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Terms and Conditions - RESEE


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RESEE is a simplified joint-stock company with capital of one thousand euros, registered in the Paris Register of Trade and Companies under no. 791 355 100, whose registered office is at 16 rue Clément Marot - 75008 Paris (hereinafter referred to as “RESEE”), which publishes the Website accessible at (hereinafter referred to as the "Website”),

Editorial Co-Director: Ms Sofia Bernardin and Ms Sabrina Marshall

Web Host: Open Web network Solutions eurl with capital of €228 000, rcs Paris – 528 146 053, Registered office:23 rue du dessous des Berges - 75013 Paris

CNIL Declaration:                         no. 1698925v0


General Terms

The Website accessible at is a sales and trading platform specialised in “second hand” or “vintage” fashion/luxury products (hereinafter, the “Products").

These General Conditions of Sale (hereinafter referred to as “GCS”) define the terms of the purchase and offer for sale on the Website of Products as well as the rights and obligations of the parties arising from the online purchase and offer for sale.

The Website offers the following functionalities:

  • Filing of offers for sale of Products online by internet users (hereinafter, the “Vendors”);
  • Search and purchase of “vintage” Products online by internet users (hereinafter, the “Purchasers”).

For the purposes herein, the Purchasers and Vendors are jointly called the “Clients”.

Simple Website access and/or navigation and/or consultation of the various pages of the Website necessarily involve the immediate and unreserved acceptance by the internet user of these General Conditions of Sale.

Furthermore, by purchasing and/or making a Product available on the Website, the Client acknowledges that he or she has read these General Terms of Sale and has accepted them without restriction or reservation.

At the time that an offer of sale is placed online on the Website, the Vendor acknowledges that he or she has read the Special Conditions of Sale accessible at and has accepted them without limitation or reservation.

Given the electronic nature of the contract made by the Client and RESEE, this acceptance is not in any way subject to a handwritten signature by the Client.

Any written document contained in particular in the documents issued by the Client (including the order) may not prevail over these General Conditions of Sale without the prior express written agreement of RESEE.

It is specified, where necessary, that the Client may save or print these General Conditions of Sale, on the condition nonetheless that they are not modified.Nonetheless, RESEE shall send the Client, at the time of his or her registration on the website under the terms of clause 3, a copy of these GCS in PDF format.

The version of the General Conditions of Sale available online on the Website shall prevail, where applicable, over any other version of these General Conditions of Sale, with the exception of modifications which may be made following acceptance, in accordance with the common law.


Membership and registration

Navigation of the Website is free and does not require the creation of a Client Account.

Nonetheless, to be able to access certain services, each Client must create an account and provide the Website with an identifier (valid e-mail address) and choose a password or register via “facebook connect”.

Registration on the Website is free.

The Client is informed of the need to communicate a valid e-mail address to receive a confirmation e-mail that this Account has been created.

The set of information provided constitutes their "Identifier Codes”.     

Each Client acknowledges his or her full liability for the use that will be made of the identifier Codes on the Website.

The Client undertakes not to choose an identifier that may breach the rights of a third party and is consequently not allowed to use an identifier that breaches an intellectual property right, a trademark that has been filed, a company name or a surname, without this list being exhaustive.

It shall undertake to perform all acts within the space reserved for him/her under their own identifying Codes and any acts performed under these identifiers shall be considered to have been performed by him or her.         

If forgotten, or in the case of misuse or unauthorised use of his or her identifying Codes, RESEE may not in any case be held liable and the Client must inform RESEE immediately of this situation, by e-mail to and by post to the following address:16 rue du Clément Marot - 75008 Paris. 

In accordance with Clause 11 of these GCS, the Client has the right to access, modify, correct and delete the data that concerns them. He or she is informed that the Website is subject to a declaration to the CNIL, under receipt no. 1698925v0, in accordance with the French Data Protection Act, no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978.

