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FULL REGULATION OF THE FREE COMPETITION WITH RANDOM DRAW WITH NO OBLIGATION TO PURCHASE "Life Is Better in Pink Competition" ORGANISED BY THE COMPANY CAUDALIE From April 18, 2017 to May 17, 2017
The company Caudalie, with a capital of 1,010,300 euros, registered at the Commercial and Companies Registry of Paris, France under number 398 360 123 and with headquarters located at 6 place de Narvik, 75008 PARIS, France, acting through its legal representatives, domiciled for these purposes at the aforementioned headquarters, is organizing a free Competition with random draw with no obligation to purchase called "Life is better in Pink Competition" from April 18 to May 17, 2017, uniquely accessible on the Caudalie websites for France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Turkey, and the United Kingdom. This Competition will be held from April 18, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. (French Time) to May 17, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. (French Time).
This Competition is open to any physical person over the age of 18 residing in the France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Turkey, and the United Kingdom (hereafter referred to as the "Participant") with the exception of the members of personnel of the organisations coordinating the Competition, and any person having directly or indirectly participated in its coordination or execution, as well as the spouses and family of these persons, including ascendants and descendants.
Participation in the Competition is restricted to one single entry per household (same last name, same address) and per session. Participation is strictly non-transferable, and the Participant may not play under several pseudonyms nor on behalf of other participants under any circumstances.
When designating the winners, the Organiser reserves the right to require any Participant to justify that these conditions have been met. Any person who does not meet these conditions or who refuses to provide corresponding evidence shall be excluded from the Competition and shall not, in the event of winning, benefit from its prize.
Likewise, any false declaration, indication of identity or address will immediately result in the disqualification of the Participant and, if applicable, the requirement that he or she reimburse any prizes already awarded to him or her.
Participation in the Competition implies the Participant's full acceptance of this regulation.
To participate in the Competition, it is necessary to have access to the Internet and a valid electronic address.
To participate, the Competition Participant must open the www.caudalie.com website on the page dedicated to the competition, take part in the Competition by uploading a photo, and enter his or her electronic address and country of origin to confirm his or her participation. At this time, participants have the opportunity to subscribe to the Caudalie newsletter by checking the box provided for this purpose. The Participant accepts that the information entered on the registration form is considered proof of his or her identity. The Participant may enter the contest as many times as he or she likes, at a rate of one entry every 24 hours to be counted as an additional entry.
The data and contact information provided by the Participant must be valid and sincere, under penalty of disqualification from the Competition and, if applicable, the loss of winner status.
It is strictly prohibited, by any means whatsoever, to modify or attempt to modify the Competition system in order to change the results or influence, by automatic or disloyal means, the validity of the random drawing or nomination of a winner.
In the case where a Participant has apparently been drawn or has won a prize in infraction of the present regulation – by fraudulent means, such as using automated searches or an algorithm, or by any other means than those resulting from the process described by the Organiser on the Competition Website or by the present regulation –, his or her prize will not be attributed and will remain the property of the Organiser, not to the exclusion of any proceedings that may be brought against the Participant by the Organiser or by third parties.
Competition Participants can win the following prizes:
1st to 30th prizes: A Louvre gift set (unit value: €20.70 incl. tax), containing VINOSOURCE Moisturizing Sorbet 40ml and a Kure Bazaar nail polish (total value: €621 incl. tax).
The value of the prizes was determined at the time these rules were written and cannot be challenged as to their evaluation.
Only one single prize may be allocated per person (same last name, same address, same email address) throughout the entire Competition.
Thirty winners will be drawn at random and win 1 (one) prize.
The winner agrees to accept the prize as offered, without the option to exchange it, particularly for cash or other goods or services of any kind, or more generally against any kind of financial compensation.
The Organiser reserves the right to replace any prize by another, equivalent prize in terms of value and characteristics, for any reason whatsoever (and in particular for a stock shortage) without incurring any liability in this respect.
One random draw will take place per day, hence a total of 30 random draws.
At the end of the random draw, the winners will be notified of their winnings by email, at the email address indicated during their participation in the competition. They will then be asked to send their contact details (last name, first name, address and zip code) to a dedicated email address (email@example.com).
The winners will have 7 days to communicate their contact details, after this period, Caudalie may designate a new winner.
The winners will receive their prize by post in the mail within a maximum delay of 6 weeks following reception of their postal address by the organiser Company.
The Organiser cannot be held responsible for sending the prize to an incorrect address resulting from an error on the part of the Participant in entering his or her postal address.
The Internet connection expenses incurred by the Participant in consulting the page vinosource.caudalie.com in order to participate in the Competition will be reimbursed on simple written request sent to the Competition address (Caudalie, Jeu Concours Life Is Better In Pink, SERVICE MARKETING, 6 place de Narvik, 75008 PARIS, France) on the flat-rate basis of 0.26 euros tax-inclusive, corresponding with 3 minutes of Internet connection, within the limit of one reimbursement request per Participant registered in the Competition. The request for the reimbursement of Internet connection expenses incurred in participating in the Competition must be sent within 3 weeks after the end of the Competition session, as attested by the date on the postmark, and will itself be reimbursed on the basis of the regular letter rate in force for 20 g of total weight or 0.58 euros tax-inclusive.
The postal expenses and Internet connection expenses for the consultation of the page vinosource.caudadalie.com incurred by any Participant to obtain the full Competition regulation will be reimbursed request by writing to the following address: Caudalie, Jeu Concours Life Is Better In Pink, SERVICE MARKETING, 6 place de Narvik, 75008 PARIS, France, according to the following terms:
• postal expenses: these will be reimbursed on the basis of the regular letter rate in force for 20g of total weight or 0.58 euros tax-inclusive, within the limit of one reimbursement request per Participant, under the stipulation that only one reimbursement may be granted per household (same last name, same postal address), during the entire duration of the Competition, and only as part of participation in the Competition.
