Terms & Conditions of Use
These terms and conditions are intended to define the terms and conditions of use of the services offered on the site (hereinafter: the "Services"), as well as to define the rights and obligations of the parties in this context.
In particular, they are accessible and printable at any time by a direct link at the bottom of the site's homepage.
They may be supplemented, where appropriate, by conditions of use specific to certain Services. In case of contradiction, the special conditions take precedence over these general terms and conditions
2. Services Operator
The Services are operated by The Pure Case, SAS with a share capital of 100 euros, registered with the RCS of Paris under number 882 935 703, whose head office is located at 14T avenue Bosquet, 75007 Paris (hereinafter referred to as: "The Pure Case").
The Pure Case can be contacted at the following coordinates:
Postal address: 14T avenue Bosquet, 75007
E-mail address: email@example.com
3. Access to the Site and Services
The Services are accessible, subject to the restrictions provided on the website:
- To any natural person with full legal capacity to commit to these terms and conditions. A natural person who does not have full legal capacity may only access the Site and the Services with the consent of his legal representative;
- To any legal person acting through a natural person having the legal capacity to contract on behalf of and for the account of the legal person.
4. Acceptance of general conditions
Acceptance of these terms and conditions is indicated by a check box in the registration form. This acceptance can only be full and complete. Any membership subject to reservation is considered null and void. Users who do not agree to be bound by these terms and conditions must not use the Services.
5. Registration on the site
The User warrants that all information given in the delivery form is accurate, up-to-date and truthful and is not misleading.
6. Paid Products
The prices of the Products are indicated on the site. Unless otherwise stated, they are expressed in euros and all French taxes included. The Pure Case reserves the right, at its discretion and according to the terms of which it will be the only judge, to propose promotional offers or price reductions.
6.2 Price revision
The price of Services may be subject to revision by the The Pure Case at any time, at his discretion.
The User who does not accept the new prizes must terminate his use of the Services in accordance with the terms set out in article 17 "Duration of services, unsubscription". Otherwise, it will be deemed to have accepted the new rates.
The Products are the subject of invoices which are communicated to the User by any useful means.
6.4 Terms of payment
The terms of payment for the price of the Products are described on the site. Payment is made by direct debit from the credit or debit card number of the User. The levy is implemented by the payment provider designated on the site (Stripe), which alone retains the bank details of the User for this purpose. The Pure Case does not keep any bank details.
The User guarantees to The Pure Case that he has the necessary authorizations to use the chosen method of payment. He undertakes to take the necessary measures so that the automatic deduction of the price of the Services can be made.
6.5 Delays and payment incidents
The User is informed and expressly agrees that any delay in payment of all or part of an amount due on its due date will automatically and without prior notice:
(i) The forfeiture of the term of all sums due by the User and their immediate payment;
(ii) The immediate suspension of the Services in process until the full payment of all the sums due by the User;
(iii) The billing to the benefit of The Pure Case of a late interest rate of 10% (ten percent) the rate of legal interest, based on the amount of all the sums due by the User.
The User acknowledges and expressly agrees that the data collected on the site and on the IT equipment of The Pure Case is evidence of the reality of the operations carried out in the context of these presents;
8. Obligations of the User
Without prejudice to the other obligations provided for herein, the User undertakes to respect the following obligations:
8.1 The User agrees, in his use of the Services, to respect the laws and regulations in force and not to infringe the rights of third parties or public order.
8.2 The User is informed and accepts that the implementation of the Services requires that he is connected to the Internet and that the quality of the Services depends directly on this connection, for which he is solely responsible.
8.3 The User undertakes to provide The Pure Case with all the information necessary for the proper execution of the Services. More generally, the User agrees to cooperate actively with The Pure Case for the proper execution of these.
8.4 The User is informed and agrees that the implementation of the Services requires that he be connected to the Internet and that the quality of the Services depends directly on this connection, for which he is solely responsible.
9. User warranty
The User warrants The Pure Case against any complaints, claims, actions and / or any claims that The Pure Case may suffer as a result of the breach by the User of any of its obligations or guarantees under these terms and conditions.
He undertakes to indemnify The Pure Case for any loss he may suffer and to pay him any costs, charges and / or convictions that he may have to bear as a result.
10. Prohibited Behaviour
10.1 Users are strictly prohibited from copying and / or misappropriating the concept, technologies or any other element of The Pure Case's website for their own purposes or those of third parties.
10.2 The following are also strictly prohibited: (i) any behavior likely to interrupt, suspend, slow down or prevent the continuity of the Services, (ii) any intrusions or attempted intrusions into the The Pure Case systems, (iii) any misappropriation of resources. system of the site, (iv) any actions likely to impose a disproportionate burden on the infrastructure of the latter, (v) any breaches of the security and authentication measures, (vi) any acts likely to infringe the rights and financial, commercial or moral interests of the The Pure Case or the users of his site, and finally more generally (vii) any breach of the present general conditions.