The Client must obligatorily mention whether he or she is a professional Vendor or otherwise.

As a professional Vendor, the Vendor must send RESEE a k-bis extract (French company registration certificate) issued within the past 3 months, to the following e-mail address and acknowledge that he or she is subject in this capacity to the provisions of the French Consumer Code concerning, in particular, the right to withdraw and the guarantee to deliver compliant goods.

Similarly, as a professional Purchaser, the Purchaser acknowledges that he or she cannot benefit from the provisions of the French Consumer Code concerning, in particular, the right to withdraw and the guarantee to deliver compliant goods.



4.1 Description of Products

RESEE offers on the Website the Vendor's Products, as well as their detailed descriptions contained in the corresponding sheets drawn up by the Vendor for each of his or her Products, thus allowing Purchasers to know, before the final approval of their order, the essential characteristics of the Products they wish to purchase, in accordance with the provisions of Article L. 111-1 of the French Consumer Code.

RESEE shall also do its best to ensure that the colour and pattern of the Products whose photos are displayed on the Website are faithful to the original Products.

Nonetheless, given the method of presentation of products on the Internet, it is possible that the impression the Purchaser has of the photographic representation of the products does not correspond exactly to the product itself.


4.2 Prices of Products

The prices applicable are those mentioned on the Website at the time that the Purchaser confirms his or her order.

Prices are mentioned in EUROS and are understood to include all taxes.

The Purchaser is informed that the cost of delivery shall be invoiced in addition to the price of the Products, and that to this end they shall be mentioned specifically on the order summary and the order confirmation e-mail and added to the total price of the order.

Furthermore, the Purchaser formally acknowledges having been informed that the prices mentioned on the Website do not in any case include possible customs taxes and/or duties which the Purchaser may be liable for at the time of delivery and of which he or she is the sole debtor.

At any time and without notice, RESEE reserves the right to modify the prices displayed.These modifications shall not, nonetheless, have an effect on orders RESEE has accepted before these modifications come into force.


Acceptance of the offer and Product order

5.1 Ordering a Product

By browsing the Website, the Purchaser has the possibility of reading freely about the various Products offered for sale on the day the Website is visited.

In order to order one or more of these Products, the Purchaser shall click on the icon provided for this purpose and provided alongside each photo of the Products.

At any time during browsing, the Purchaser can secure the Products chosen under the “Shopping Bag” heading.

The Purchaser is able, at any time during the order process, until actual payment thereof under the terms provided in paragraph 5.6 below, to return to this order to complete, modify or cancel it.

Once the Product selection is complete, the Purchaser shall be invited by a new web page to communicate his or her contact details by accurately giving information on the form provided.

In particular, he or she shall provide an address at which delivery can be made during working hours from Monday to Saturday as well as the surname(s), first name(s) and e-mail address.

Once the form has been fully completed, an order summary listing all the information relating to this order, in particular the nature, quantity and price of Products, the total amount (including transport costs) of the order, the Purchaser's contact details, the delivery address and billing address will appear on the screen.

After having read the statement of his or her order, the Purchaser will be invited:

  • To click on “Check Out” to proceed to payment of his or her order;
  • Or to click on “Edit" to modify the order and/or information about his or her personal contact details;

By clicking on “Check Out” during the order process, the Purchaser must compulsorily first read these general conditions of sale and then tick a square opposite the message “I have read and accept the General Conditions of Sale”.


5.2 The Purchaser warrants that he or she is fully authorised to use the bank card provided for the payment of his or her Order and that this bank card has access to sufficient funds to cover all costs arising from the use of RESEE’s services.      

5.3 By clicking on “Check Out" during the Order process, and after having confirmed in his or her “Shopping Bag" the content of the Order and, where applicable, having modified it, the Purchaser declares that it fully and without reservation accepts all of these General Conditions of Sale.     
After having confirmed the content of his or her Order, the Purchaser will confirm it finally through payment.


