LEGAL MENTIONS

WEBSITE PUBLISHER

TEEZILY SAS (société par actions simplifiée [simplified joint stock company]) with a capital of €5,500, identified at the RCS (Registre du commerce et des sociétés [Trade and Companies Register]) of Paris under number 797 742 681, whose registered office is located at 6 rue Léon Cogniet 75017 Paris, FRANCE.

Intracommunity VAT number: FR 17797742681

Phone numbers:

  • FR = 01 72 30 10 10
  • US = (646) 741 - 2095
  • UK = 020 3868 8072
  • ES = 911 23 58 97
  • CA = 438 800 - 4798
  • AT = (0) 7 2022 9043
  • AU = 283 107 934
  • CH = 022 518 74 96
  • IT = 02 8295 0976
  • BE = 025 88 41 69
  • DE = 89 380 35 647
  • NL = (020) 808 19 53
Publication manager:
Mr Charles DILASSER
Website host:
ONLINE SAS, SAS [simplified joint stock company] with a capital of €214,410.50, subsidiary of the ILIAD group, identified at the RCS of Paris under number RCS PARIS B 433 115 904.
Contact:
ONLINE SAS BP 438 75366 PARIS CEDEX 08
0899 173 788 (€1.35 per call then €0.34/min, price applicable for France).

CONTENT REPORTING

Teezily is simply a platform bringing together designers and buyers. Teezily is not under any circumstances the designer of the items offered, which are the work of independent professionals or individuals. According to our general terms of use, these designers offer visual designs in accordance with the applicable regulations and own all the necessary rights to display them online.

So, if despite our best efforts, you think that a visual does not meet these conditions, please contact us by email at the following address: [email protected]

SAFETY

The TEEZILY company applies a safety process for access to the Teezily Service in accordance with professional standards. SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is the adopted standard.

TEEZILY ensures the technical maintenance of the Teezily Service and makes regular technical updates. Content updates are made gradually to take account of changes in Product Campaigns and sales. However, TEEZILY’s liability may not be invoked if the TEEZILY Service is disrupted due to breakdowns or maintenance operations.

DATA PROCESSING AND FREEDOM

Users are invited to refer to the "Confidentiality Charter".

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

The structure, technology, file system configuration, tools used for the design, development and operation of the Teezily Service, and all elements presented on the Teezily Service (especially names, designs, models, photographs, logos, data, database, etc.) are the exclusive property of the TEEZILY company and are protected by intellectual property law, especially copyright, the sui generis database right, trademark law and the protection of know-how.

Original Designs are the property of the Designers.

The total or partial reproduction of the Teezily Service or any one of its elements as well as the Designs and other works referred to above, on any medium whatsoever, without the prior, written consent of the TEEZILY company or of the Designers with regard to the Designs, is strictly prohibited. Failing this, the Customers and/or Users concerned will be subject to civil and criminal legal action by TEEZILY and/or the Designers.

DISPUTES

For any issues and/or complaints, users may contact the TEEZILY company whose contact details are:

TEEZILY Customer Service
19 rue de Ponthieu
75008 Paris
France
[email protected]
+33 172 301 010
(From 9:00 am to 7:00 pm from Monday to Friday)

Content reporting and moderation of the Site and Campaigns:
[email protected]

Despite the utmost care exercised by the TEEZILY company in its activities, if an amicable solution cannot be reached in the event of a dispute, in accordance with article L.133-4 of the French Consumer Code, the user may have recourse, free of charge, to a conventional mediation procedure or any other alternative method of settling disputes. It may notably apply to:

Médicys
73 bd de Clichy
75009 Paris
+33 149 701 593
[email protected] ; www.medicys.fr

Consumers may also consult the European platform for settling disputes: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr/

If the dispute cannot be resolved amicably, and only after this attempt, the French courts will have sole jurisdiction.