Payment modes: how to pay?
To pay for your order, you may choose among the payment modes proposed at the final validation step of the order process:
• Payment card
If you will be paying by cheque, please note that it must be issued by a bank based in metropolitan France.
An order settled by cheque will be handled when the payment is received, and the cheque will be immediately cashed. The delivery times begin on the date that this type of payment is effectively cashed.
An order settled using a payment card (Visa, Carte Bleue, MasterCard or American Express) will be charged when the parcel is sent.
Online payment: how secure is it?
By validating the order form, you certify that you possess the necessary authorisations to use the payment method that you select.
We certify that the details of the payment cards are encrypted using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol and that they are never sent across the network in unscrambled form. Payment is directly settled with the bank.
Payment in full: the principle
The order is to be paid in full at the time it is placed.
The amount paid cannot be considered a deposit.
An order will be considered paid in full when all the products are sent and you have settled all the products and their shipment in full.
Incomplete payment: what effect on the order?
We reserve the right to refuse to make a delivery or to honour an order if a previous order on your account remains to be totally or partially settled, or if a payment dispute remains to be settled.
We retain full ownership of the products for sale until the full settlement of all the amounts due when you order is placed (fees and taxes included).
However, when you receive the goods, the risk liability is transferred to you. You must therefore verify that the products are in good condition upon receipt.
In the case of retail sale, the client agrees to immediately inform the retailer by mail in order for the latter to be able to exercise, if necessary, their claim right regarding the price against the third-party purchaser, and to inform the third-party purchaser of the existence of a retention of title clause.