5.4 The Order will only be final upon payment of the corresponding price.

RESEE will automatically confirm the order of each Purchaser and its dispatch by e-mail.           


5.5 The price inclusive of all taxes for each Product is mentioned on the corresponding Product sheet.The Purchaser’s order dispatch charges will be mentioned to him or her before the final confirmation of the order.

Nonetheless, in accordance with clause 4.2 above, the Purchaser formally acknowledges that he or she has been informed by RESEE that the prices mentioned on the Website do not in any case include possible customs taxes and/or duties which the Purchaser may be liable for at the time of delivery (and particularly in the case of delivery outside France and the European Union) and for which he or she remains the sole debtor.

Furthermore, once the order is approved, the price and charges shall remain accessible under the “My Account” heading of the Website.   

Once these General Conditions of Sale have been accepted and the order confirmed, a web page especially for the payment of the order will open.

The Purchaser must then make payment of his or her order.

The data registered by RESEE constitute proof of all the transactions made by RESEE and the Client.


5.6 Paying for a Product

Payment of the order is carried out on the Internet and must be concomitant to the order, following the instructions given to this end during the process of confirming the order.Payment shall be made in EUROS using the electronic payment system Stripe or PayPalTM, to the exclusion of any other means of payment.

RESEE uses the secure payment tool Stripe and PayPal™ provided by Stripe and PayPal France SAS and guarantees the Purchaser that it never has access to confidential information concerning the method of payment used by the Purchaser to pay for his or her order.

To make the payment owed, the Purchaser will be invited either to provide a bank card number, the date of expiration of this card accompanied, where necessary, by the security code or make the payment directly from his or her paypal account if the Purchaser already has one.

The Purchaser’s bank details will be asked for each order insofar as only the bank chosen by RESEE for the execution of these financial transactions remains in possession of the confidential information.

To this end, the Client guarantees RESEE that he or she has the authorisation that is possibly necessary to use the method of payment chosen when the order is confirmed.If the bank refuses, the order will be automatically cancelled and the Purchaser informed thereof by e-mail.

To optimise the security and authentication of the electronic payment made by the Purchaser, RESEE has set up the “3d secure” protection system for each payment made on the Website.

The Client is invited to follow the authentication procedure set up to this end.The payment shall otherwise be cancelled and the Purchaser may not receive the Products ordered.

Once the payment of an order has been made, a printable and recordable summary of the Purchaser’s order will be displayed and will specifically mention the order references.


5.7 Order confirmation by RESEE

The order shall only be considered final and fixed once it is confirmed to the Purchaser by RESEE.

RESEE reserves the right to reject any order or delivery if there is a dispute with the Purchaser particularly following the Purchaser’s non-compliance with the obligations provided in these General Conditions of Sale, in particular concerning any default in the payment of the order price, likely to lead to suspension of access to the RESEE Website, or termination of his or her Client Account, without prejudice to any damages RESEE may seek.

Following payment of the order, RESEE's confirmation will be made as soon as possible by e-mail.

This order confirmation e-mail sent by RESEE shall include the following information:

  • The order number given by RESEE during confirmation by the Purchaser;
  • Summary of the order (description of Product(s) ordered, quantity, price);
  • Total order amount, inclusive of all taxes;
  • Postal charges;
  • Confirmation of payment;
  • The terms and conditions for the use of the right to withdraw, in accordance with the provisions of Articles L. 121-20 of the French Consumer Code when the Vendor is a professional;
  • The terms related to the delivery of the Products ordered (expected delivery date – 30 days maximum as of confirmation of the order).


5.8 Availability of Products

The Products distributed online on the Website by RESEE are those available in stock on the day the Website is viewed by the Purchaser.

The Purchaser is informed that the Products presented online on the Website are by definition rare and unique given their “vintage” specifications.

In these conditions, the provisions of Article L. 121-20-3 of the French Consumer Code cannot apply to the Website.


