means to ensure the reliability of information and secured access to the Site.

 

However, the Publisher shall not be held liable for damage to property or persons related to the use of the internet network -- for example damage resulting from fraudulent acts, misappropriation, piracy, the presence of a virus, or an interruption of the web service.

That is also true with respect to damage resulting from improper use of the Site; a use that does not comply with the provisions of these GTCU; inappropriate equipment; or a situation of force majeure, for example, acts of civil or military authorities, strikes, fires, floods, water damage, storms, lightening, energy or supply shortage, accidents, riots, or attacks.

 

The Publisher disclaims all liability related to the nature or reliability of the content of third parties’ sites that are connected to the Site by hypertext links or by any other means.

 

Article 5- Applicable law - disputes

 

Use of the Site is governed by French law, except for any provisions of public policy established in the User’s country of residence.

 

The parties shall attempt to amicably resolve any disputes that might arise between them regarding the construction or execution of these GTCU.

 

In accordance with the clauses of Article L.616-1 and R.616-1 of the French Commercial Trade, any dispute arising out of the sale execution will be followed by the designated mediator:

FEVAD

60 rue de la Boetie

75008 PARIS

mediateurduecommerce@fevad.com

 

Moreover, in accordance with Article 14.1 of the EU Merger Regulation n° 524/2013, and with council communication dated May 21st 2013, you can directly reach the dispute resolution online platform under the following link : https://webgate.eu.europa.eu

 

If an amicable settlement cannot be reached, either party may initiate a contractual mediation procedure or refer the matter to the competent court.

 

Article 6- Legal information

The Site is published by GLOBE EUROPE SAS, a simplified stock corporation with capital of € 2 910 000, which has its head office at Route de Tosse Zone Artisanale de Laubian in Seignosse (40510) in France, registered in the Dax Registry of Trade and Companies under number 452281405, with intracommunity VAT number FR79452281405 (herein the « Publisher»), represented by its president, Mr. Matt HILL

 

The Head of the Site’s publication is Mr. Philippe CLARISSE

Email Address                   Philippe.C@globebrand.com

Phone number         +33 (0)5 58 49 89 70

 

The Head of the Site’s hosting is Att Data Protection Officer

Shopify International Limited 2nd Floor 1-2 Victoria Buildings Haddington Road Dublin 4, D04 XN32 IRELAND

Email Address                   privacy@shopify.com

 

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