Article 8- Payment

  1. 1. Payability

The price is payable in full after confirmation of the order.

Excluding the sums paid which are reimbursed in the event of unavailability of the product ordered under the conditions provided for in article 3-4 of the GCS, any sum paid in advance of the price produces interest at the legal rate at the expiry of a period of three months from the payment until the delivery of the product or, failing that, the return of the sum paid with the order (C. consom., art. L. 214 and s.; former Consumer Code, art. L. 131-1).

Payment is made immediately upon ordering via the payment method chosen by the customer. He has the choice between:

  • Paypal secure payment platform
  • the Stripe secure payment platform for payments by credit card: Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
  1. 2. Additional payment

Article L. 121-18 of the Consumer Code (former Consumer Code, art. L. 114-1)

Prior to the conclusion of a contract of sale or provision of services, the trader shall ensure the express consent of the consumer for any additional payment added to the price of the main object of the contract. In the event that the additional payment results from the consumer's consent given by default, i.e. in the absence of express opposition on his part to paid options that he has not requested, the consumer may claim reimbursement of the sums paid for this additional payment.

Article L. 131-6 of the Consumer Code (former Consumer Code, art. L. 114-2)

  1. 3 . Default of payment

The seller reserves the right, when the agreed price is not paid on the due date, either to request the execution of the sale, or to terminate the contract by simple registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt and to keep , as compensation, the deposit paid on the order.