Delivery & receipt of order

RESEE maintains ownership of the Products ordered until full payment is made of the order price, including postal charges, if owed.


6.1 Delivery to the Purchaser

The Product(s) shall be delivered to the postal address provided by the Purchaser when making his or her order and which will be mentioned on the delivery slip.

Delivery shall be made according to the delivery method selected by the Purchaser when making his or her order and depending on the country of delivery and the rate proposed by the relevant carrier.

The Purchaser shall be informed at the time of confirmation of his or her order of the delivery rate proposed by the carrier.

For all deliveries, the order will be sent to the Purchaser by DHL or UPS.

The Purchaser shall follow the progress of delivery on the Website at or

As delivery is provided by third party service providers, the Purchaser is informed that RESEE cannot in any way be held liable if non-performance or poor performance of this obligation is imputable to the Purchaser or the unforeseeable or insurmountable action of a third party to the contract or in a case of force majeure.


6.2 Time periods for the delivery of Products

The delivery shall be made at the latest within thirty days of the order, except otherwise provided, which the Purchaser shall be informed of before making his or her order, mentioning an average delivery time period.


6.3 If there is a delay in delivery

Any delay in delivery must be reported by the Purchaser as soon as possible to RESEE which will carry out an inquiry with the carriers concerned.

The Purchaser will have the option of cancelling the order if it is not made at the latest fourteen days after the delivery date mentioned, unless this delay is due to a case of force majeure.

As of the exercise of the right of cancellation, or the conclusion of the inquiry made by RESEE confirming the loss of the package, RESEE shall make a reimbursement to the bank account debited when the order was made, as soon as possible, to the exclusion of any other indemnity.

In the case of the partial delivery of the order, delivery may be made several times, and this right shall only concern the undelivered part of the order.


6.4 Receipt of Products by the Purchaser

Each delivery is considered to be completed once the Products are made available to the Purchaser by the carrier, confirmed by the monitoring system used by the carrier.

It is up to the Purchaser to check immediately upon receipt of the Product that the dispatched Products are compliant and complete.

Without prejudice to the time periods the Purchaser has under his or her right of withdrawal, as specified in clause 7 below, it is up to the recipient to check the shipments upon arrival and to make any reservations and claims that appear reasonable in the case of delay, breakage or absence to the carrier.

The Client shall express on the delivery slip complete and specific reservations.In accordance with Article L. 133-3 of the French Commercial Code, any reservation must be confirmed by registered letter to the carrier within three (3) days following receipt.

Any reservation of this type must also be notified to RESEE’s Client Services Department whose contact details are mentioned on the Website, within the same time period and in the same format.A copy of the claim sent to the carrier must be enclosed.



It is expressly specified that the provisions of this clause are only applicable in the case of a sale that takes place in the European Economic Area.

7.1 In accordance with the provisions of Article L. 121-20 of the French Consumer Code and Article 121-20-3 of this Code, the Purchaser has a cooling-off period of seven (7) working days as of the delivery date of the order, to return, at his or her expense, the Product delivered that he or she is not satisfied with, subject to the provisions of clause 7.2 below.


7.2 RESEE now accepts Returns of refund for all Clothing and Shoe orders placed within the European Union

To return clothing or shoes the purchaser must contact RESEE at within 5 days of the shipment date and return within 7 days of the shipment date. All items must be returned in their original state of purchase, including all original packaging, and dust bags when applied. 


Once RESEE receives the item and verifies condition, RESEE will allot Purchaser with a credit in the amount of the original item for the returned amount minus return shipping fee. Please note that all returns are made in Euros. Re-See can not be held accountable for any currency fluctuations experienced by the purchaser during the time of their purchase and return. 



