1. Presentation of our website
In compliance with French Act No. 2004-2005 dated June 21, 2004, for trust in the digital economy, our website, designed by Australie, provides the public with information about our company.
This information may be modified. We therefore invite you to consult our legal notice as often as possible.
The https://trustone.fr website belongs to TRUSTONE – SASU headquartered at the following address: 79 bis avenue Marceau 75116 Paris
Read more at https://www.societe.com/societe/trustone-832755144.html.
Natural or artificial person, Mr. Jean-Philippe Küss is responsible for the publication. His email address is as follows: email@example.com
The webmaster, Australie, is in charge of the administration of the site. Its email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The https://trustone.fr website is hosted by Celeonet. Its head office is located at the following address: 70 Rue Berthie Albrecht, 94400 Vitry-sur-Seine
2. General conditions of use of the website and services proposed
By using our https://trustone.fr website, you fully and entirely accept the conditions of use specified in our legal notice. Accessible to all types of visitors, it is important to note however that TRUSTONE may decide to take down the website for maintenance. The dates and times of any downtime will however be specified beforehand to users.
3. Products or services proposed by trustone.fr
In line with its communications policy, the https://trustone.fr website aims to inform users about services provided by TRUSTONE, which will strive to provide accurate information about its activity. However, inaccuracies or omissions can arise: the company may under no circumstances be held liable for any mistakes occurring on the https://trustone website.
4. Contractual limitations
The information transcribed on our website, https://trustone, is the result of a high-quality approach, with a view to guaranteeing its reliability. However, we cannot be held liable if technical inaccuracies were to arise in our explanations.
If you observe an error regarding any information we may have omitted, please do not hesitate to inform us by email at email@example.com
Any links directly or indirectly leading to or from our website, https://trustone.fr, do not fall under our company’s control. We therefore cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information posted on these other websites.
5. Intellectual property and website content
The editorial content of the https://trustone website belongs exclusively to TRUSTONE. All copyright violations are governed by article L.355-2 of the French Intellectual Property Code, incurring a possible 2-year prison sentence and €150,000 fine.
The https://trustone website may not be incriminated in the case of offensive, racist, defamatory or pornographic opinions expressed in its interactive forums. The company also reserves the right to delete any content contrary to the values of the company or legislation applicable in France.
When browsing on the https://trustone website, users also accept the possible installation of cookies on their computer.
6. Personal data, respect of your private life and freedom
Any information gathered on the https://trustone website, for example in the contact form, is used for the purposes of our platform.
TRUSTONE shall refrain from transferring any information regarding the users of its website in any way whatsoever (sale, exchange, loan, rental, donation).
Pursuant to the “Informatique et Libertés” (Data Protection) Act dated 6 January 1978, amended in 2004, users are entitled to a right of access to and rectification of the information regarding them. They may claim this right at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail at the following address: 72 AVENUE DE WAGRAM 75017 PARIS.
7. Applicable law
The https://trustone website is governed by French law, namely Act no. 2004-2005 dated June 21, 2004 to build confidence in the digital economy, article L.335-2 of the Intellectual Property Code and the “Informatique et Libertés” (Data Protection) Act dated January 6, 1978, amended in 2004.