VIAPOST – LLC with a capital of €35,537,000 – RCS CRÉTEIL 493 255 848 – SIRET: 49325584800050
RCS PARIS 493 255 848 – SIRET 493 255 848 00043
Head office: 67 Avenue de Fontainebleau, 94270 Le Kremlin-Bicêtre
Phone: +331 45 59 70 00 – Fax: +331 53 46 16 01
Publication director: Arnaud SAINT GUILHEM
Conception du site : Net Concept
Hébergement du site : Net Concept
Maintenance du site : Net Concept
1/ Acceptance of website terms and conditions of use
By accessing the site, the user is deemed to have accepted without restriction the provisions stipulated hereafter regarding navigation and use of the site.
2/ Content of the site
Website content is for informational purposes only. As a result, it can in no way be considered to constitute a contractual offer. Viapost reserves the right to change or update, at any time and without notice, the contents of its website and cannot be held liable for the potential consequences of these changes.
3/ Intellectual property
The contents—namely the texts, drawings, illustrations and icons appearing on the site—are protected by intellectual property rights and are the exclusive property of Viapost and/or its partners if relevant. As such, the user agrees not to download, extract, store, use, copy, sell, communicate, represent, distribute, adapt or borrow (non-exhaustive list) any of the content of the services protected by intellectual property law, directly or indirectly, on any type of medium, by any means or in any form whatsoever, without the express authorization of Viapost and/or of its partners. In particular, brands appearing on the site are protected brands of Viapost and/or of its partners, where applicable. Any reproduction or use of these brands is strictly prohibited. No license or permission to use any intellectual property right is granted to the user. Parties responsible for a breach of these provisions shall be subject to the criminal and civil penalties provided for in the applicable legislation.
When logging onto the site, non-confidential information can be temporarily saved in the memory or the hard drive of website users to facilitate browsing. Acceptance of cookies is activated by default on most browsers. Access to certain pages of the site may be interrupted if this feature is deactivated. Users recognize that they have been informed of this practice and authorize Viapost to employ cookies. The user may oppose the saving of cookies by configuring the browser as follows: If using Mozilla Firefox: select the “Tool” menu then “Options”/Click on the “privacy” icon/Find the “cookie” menu and select the option that suits the user. If using Microsoft Internet Explorer: select the “Tools” menu, then “Internet Options/Click on the “Confidentiality” tab/Select the level required using the cursor. If using Opera 6.0 or higher: choose “File” > Preferences/Privacy
5/ Personal information
Viapost does not collect personal information through its contact form. No data are stored. They are only sent via email and used to help satisfy the needs of website users.
6/ Hypertext links
Hypertext links to this website cannot be created without the prior written permission of Viapost, which can be revoked at any time. In any case, all sites with a hypertext link to this website are not controlled by Viapost, which declines responsibility for their content. The user takes sole responsibility for using them.
It is the responsibility of the user of this website to take all appropriate measures to protect his/her own data and/or software from contamination by any online viruses. Generally speaking, Viapost may not be held liable for any damage to the user occurring while viewing this website. The user is solely liable for the use made of the features offered by the website. The user must comply with all rulings and laws in force in particular concerning the handling of personal information. The user agrees not to involve Viapost in any distribution contrary to the law and which in particular may compromise its image. The user agrees not to send any messages liable to harm minors or, more generally, which are contrary to the law. The user is solely liable for the identity that he/she uses for the messages that he/she sends.
Seeking to allow as many people as possible to use its website, regardless of any handicap, of the browser they use, or of their geographic location, Viapost has chosen to comply with the usual standards of accessibility: alternative text for images; use of relative text size throughout the site; compatibility with text-based browsers; and site optimization for Internet Explorer 8 and higher, Mozilla Firefox 25 and higher, Chrome 33 and higher, and Safari 7 and higher—without no effect on graphic design. The site has been designed using Responsive Design so that it is accessible and legible regardless of the size of the screen used. If, despite our efforts, you experience difficulties viewing our site, let us know.