If RESEE suspects that an item has been worn and/or tampered with by Purchaser, RESEE reserves the right to refuse the return. In an item is not accepted for return the Purchaser must assume all Shipping Costs, both return shipping incurred by RESEE to bring item back and the shipping cost should the purchaser wish to recuperate the item. If after 30 days of return Purchaser has not paid shipping fees for worn/tampered item, RESEE reserves the right to keep item and handle accordingly, including placing item back for sale. 



All sales on Handbags, Jewelry, Hats, Scarves, Sunglasses, Books, Objects, and other non-clothing / shoe items are FINAL

All orders from outside of the European Union are FINAL.

PLEASE NOTE that despite the above certain clothing / shoe items are still considered FINAL. Please check the Product Page of an item's Product Page to determine it's return status. 

For all Non-Clothing / Shoe items or purchases located outside of the European Union who are unhappy with their purchase, RESEE allows Purchaser the possibility to resell the item on our site. Please see clause 7.4 


It is expressly specified that the provisions of this clause are only applicable in the case of a sale that takes place in the European Economic Area.

7.1 In accordance with the provisions of Article L. 121-20 of the French Consumer Code and Article 121-20-3 of this Code, the Purchaser has a cooling-off period of seven (7) working days as of the delivery date of the order, to return, at his or her expense, the Product delivered that he or she is not satisfied with, subject to the provisions of clause 7.2 and 7.3 below.

The Product must necessarily be returned whole, in a perfect state and in its original packaging accompanied by the delivery slip, the invoice and a covering letter.This option to withdraw may not be applied if the Product has a trademark for a certain use, not necessary only for the Product to be tried, and is not in any case in a use that allows its resale to consumers.

Under these conditions, the Vendor undertakes to reimburse the Purchaser, to the bank account debited when the order was made, within a maximum time period of thirty (30) days, as of receipt of the Product.

If the right to withdraw is exercised after the date of dispatch of the Products from RESEE’s warehouses, the cost of return shall be borne by the Purchaser.


7.3 The Purchaser is strictly informed that the provisions of clause 7.1 and those of the French Consumer Code mentioned above only apply in the case that the Vendor is a professional vendor and has declared as such to RESEE.

Furthermore, the provisions of this clause and those of the French Consumer Code mentioned above do not apply to the professional Purchaser who does not benefit from any right to withdraw.


7.4 As a commercial gesture, and only in the case that the Vendor is non-professional, RESEE authorises the non-professional Purchaser who is not satisfied with the Product, within a time period of 7 days of as delivery of the Product, to place the Product on the Website for sale again without RESEE receiving Commission at the time of the sale.

This commercial gesture is strictly limited to cases where the transaction takes place within Europe and the US.

Nonetheless, RESEE reserves the right to bill the Purchaser (now the Vendor) the following charges to cover the cost of delivery, packaging and handling:

  • For a sale price between €0 and €2,999 inclusive: €35
  • For a sale price between €3,000 and €4,999 inclusive: €40
  • For a sale price between €5,000 and €9,999 inclusive: €45
  • For a sale price greater than €10,000: €50


Conformity and guarantee

8.1 The Vendor warrants that the Products are compliant with their intended usage, and do not have any faults or inherent defects that make them dangerous or unsuitable for their normal use other than those mentioned in the Product Sheet.

If the Product is not compliant with the information given when the Product was displayed on the Website, and in accordance with Articles L. 211-5 of the French Consumer Code and 1604 et seq. of the Civil Code, or if this Product shows the inherent defects mentioned in Article 1641 of the Civil Code, it shall be reimbursed by the Vendor to the Purchaser within a maximum time period of thirty (30) days, subject to compliance with the conditions mentioned above and subject, with respect to the abovementioned articles of the French Consumer Code, to the provisions of clause 9.2 below.

The following provisions shall apply to the Purchaser’s guarantee by the Vendor:


Article L. 211-4 of the French Consumer Code:

“The Vendor is obliged to deliver a product that is compliant with the contract and answer for the lack of conformity at the time of issue.