11. Penalties for breaches
In case of breach of any of the provisions of these terms and conditions or more generally, violation of laws and regulations in force by a User, The Pure Case reserves the right to take any appropriate measure including:
(i) Suspend or terminate access to, or participation in, the Services of the User, the perpetrator of the breach or offense,
(ii) Publish on the site any information message that The Pure Case deems useful,
(iii) Notify any relevant authority,
(iv) Initiate any legal action.
12. Liability and Guarantee of The Pure Case
12.1 The Pure Case undertakes to provide the Services diligently and in accordance with the rules of art, being specified that it weighs on it an obligation of means, to the exclusion of any obligation of result, which the Users recognize and expressly accept.
12.2 The Pure Case undertakes to carry out regular checks to verify the functioning and accessibility of the site. As such, The Pure Case reserves the right to temporarily interrupt access to the site for maintenance reasons. Similarly, The Pure Case cannot be held responsible for temporary difficulties or impossibilities of access to the site due to external circumstances, force majeure, or due to disruption of telecommunication networks.
12.3 The Pure Case does not warrant to Users (i) that the Services, subject to constant research to improve performance and progress, will be completely free from errors, defects or defects, (ii) that the Services, being standard and not proposed for the sole purpose of a given User according to his own personal constraints, will specifically meet his needs and expectations.
12.4 In any event, the liability that may be incurred by The Pure Case under the terms hereof is expressly limited to proven direct damages suffered by the User.
13. Intellectual Property
The systems, software, structures, infrastructures, databases and contents of all kinds (texts, images, visuals, music, logos, brands, database, etc ...) exploited by The Pure Case within the site are protected by all rights intellectual property rights or the rights of database producers in force. All disassembly, decompilation, deciphering, extractions, reuse, copies and more generally, all acts of reproduction, representation, distribution and use of any of these elements, in whole or in part, without the authorization of The Pure Case are strictly prohibited and may be subject to prosecution.
14. Personal data
The Pure Case practices a policy of protection of personal data whose characteristics are explained in the document entitled "Confidentiality Charter" or “Legal Notices”, which the User is expressly invited to read on the site.
The Pure Case reserves the right to insert on any page of the site and in any communication to Users any advertising or promotional messages in a form and under conditions of which The Pure Case will be the sole judge.
16. Links and third party sites
The Pure Case is also not responsible for transactions between the User and any advertiser, professional or merchant (including any partners) to which the User would be directed through the site and cannot under any circumstances to be party to any potential disputes with these third parties concerning in particular the delivery of products and / or services, the guarantees, declarations and any other obligations to which these third parties are bound.
17. Duration of Newsletter, unsubscription
Newsletter are underwritten for an indefinite period. The User may unsubscribe from the Newsletter at any time, by sending a request to this effect to The Pure Case by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The unsubscription is effective immediately.
The Pure Case reserves the right to modify at any time these terms and conditions. The User will be informed of these modifications by any useful means. Any User who uses the Services subsequent to the entry into force of the modified terms and conditions is deemed to have accepted such changes.
In the event of a translation of these terms into one or more languages, the language of interpretation will be the French language in the event of contradiction or dispute over the meaning of a term or a provision.
20. Applicable law and jurisdiction
These general conditions are governed by French law. After an attempt to reach an amicable agreement and in the event of any dispute as to the validity, interpretation and / or execution of these general terms and conditions, the parties agree that the courts of Paris shall have exclusive jurisdiction to judge, except in the case of contrary imperative procedure.
These terms and conditions came into effect on May 5, 2020.
General Terms and Conditions of Sale
These terms and conditions of sale are concluded on the one hand by SAS The Pure Case with capital of 100 euros whose head office is located at 14Tavenue Bosquet, 75007, registered with the RCS of Paris under the number 882 935 703 hereinafter referred to as "The Pure Case" and on the other hand, by any natural or legal person wishing to make a purchase via the website of "The Pure Case" hereinafter referred to as "the buyer".
The present conditions of sale aim to define the contractual relations between The Pure Case SAS and the purchaser and the conditions applicable to any purchase made through the partner The Pure Case's website, whether the buyer is professional or private.
The acquisition of a service through this site implies an unconditional acceptance by the buyer of these terms of sale. These conditions of sale shall prevail over all other general or special conditions not expressly approved by The Pure Case SAS.
The Pure Case SAS reserves the right to modify its conditions of sale at any time. In this case, the conditions applicable will be those in force on the date of the order by the buyer.
