Presentation of our website
In compliance with law n° 2004-2005 of 21st June 2004 for building confidence in the digital economy, our website created by SAS CHARGEUR PLUS, owner of the www.chargeurplus.com website, makes all information concerning our company available to the public. This information may be modified, we therefore encourage you to consult our legal notice as often as possible, in order to stay updated. The www.chargeurplus.com website belongs to SAS Chargeur Plus, the headquarters is located at 3 rue Jacques de Vaucanson 17180 PERIGNY.
As an individual or legal entity, Cécile VALIN is responsible for publication and her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terms and conditions of use of the site and proposed services
In using our www.chargeurplus.com website, you fully and completely accept the terms and conditions mentioned in our legal notice. The website is accessible to all types of visitors and it is important to mention that SAS Chargeur Plus can, at any moment, decide to interrupt the site for maintenance purposes. Dates and times of this interruption shall however be provided for users on the site prior to maintenance.
Products or services proposed by chargeurplus.com
In accordance with the communication policy, the www.chargeurplus.com website has the purpose of informing users of the services proposed by SAS CHARGEUR PLUS, who strive to provide precise information regarding their activity. However, there may be some errors or omissions and the company can in no case be held responsible for any error present on the www.chargeurplus.com website.
The information given on our www.chargeurplus.com website is subject to quality controls in order to ensure it is reliable. However, we cannot be held liable in the case of technical errors in our explanations. If you notice an error in the information we have given, please do not hesitate to inform us by email at email@example.com. Our company cannot control the direct and indirect links to and from our www.chargeurplus.com website. Consequently, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information given on these other websites. Using HTML technology, the chargeur-frontal-plus.fr website cannot be held liable in the event of damage to equipment, linked to use of the site. The same applies to any consequence linked to using the www.chargeurplus.com website, whether it be direct or indirect (fault, incompatibility, virus, market loss, etc.).
Intellectual property and the content of the website
SAS CHARGEUR PLUS is solely responsable for the editorial content of the www.chargeurplus.com website. Any copyright violation shall be sanctioned in accordance with article L.335-2 of the French Intellectual Property Code, with an applicable penalty of 2 years imprisonment and a €150,000 fine. The www.chargeurplus.com website cannot be held liable for abusive language, racist, slanderous or pornographic remarks, discussions in the interactive areas. The company reserves the right to remove any content which is considered against the values of the company or applicable French legislation. While browsing the chargeur-frontal-plus.fr website, the user also accepts any necessary cookies be stored on their computer.
Personal data, respecting your privacy and your freedom
Any information collected on the www.chargeurplus.com website is done so for the needs of our own platform, such as for the order form or request to subscribe to the Newsletter. You can unsubscribe to the Newsletter by using the link at the bottom of the page. SAS CHARGEUR PLUS guarantees that user information will not be passed on to third parties, in any case (sale, exchange, loan, rental, donation).
In accordance with the Data Protection Act of the 6th January 1978 modified in 2004, the user has the right to access and modify any of their own personal data, at any time by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by posting their request to the following address: 3 rue Jacques de Vaucanson 17180 PERIGNY.
Applicable law and laws concerned
The www.chargeurplus.com website is governed by French law and in particular law n° 2004-2005 of the 21st June 2004 for building confidence in the digital economy, article L.335-2 of the French Intellectual Property Code and the Data Protection Act of the 6th January 1978 modified in 2004.