It shall also answer for lack of conformity resulting from the packaging, assembly instructions or installation when it is responsible for this in the contract or it has been carried out at its liability”. 


Article L. 211-5 of the French Consumer Code:

“To be in conformity with the contract, the product shall be:

  1. Suitable for the use usually expected from a similar product and, where applicable:
  • Corresponds to the description given by the Vendor and has the qualities that it has presented to the Purchaser in the form of a sample or model;
  • Shows the qualities a Purchaser can legitimately expect with respect to the public declarations made by the Vendor, the producer or by its representative, particularly in advertising or labelling;
  1. Or shows the characteristics defined by mutual agreement by the parties or to be suitable for any special use sought by the Purchaser, notified to the Vendor, which the Vendor has accepted”.


Article L. 211-12 of the French Consumer Code:

“Legal action resulting from a lack of conformity lapses two years as of issue of the product.” 


Article 1614 of the Civil Code:

“The thing must be delivered in the same state as it was in at the time of the sale.

As of this date, all the profits belong to the purchaser.” 


Article 1615 of the Civil Code:

The obligation to deliver the thing includes its accessories and anything that is intended for its perpetual use.” 


Article 1616 of the Civil Code:

The vendor is obliged to deliver the full extent of the premises as specified in the contract, under the modifications expressed hereinafter.” 


Article 1617 of the Civil Code:

If the sale of an immoveable has been made with indication of the extent of the premises at the rate of so much per measure, the vendor is obliged to deliver to the purchaser, if he requires it, the quantity mentioned in the contract,

and if he cannot conveniently do this, or if the purchaser does not require it, the vendor is obliged to suffer a diminution proportionate to the price.” 


Article 1618 of the Civil Code:

If, on the contrary, in the case of the previous article, there is an extent greater than what is specified in the contract, the purchaser has a right to give the supplement of the price, or to withdraw from the contract, should the surplus be upwards of a twentieth part of the extent which is declared.” 


Article 1641 of the Civil Code:

“The Vendor is bound to a warranty on account of the latent defects of the thing sold which render it unfit for the use for which it was intended, or which so impair that use that the Purchaser would not have purchased it, or would only have given a lesser price for it, had he known of them.” 


Article 1648(1) of the Civil Code:

“The action resulting from latentdefectsthat render the contract void must be brought by the purchaser within a period of two years following the discovery of the defect.” 


8.2 The Purchaser is strictly informed that the provisions of the French Consumer Code mentioned in clause 8.1 only apply in the case that the Vendor is a professional vendor and has declared as such to RESEE.

Furthermore, the provisions of the French Consumer Code provided in clause 8.1 hereof shall not apply to the professional Purchaser.



9.1 RESEE may not be held liable for any disadvantages or damage inherent in the use of the Internet, particularly a disruption to the service, an external interference or the presence of a computer virus.

RESEE is not liable in the case of a breach of its obligations, such as are defined herein resulting from a case of force majeure.

Without prejudice to the provisions of the previous paragraphs, RESEE’s liability under the terms of these General Conditions of Sale, may not exceed an amount equal to the amounts paid or payable at the time of the transaction at the origin of this liability, regardless of the cause or form of the action concerned.


9.2 RESEE’s exclusion of liability – Fight against counterfeiting

RESEE undertakes all efforts to fight against the counterfeiting of Products and sets up numerous checks.

To this end, RESEE requires the Vendor to provide proof of the authenticity of the Product he or she sells.This proof may be provided through any means; nonetheless, RESEE strongly recommends to the Vendor the presentation of the Product’s certificate of authenticity.

Nonetheless, RESEE is not in any case liable, vis-à-vis the Purchaser or a third party in the case of the sale of a counterfeit Product. RESEE does not in any way guarantee the authenticity of products published online on the Website.

It is thus strictly specified that RESEE is not liable in the case of an error in the substance of the Product sold and in particular in the case of a counterfeit Product.Thus, in this case, the Purchaser may not bring any action against RESEEon this basis.


