In accordance with French law no. 2004-2005 of 21 June 2004 relating to trust in the digital economy, the website we have created provides the public with information about our company.
The following conditions apply to anybody who accesses and uses the website and its associated content and services.
Our legal information is subject to change, so we urge you to refer to it and make yourself aware of it as often as possible.
The site sepage.com belongs to the company SEPAGE (a simplified joint stock company (SAS) with capital of €170,27, listed in the business and companies register (RCS) of Paris under number 790 742 571 – APE 6201 Z), having its head office at the following address: 38 avenue de l’Opéra – 75002 Paris – France.
The SEPAGE company belongs to the TRAVELSOFT Group (www.travelsoft.fr).
Person responsible for publication: Mr Christian Sabbagh, in his capacity as Chairman
Email : email@example.com
Tel.: +33 (0)1 44 71 30 20
The information provided on the site sepage.com is intended solely to give a general overview of SEPAGE’s products and services, rather than being exhaustive. Before relying on information provided on this site, you should check it and/or seek further information from SEPAGE.
SEPAGE may in no circumstances be held liable for any direct or indirect consequences resulting from losses or delays linked to the use of this website or an inability to use it.
On its site, SEPAGE offers links to other sites. SEPAGE has no control over websites other than its own and takes no responsibility for these sites or their content.
SEPAGE cannot guarantee that there are no typographic errors, imprecisions or technical inaccuracies on the site. SEPAGE does not guarantee the accuracy of published information.
It is your responsibility to check information with SEPAGE before making decisions about services, products or other items presented on this website.
Protection of Personal Data
SEPAGE may collect and process personal data from visitors to its website, in its capacity of Data Controller, within the meaning of the French Act (amended) no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to computing, electronic files and civil liberties. This Act is referred to in the remainder of this legal information as the “French data protection act”.
By personal data we mean, in accordance with the French data protection act, any information relating to a natural person who is identified or may be identified, directly or indirectly, by reference to an identification number or to one or more details specific to him or her.
SEPAGE strives to respect and protect confidentiality. It undertakes to develop and implement appropriate measures in order to ensure the security of your personal data.
How we use data
The personal data collected via SEPAGE’s website is collected in order to deliver SEPAGE’s services, including:
- to respond to your requests made via forms or by using the contact methods available on SEPAGE’s website,
- to contact you about satisfaction surveys or market research,
- to canvas you if you have given us permission to do so,
- to personalise your interaction with our sites, make your browsing experience smoother and to compile statistics on the use of SEPAGE’s website,
- for an application for a job with SEPAGE,
- to develop a partnership.
Recipients of data
The data collected on the SEPAGE website is for the sole use of SEPAGE, and will not be transferred to third parties.
To better meet your requests and needs (for example, to select the most suitable service offering, etc.), the data collected may be shared with subsidiaries or entities of the TRAVELSOFT Group.
SEPAGE undertakes to take every precaution to preserve the security and confidentiality of the data collected by implementing appropriate technical and organisational measures.
In order to optimise and improve the quality of the services you are offered and ensure they are better suited to your needs, SEPAGE may use “cookies”.
Unless specific regulations are applicable, SEPAGE keeps the personal data it collects for the period justified by the purpose of their processing.
Your rights under the French data protection act
In accordance with the French data protection act, you have the right to access, correct and object to the use of your personal data.
To exercise this right, please write to: CIL SEPAGE – 38 avenue de l’Opéra – 75002 PARIS
In accordance with current regulations, in order to prove your identity, your request must be signed and accompanied by a photocopy of a valid ID document bearing your signature, and specify the address to which the response should be sent.
Intellectual property rights
SEPAGE, the website sepage.com and its content (the company’s own or belonging to its partners) are protected by trademark law and/or copyright law and other laws. All of these elements remain the sole property of SEPAGE or its partners. In accordance with the provisions of the French intellectual property code, the legislative or regulatory provisions of all countries, and international agreements, any representation and/or reproduction, use or exploitation, in whole or in part, of any of the aforementioned elements without the prior written consent of SEPAGE or its partners is prohibited.