Site security Watchmaker-paris.com is an everyday work of teams dedicated to this specific topic.
To provide our members with the necessary security while preserving the usual conveniences of navigation, several devices are in place today.
According to law, the site-paris.com watchmaker has been declared to the CNIL (Commission Nationale Informatique and Freedoms).
All information provided when you visit watch-paris.com are strictly confidential. watch-paris.com committed to respecting the privacy of your personal data and to treat them in accordance with the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978.
These data will be used by our internal departments to process your order and to customize and enhance communication including letters / emails and information as part of customizing the website based on your stated preferences.
Watchmaker-paris.com informs you that it may disclose your data to ensure the delivery of orders by its service providers, some aspects of the service, and to achieve satisfaction surveys.
When creating or viewing your account, you can choose to receive:
- from Watchmaker-paris.com or its subsidiaries and information business proposals from its partners and this through sending emails
- offers sent directly by trading partners Watchmaker-paris.com or its affiliates
In addition, under the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, you have a right of access, a right to oppose, the right to correct and / or removal for your information . You can exercise them by sending your application (including your email address, name, mailing address) by e-mail to contact (at) watch-paris (dot) com or by mail to the following address: watch-paris.com / Fields of Gold, 6, Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 75008 Paris.
For transaction security, watchmaker-paris.com has appealed to the CIC system for remote transactions with our operators and Paypal for online transactions.
When paying your credit card information is encrypted and then transmitted as unintelligible to servers only able to decipher them. Authorizations and data are then checked with your bank to prevent abuse and fraud.
This process is based on HTTPS (SSLv3 or TLSv1 implementation over HTTP), a more robust today. Transferred via the Internet, it is impossible to read: nothing travels unencrypted over the web!
Once your payment is confirmed, your bank details are destroyed: that is why we ask every new order your card number for payment.
The rules for using credit cards require banks domiciled in France the obligation to cover the risk of fraudulent use of your card.
We remind you that you should report any fraudulent transaction at your bank or card issuer.
Your password and the links connecting the site-paris.com watch our emails are sent information unique to your attention and expressed confidence.
Emails watchmaker-paris.com, links and passwords should never be shared with others to prevent identity theft. Watchmaker-paris.com NEVER ask you your usernames and passwords, and assumes no responsibility.