2. Characteristics of services offered
The products offered are those presented on the website www.thepurecase.com and each product is accompanied by a description. The photographs in the product sheets are used only to illustrate the service.
The prices listed in the product sheets are prices including VAT in euros taking into account the VAT applicable on the day of the order in France. Any change in the rate may be reflected in the price of the products or services.
The Pure Case SAS reserves the right to modify its prices at any time, it being understood however that the prices appearing in the product page on the day of the order will be the only one applicable to the buyer.
4. Terms of purchase
The buyer who wants to buy a product must:
- fill the basket online by adding the wanted products,
- indicate all the requested delivery and identity details,
- validate the order after checking it,
- make the payment in the prescribed conditions,
- confirm the order and payment.
The confirmation of the order implies acceptance of these conditions of sale, the acknowledgment of having perfect knowledge and waiver of its own conditions of purchase or other conditions. All data provided and the recorded confirmation will be worth proof of the transaction. Confirmation will be worth signing and acceptance of transactions.
Buyers do not benefit from a withdrawal period, insofar as the products sold on The Pure Case SAS.
6. Terms of payment
Payments will be made by credit or debit card. They will be made through the secure system developed by Stripe or via PayPal. The buyer's account will only be debited for the amount of products or services purchased.
Once the transaction is made on www.thepurecase.com, an e-mail is automatically sent to the buyer including the summary of his order.
In the online sales process, The Pure Case SAS is held only by an obligation of means.
It can not be held liable for damage resulting from the use of the Internet such as loss of data, intrusion, viruses, service interruption or other external problems.
- Intellectual property
All elements of the SAS The Pure Case website are and remain the exclusive intellectual property of SAS The Pure Case. No one may reproduce, use, repost or use for any purpose whatsoever, even partially, elements of the site that are software, visual or sound. Any simple link or hypertext is strictly prohibited without the written and express agreement of The Pure Case SAS.
- Personal data
In accordance with the law relating to data, files and freedoms of January 6, 1978, the information of a personal nature relating to buyers may be subject to automated processing.
The Pure Case SAS reserves the right to collect information on the purchasers including by using cookies and, if it wishes, to transmit to the partners the collected information. Buyers may object to the disclosure of their details by notifying SAS The Pure Case. Similarly, users have the right to access and rectify data concerning them, in accordance with the law of January 6, 1978.
The SAS The Pure Case computerized registers will be considered by the parties as proof of communications, orders, payments and transactions between the parties.
8. Complaint and settlement of disputes
The present conditions of sale on line are subjected to the French law. All complaints must be made by e-mail to the following address: email@example.com
In case of dispute, the parties will seek an amicable agreement and if no agreement could be found, jurisdiction is assigned to the competent courts of Paris, notwithstanding plurality of defendants or warranty claim.
1. Definition and nature of personal data
When using our site, we may ask you to provide us with personal data about you. The term "personal data" refers to all data that identifies an individual, including your name, surname, pseudonym, postal and email addresses, telephone numbers, data of your transactions on the site, details of your purchases and subscriptions, credit card numbers, and any other information you choose to communicate about you.
2. Purpose of this charter
This charter is intended to inform you about the means we use to collect your personal data, in the strictest respect of your rights.
We inform you that we comply, in the collection and management of your personal data, with the law n ° 78-17 of January 6th, 1978 relating to data processing, the files and the liberties, in its current version and RGPD in effect since May 25, 2018.
3. Identity of the person responsible for data collection
The person in charge of the collection of your personal data is the The Pure Case Company, SAS, registered with the Trade and Companies Registry of Versailles under the number 882 935 703, having its registered office at 14T avenue Bosquet, 75007 Paris.
4. Collection of personal data
Your personal data are collected to fulfill one or more of the following purposes:
(i) Manage your access to certain services accessible on the site and their use, (ii) Perform the operations relating to the management of customers concerning contracts, orders, deliveries, invoices, loyalty programs, follow-up of the relationship with customers (iii) Create a file of registered members, users, customers and prospects (iv) Address newsletters, solicitations and promotional messages. In case you do not wish it, we give you the option to express your refusal on this subject when collecting your data; (v) Develop business statistics and attendance at our services, (vi) Organize contests, sweepstakes and all promotional activities, excluding online gambling submitted for the approval of the Authority of Online Games Regulation, (vii) Manage the management of the opinions of persons on products, services or (viii) Manage unpaid bills and potential litigation as to the use of our products and services, (ix) Comply with our legal and regulatory obligations.
When you collect your personal data, we inform you if certain data must be completed or optional. We also tell you what are the possible consequences of a failure to answer.
5. Recipients of collected data
The staff of our company, the services in charge of the control (auditor in particular) and our subcontractors will have access to your personal data. The public bodies may also be the addressees of your personal data, exclusively to fulfill our legal obligations, the judicial officers, the ministerial officers and the bodies responsible for collecting debts.
