These are the general terms (“Terms”) of sale of the service provided, to the subscriber (“The Customer”).
The Customer : The data given when setting up a direct debit will be retained to identify the customer. Validation of the direct debit will be considered as validation of the Terms, as well as of the quote provided to the customer.
The Service Provider : The company Grenadia SAS (“the Service Provider” or “the Provider”), with a capital of 1000 €, whose registered office is at 5 avenue Ingres 75016 Paris, registered in the Trade and Companies Register of Paris under the number 80324636200039.
The following has been agreed between the Customer and the Provider:
Article 1 – Purpose
The Provider owns Allsubscriptionboxes.co.uk, a website presenting and comparing a comprehensive selection of subscription Boxes.
In return for a subscription fee which the Customer pays the Provider, the latter provides the publication of a Box profile on the website, which is displayed in the pertinent categories.
The “Reviews” section includes reviews of the subscription Boxes listed. It is offered free of charge to customers, and is completely independent of the subscription offered.
Article 2 – Fees
Billing via direct debit commences when the Box profile is published.
The total fees are shown in the quote sent to the Customer.
Article 3 – Duration
The Terms are valid for the duration defined in a Quote, which will be sent to the Customer via email, and begins on the date of publication of the Box profile. The Terms are automatically renewed at the end of each period. The subscription can be cancelled at any time by
request by email, at least fifteen days before renewal, otherwise the fees for the entire period will be due.
Article 4 – Obligation of confidentiality
The Provider will consider as strictly confidential, and refrains from disclosing, any information, document, data or concept, of which they may have knowledge during this duration of this contract. For the application of this clause, the Provider is responsible for their employees as for themself. The Provider, however, cannot be held responsible for any disclosure if the items disclosed were in the public domain on the date of the disclosure, or if they had already been aware of them prior to the date of signing of this contract, or if they obtained them from third parties by legitimate means.
Article 5 – Applicable law.
This contract is under French law.