Terms and Conditions of UNI-Presse sales
These general terms and conditions apply to all the commercial goods and services offered by UNI-Presse in relation to the subscriptions.
By using the services offered by uni-presse.fr the client agrees to be bound by the following terms and conditions :
The prices are indicated in Euros, and are tax inclusive. UNI-Presse applies different prices depending on the country to which the subscription is delivered; France; EEC (except France); other countries. Our prices include packing and shipping. All orders, regardless of their country of origin, are payable in Euros. UNI-Presse reserves the right to alter prices at any moment.
Our offers are subject to availability from the publisher. Orders are effected by completing all the required fields on-line order form.
The order form can be sent to us via our website : firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment is made by credit card at moment of order. The uni-presse.fr is protected by a security system. You can verify that the security system is active by consulting the URL (the address of the web-page in your browser's navigation bar) because instead of being [http] it will be [https].
UNI-Presse operates a secure site. In addition to the industry-standard SSL encryption, we use further encryption processes to guarantee, to the best of our ability, the sensitive data related to on-line payment.
The products will be sent to the delivery address you put on the order form. You will receive your first issue between four and eight weeks after confirmation of your subscription, depending on who the publisher is, the country to which it is posted, and the number of issues per year. UNI-Presse guarantees to transmit your order to the relevant publishers immediately, but cannot be held accountable for the publishers' timetable.
6/ Satisfaction, or your money back
You can cancel your order and claim a refund within seven days, effective from the date of placing your order.
Refunds will be made no later than 30 days after receipt of your request for refund. The refund will be made either by crediting your bank account, or by sending a cheque made payable to the name of the person who made the order and only to the address given on the order. UNI-Presse reserves the right to choose between these methods of repayment.
In no circumstances is reimbursement in cash is possible.
7/ Subscription service
UNI-Presse is at your service for any questions relating to your subscriptions. When making an enquiry, please quote your name, your address and your subscriber number.
telephone : +33 (0)1 42 78 37 72 (subscription service) from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
fax : +33 (0)1 42 78 06 57
post : UNI-Presse - 112, rue Réaumur - 75080 Paris Cedex 02 - FRANCE
All the texts, pictures and illustrations which appear on the uni-presse.fr site are protected by copyright and intellectual property right for the whole world. Only personal, private use, is permitted, in strict accordance with the terms of International Copyright and Intellectual Property Law. Any other use, without explicit permission in writing from UNI-Presse is illegal, and is liable to prosecution under the terms of the Law. Reprinting the UNI-Presse catalogue, in whole or in part, is strictly forbidden.
9/ Jurisdiction and litigation
This contract is to be interpreted according to French law.
In the event of litigation, the case can be heard only by French tribunals.
10/ Your personal information
The information which we ask you to furnish is limited to what is needed to process your order fully and completely. This information will be shared with the publisher(s) of the magazine(s) to which you subscribe. Under the terms of French Law concerning freedom of information (Loi Informatique et Libertés, January 6, 1978), you have the right to consult and if necessary correct this information: simply address your request either to the publisher(s) of the magazine(s) to which you are subscribed; or to the Customer Service Department of UNI-Presse, 112 rue Réaumur, 75080 Paris Cedex 02, FRANCE.
11/ Information on the operation of the site
Whenever anyone browses the UNI-Presse website, a small text file of information is attached to the hard drive of the user’s computer. This is known as a "cookie". A cookie does not contain any personal information. A cookie records information about the user’s computer, operating system, browser, and how the user navigates the UNI-Presse site. The cookie is also sent back to the originating server, where it is used to facilitate the way the browser interacts with the site. For example, cookies enable the operation of the shopping cart.
• Identify the browser and to access the information relating to that browser’s account with UNI-Presse (as archived on the UNI-Presse terminals), so as to be able to improve the service offered. These cookies are activated whenever a person first subscribes or makes a subsequent visit to the UNI-Presse site, and they are changed whenever that person disconnects.
• Measure web traffic on the UNI-Presse website and its audience share. Each person who subscribes or connects to the site is attributed a unique cookie which identifies the way he or she uses the site, and so can aid targeted marketing of services likely to interest that person
• Measure the audience share of those who advertise on the UNI-Presse site
• Measure the way a subscriber navigates, the websites visited, and other general information about Internet use
UNI-presse reserves the right to implant cookies on the hard disk of any browser who links to the UNI-Presse website, in order to register information relating to the way that person navigates the site.
Cookies cannot be used to read information contained in other files on the browser’s computer. Most browser programs offer the possibility to delete cookies, to block their use, or to launch a warning message whenever an attempt is made to download a cookie to their computer.
Should the person browsing refuse to accept cookies, this can interfere with the operation of our site.
UNI-Presse can use the information gathered from cookies, in certain cases, in ways which are generic and not personal. For example, to identify: the browser program being used; the operating system; the domain name of the website used to connect to the UNI-Presse site.
Whenever anyone visits the UNI-Presse site, this leaves non-personal information in what are called log files, which are then used to program the presentation of the site’s editorial and promotional content. This information is stored on the UNI-Presse server, but only for the duration of the current visit; they cannot then be used for any subsequent visits.