6. Transfer of personal data
Your personal data will not be sold, rented or exchanged for the benefit of third parties.
7. Retention period of personal data
(i) Regarding customer and prospect management data:
Your personal data will not be stored beyond the time strictly necessary to manage our business relationship with you. However, the data allowing to establish the proof of a right or a contract, to be conserved for the respect of a legal obligation, will be it for the duration envisaged by the law in force.
Regarding possible prospecting operations for customers, their data may be kept for a period of three years from the end of the business relationship.
The personal data relating to a prospect, non-client, may be kept for a period of three years from their collection or the last contact from the prospect.
At the end of this three-year period, we will be able to contact you again to find out if you wish to continue receiving commercial solicitations.
(ii) Regarding credit card data:
Financial transactions relating to the payment of purchases and fees via the site are entrusted to a payment service provider who ensures the smooth running and security.
For the purposes of the services, this payment service provider (Stripe) may be required to receive your personal data relating to your credit card numbers, which it collects and stores on their behalf and on our behalf. We do not have access to this data. To allow you to regularly make purchases or pay the fees on the site, your credit card data are kept during the time of your registration on the site and at least until you realize your last transaction. By ticking on the site the box expressly provided for this purpose, you give us your express consent for this conservation. The data relating to the visual cryptogram or CVV2, registered on your bank card, are not stored. If you refuse that your personal data relating to your credit card numbers are kept under the conditions specified above, we will not keep this data beyond the time required to complete the transaction. In any case, the data relating to these may be retained, for a proof purpose in case of possible dispute of the transaction, in intermediate archives, for the duration provided for by Article L 133-24 of the Code monetary and financial, in this case 13 months from the debit date. This period can be extended to 15 months to take into account the possibility of using debit payment cards.
(iv) Concerning the management of opposition lists to be received from prospecting:
The information allowing to take into account your right of opposition is kept at least three years from the exercise of the right of opposition.
(v) Regarding audience measurement statistics:
The information stored in the users' terminal or any other element used to identify the users and allowing their traceability or attendance will not be kept beyond 6 months.
We inform you to take all necessary precautions, organizational and technical measures to preserve the security, the integrity and the confidentiality of your personal data and in particular, to prevent that they are deformed, damaged or that unauthorized third parties have access to it. We may also use secure payment systems that comply with applicable regulations.
Cookies are text files, often encrypted, stored in your browser. They are created when the browser of a user loads a given website: the site sends information to the browser, which creates a text file. Each time the user returns to the same site, the browser retrieves this file and sends it to the server of the website.
There are two types of cookies, which do not have the same purpose: technical cookies and advertising cookies:
➢ Technical cookies are used throughout your navigation, to facilitate and perform certain functions. A technical cookie can for example be used to memorize the answers filled in a form or the user's preferences regarding the language or the presentation of a website, when such options are available.
➢ Advertising cookies may be created not only by the website on which the user browses, but also by other websites displaying advertisements, ads, widgets or other items on the displayed page. These cookies may in particular be used to carry out targeted advertising, that is to say advertising determined according to the navigation of the user.
We use technical cookies. These are stored in your browser for a period that can not exceed six months.
We do not use advertising cookies. However, if we use them in the future, we will inform you in advance and you will have the possibility if necessary to disable these cookies.
We use or may use Google Analytics which is a statistical audience analysis tool that generates a cookie to measure the number of visits to the site, the number of pages viewed and the activity of visitors. Your IP address is also collected to determine the city from which you are connecting. The shelf life of this cookie is mentioned in Article 7 "Retention period of personal data" of this charter.
We remind you for all practical purposes that you can oppose the deposit of cookies by configuring your browser. Such a refusal could however prevent the proper functioning of the site.
When you choose to communicate your personal data, you expressly consent to the collection and use of your personal data in accordance with the terms of this charter and the applicable legislation.
11. Access to your personal data
In accordance with the law n ° 78-17 of January 6th, 1978 relating to data processing, the files and the liberties, you have the right to obtain the communication and, if necessary, the correction or the suppression of the data concerning you, through online access to your file. You can also contact:
- email address: firstname.lastname@example.org - postal mail address: 14T avenue Bosquet, 75007 Paris.
It is recalled that any person may, for legitimate reasons, oppose the processing of data concerning him.
We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to modify this charter at any time, in whole or in part. These changes will come into effect as of the publication of the new charter. Your use of the site following the entry into force of these amendments will be worth recognition and acceptance of the new charter. Otherwise, if this new charter does not suit you, you will no longer have to access the site.
13. Entry into force
This charter came into force on May 5, 2020.