Terms and conditions
Article 1 – Objet
The general terms and conditions of sale described below detail the rights and obligations of the company Famous in Vogue and its customer in the context of the sale of cosmetics.
Any service performed by the company Famous in Vogue therefore implies the buyer’s unreserved adherence to these terms and conditions of sale.
Article 2 – Price
The prices of the goods sold are those in force on the day the order is taken. They are denominated in euros and calculated all taxes included.
The Famous in Vogue company grants itself the right to modify its prices at any time. However, it undertakes to invoice the products ordered at the prices indicated at the time of order registration.
In case of an order to a country other than metropolitan France, you are the importer of the product(s) concerned. Customs duties or other local taxes or import duties or state taxes may be payable. These duties and sums are not the responsibility of Famous in Vogue. They will be at your expense and are your sole responsibility, both in terms of declarations and payments to the authorities and competent bodies of your country. We advise you to inquire about these aspects with your local authorities.
As soon as you take physical possession of the ordered products, the risks of loss or damage of the products are transferred to you.
Article 3 – Terms of payment and orders
The payment of your purchases is made by credit card through the secure system Paypal or Stripe. The fact of validating your order implies for you the obligation to pay the indicated price.
You can only place an order on the website www.famousinvogue.com at any time.
Contractual information is presented in English and will be confirmed at the latest at the time of the validation of your order.
The company Famous in Vogue reserves the right not to record a payment, and not to confirm an order for any reason whatsoever, and more particularly in the event of a supply problem, or in the event of difficulty concerning the order received.
Article 4 – Validation of your order
Any order appearing on the Famous in Vogue website implies adherence to these Terms and Conditions. Any order confirmation implies your full and entire adherence to these Terms and Conditions of Sale, without exception or reservation.
All the data provided and the recorded confirmation will be worth proof of the transaction.
You declare to have perfect knowledge of them.
The confirmation of order will be worth signature and acceptance of the operations carried out.
In order to benefit from the services offered by famousinvogue.com, you must download your files on the website www.famousinvogue.com or on the email Famous in Vogue sent you. For each download and after having selected your files, you must provide a valid email address and be aware of the conditions of sale.
Once the payment has been validated, the order is confirmed and can no longer be cancelled or refunded. After validation of the payment, you will be able to download the ordered digital files.
Article 5 – Withdrawal
You acknowledge that the withdrawal period of fourteen days opened by Article L.121-20-20 of the Consumer Code can not apply, once the order has been executed by sending download links, which is equivalent to a final delivery of the product.
In case of difficulty, and in particular if you do not receive the download or online reading links on the e-mail address associated with your customer account, you can contact customer service by e-mail at the contact address indicated on the order confirmation e-mail or on the contact page.
Article 6 – Warranty
All our products benefit from the legal guarantee of conformity and the guarantee of hidden defects, provided by articles 1641 and following of the Civil Code. In case of non-conformity of a product sold, it may be refunded.
All claims must be made by email to [email protected] within 7 days of delivery.
Article 7 – Responsibility
The products offered are in conformity with the French legislation in force. Famous in Vogue cannot be held responsible in case of non-compliance with the legislation of the country where the product is delivered. It is your responsibility to check with local authorities the possibilities of importing or using the products or services you plan to order.
Finally, Famous in Vogue cannot be held responsible for any inconvenience or damage inherent to the use of the Internet, including but not limited to service interruption, external intrusion or the presence of computer viruses.
Article 8 – Applicable law in case of disputes
The language of this contract is the French language. The present conditions of sale are subject to French law. In case of dispute, the French courts will have sole jurisdiction.
Article 9 – Intellectual Property
All elements of the site www.famousinvogue.com are and remain the intellectual and exclusive property of the company Famous in Vogue. No one is authorized to reproduce, exploit, rebroadcast, or use for any purpose whatsoever, even partially, elements of the site whether software, visual or sound. Any single link or hypertext link is strictly prohibited without the express written consent of Famous in Vogue.
Article 10 – Personal data
Famous in Vogue reserves the right to collect personal information and personal data about you. They are necessary for the management of your order, as well as to improve the services and information we send you.
They can also be transmitted to companies that contribute to these relations, such as those in charge of the execution of services and orders for their management, execution, processing and payment.
This information and data is also kept for security purposes, in order to comply with legal and regulatory obligations.
In accordance with the law of January 6, 1978, you have the right to access, rectify and oppose any nominative information and personal data concerning you, directly on the website.
Article 11 – Archiving Evidence
The company Famous in Vogue will archive purchase orders and invoices on a reliable and durable support constituting a faithful copy in accordance with the provisions of Article 1348 of the Civil Code.
The computerized registers of the company Famous in Vogue will be considered by all parties concerned as proof of communications, orders, payments and transactions between the parties.