• Internet connection expenses for the consultation of the present regulation: reimbursement on the flat-rate basis of 0.26 euros tax-inclusive, corresponding with 3 minutes of Internet connection, within the limit of one reimbursement request per Participant, under the stipulation that only one reimbursement may be granted per household (same last name, same postal address), during the entire duration of the Competition, and only as part of participation in the Competition, without this giving the Participant the right to any compensation or advantage whatsoever other than being granted the prize.
In any case, one single request for the reimbursement of expenses incurred in obtaining the full regulation will be granted per Participant, regardless of the mode used (through the post or via Internet), under the stipulation that only one reimbursement may be granted per household (same last name, same postal address), during the entire duration of the Competition, and only as part of participation in the Competition.
The request for the reimbursement of postal and Internet connection expenses incurred in participating in the Competition must be sent within 3 weeks after the end of the Competition session, as attested by the date on the postmark, and will itself be reimbursed on the basis of the regular letter rate in force for 20 g of total weight or 0.58 euros tax-inclusive.
• Clearly and legibly indicate on a sheet of paper the subject of the reimbursement request, his or her complete contact information (last and first names, postal address) and the date and time of Internet connection to the page vinosource.caudalie.com if applicable,
• Attach to this correspondence a photocopy of the detailed invoice of the telephone operator and/or the Internet access provider showing the highlighted date and time of connection. If the Participant accesses the Competition regulation from a modem and a telephone line billed pro rata in terms of communication time or calling time – and only in this case – he or she may obtain the reimbursement for the corresponding Internet connection. However, Participants using a flat-rate, unlimited Internet connection (ADSL, cable, specialised connections & hellip) may not obtain reimbursement for their Internet connection time according to the aforementioned terms, since in this case the Internet connection used in consulting the Competition regulation incurs no additional expense for the Participant,
• Attach the full bank account details to this correspondence,
Send all documents in a sufficiently stamped envelope to the following address: Caudalie, Jeu Concours Life Is Better In Pink, SERVICE MARKETING, 6 place de Narvik, 75008 PARIS, France within 3 weeks after the end of the Competition session, as attested by the date on the postmark.
Access to the site being made on a free or flat-rate basis (such as through ADSL) cannot lead to any refund since connecting to the site does not result in any additional expense for the competition participant.
Participants' contact information will be used according to the legal provisions of the French Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978, or any other law that replaces it.
Subject to having obtained the express consent of the Participant in advance, the Organiser may use the personal information collected as part of the Competition for marketing and/or communication purposes (client management and canvassing).
Participation in the Competition implies the agreement, without reserve, to the present regulation in its entirety, the ethical rules in force on the Internet, and French laws, regulations and other applicable texts.
Participation in the Competition implies the understanding of, and agreement to, the characteristics and limitations of Internet, and in particular regarding its technical performances; the response time required to consult, query or transfer information; risks of interruption; and more generally the inherent risks of any Internet connection or transmission, the absence of protection of certain data against possible misappropriation, and the risk of contamination by potential viruses present on the Internet.
Accordingly, the Organiser cannot, under any circumstances, be held responsible for the following, this being a non-exhaustive list:
• the content of the services consulted on the Website and, in a general way, all the information and/or data provided about services consulted on the Website;
• the transmission and/or receipt of any information and/or data over the Internet;
• any malfunction of the Internet which could impede the correct progress and operation of the Competition;
• failure of any reception equipment or communication lines;
• the loss of any postal or electronic mail and, more generally, the loss of any data;
• shipment problems;
• the malfunctioning of any software;
• the consequences of any virus, computer bug, abnormality or technical failure;
• any damage caused to the Player's computer;
• any technical, material or software failure of any kind that may impede or limit the possibility of participating in the Competition or that may have damaged the Participant's data processing system.
It is stipulated that the organiser cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage arising from an interruption or malfunction of any kind; a suspension or conclusion of the Competition, for any reason whatsoever; or any direct or indirect damage that may arise, in any way, shape or form, from the connection to the vinosource.caudalie.com page. It is the Participant's responsibility to take all the appropriate measures in order to protect his or her own data and/or software stored on his or her data processing equipment against any potential attack. The connection of any person to the Website and his or her participation in the Competition remains entirely under his or her responsibility.
The present full regulation is filed with SCP SIMONIN, LE MAREC & GUERRIER, Associated judicial officers, 54 rue Taitbout, 75009 Paris, France.
The rules of the game are available free of charge upon written request, under the terms and conditions described in 5.2.
No verbal request concerning the Competition or these rules will be answered. Any complaint must be addressed in writing to the Organiser at the following address within three weeks after the end of the Competition session. After this period, no claim shall be accepted.
Any question concerning the application or interpretation of the regulation, or any unforeseen question that might arise, will be totally and unequivocally settled by the decision of the Organiser.
The Organiser reserves the right to prolong, shorten, modify or cancel the Competition at any time, particularly in the event of force majeure, without the Participant being able to claim any compensation.
Any modification to the Competition and regulation will be filed in the form of an amendment with SCP Simonin – Le Marec – Guerrier, Associated judicial officers, with whom the present regulation is filed.
These rules are governed by French law. Any dispute shall be under the jurisdiction of the courts designated by the French code of civil procedure.
This competition is subject to the provisions of the unfair commercial practices Directive 2005/29/EC of May 11, 2005, transposed into French law, and the principles of the Consolidated ICC Code of September 2011 of advertising and marketing communication practice.