This site is the property of S.A.S.U Solex Me
Solex Me S.A.S.U. (solex-me.com)
1995 Avenue Julien Panchot
You can reach our customer service by phone from Monday to Friday from 9am to 12pm and from 1pm to 5pm at (+33) 0983 762 266 (non surcharged call)
You can reach our sales agents by e-mail at the following address email@example.com
Protection of personal data
In accordance with the law 78-17 of January 6, 1978 recast by the law 2004-801 of August 6, 2004, the collection and processing of your personal data have been declared to the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés (C.N.I.L.) under the receipt number 2115430v0. Solex Me is the sole holder of the information concerning you.
All the data that you entrust to us is for the purpose of processing your orders. Under the terms of the law n° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and liberties, you have access to the customer service of Solex Me. You have the right to access, consult, modify, rectify and delete the data that you have communicated to us.
Any order placed implies the customer's adherence, without any restriction, to Solex-me.com's General Terms and Conditions of Sale. Any dispute relating to the sale (price, GTC, product, etc.) will be subject to French law before the Commercial Court of Paris.
Solex Me can modify its rates at any time. The customer undertakes to pay the sales price in force at the time of the order entry. The payment of the order is payable in advance in one instalment when the Solex Me order form is sent.
Solex Me, a company with capital of 2,500 Euros, registered office: 1995 avenue Julien Panchot 66000 Perpignan (France), registered under number 829.788.769/00018, hereinafter referred to as "Solex Me".
Accommodation: OVH S.A.S 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix - France.
Publication manager: Batailles Gilles
Website developed by : ASCENS
Development support : Open-source solution PrestaShop™
Information on Online Dispute Resolution pursuant to Art. 14 para. 1 RLL (Online Dispute Resolution) :
The European Commission allows consumers to resolve disputes online on one of its platforms, in accordance with Art. 14 para. 1 of the RLL. The platform (https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr/main/index.cfm?event=main.home.show&lng=FR) acts as a site where consumers can try to settle out of court disputes arising from the purchase of goods or services online.