9.3 Disclaimer of Warranties on the Origin of Products – Fight against Handling of Stolen Goods

In its capacity as a trading agent and with the aim of preventing the handling of stolen goods, RESEE is bound by certain specific obligations arising from the provisions of Articles 321-7 and R. 321-3 et seq. of the French Criminal Code and particularly to keep a register of Products and the collection of an official item of proof of identity for each Vendor.

Although RESEE complies strictly with all the abovementioned obligations, RESEE is not able to guarantee the origin of Products and cannot be held liable if the sale of the Product offered by the Vendor constitutes the handling of stolen goods within the meaning of Articles 321-1 et seq. of the French Criminal Code.

Thus, the Purchaser expressly acknowledges that RESEE is not able to verify the origin of each Product and the fact that the Vendor is the owner of the Product he or she offers for sale.


Disclaimer – Reminder

It is strictly recalled to the Purchaser that all the Products published online on the RESEE Website are second-hand, used Products and thus are not new by definition.

Thus, the Products cannot offer the same features and the same guarantees on working conditions that a new product can offer.

To this end, the Purchaser formally acknowledges that he or she has been informed of the "second-hand" nature of the Products placed online on the Website and their working condition and use and shall never contest this point.



Re-SEE only accepts items in Excellent Condition. After proposing your piece, Re-SEE will get back to you with an Estimated proposal for your review. Please note the final price will be determined upon recepit of the item and Re-SEE reserves the right to modify based on its judgement. Should any pieces be in faulty condition, Re-SEE reserves the right to reject the pieces. Subsequently, and repair or cleaning fees necessary will be dedicted from the SELLER's commission. 

RE-SEE offers its Sellers 60% commission on sold items. Once an item has been on-line and available for sale for over 3 months, Re-SEE reserves the reduce the price by no more than 30% without asking for a seller's permission. Once an item has been online for over a year, Re-SEE reserves the right to reduce the price by up to 50%. After over two years of a piece bieng unsold, if the seller has not recupereated the piece, Re-SEE reserves to right to donate the piece to charity. 

Recuperating an Item

A Seller may recuperate their item for sale and any time during the consigment process. In order to recuperate the piece, the Seller must pay a processing fee of 20 Euros, which covers the photographing, storing and cataloguing of the item. The Seller must incur the return shipping costs

All photos are the property of Re-SEE and cannot be used by the Seller on any other retail site or other mediums without express written consent from Re-SEE. 


Data protection

​11.1 Providing personal information collected as part of distance selling is obligatory.This information is necessary for the processing and delivery of orders as well as drawing up invoices.A lack of information leads to the automatic rejection of the order.

In accordance with Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, the French Data Protection Act, the processing of personal information collected on the Website is the subject of a declaration to the French National Commission for information technology and civil liberties (la Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés) under no. 1698925v0.


11.2 Use and Transmission of your Personal Data

In order to ensure the processing, monitoring and archiving of Purchaser orders on the Website, RESEE must necessarily process the Client’s personal data.The data processed is sent to RESEE, and where applicable to partners concerned, according to the terms and for the following objectives:

  • Order management by RESEE

The provision of personal data collected for the purposes of distance selling is obligatory for the confirmation and approval of any order as well as its monitoring and dispatch. In their absence, an order cannot be processed.

This data may be transmitted to RESEE’s technical service providers, with the sole objective of the correct performance of orders, or to draw up statistics.

  • Dispatch of commercial information:

Depending on the choices made by the Clients, his or her personal data may be transmitted to RESEE’s partners.

Unless opposed, the Client may receive commercial information from third party companies that are partners of RESEE by post.    

Furthermore, if the Client has ticked the square provided for this purpose, he or she is informed that it may also receive information, by e-mail, from these partners.

With the express agreement of the Client when his or her personal data is collected, RESEE reserves the right to transmit his or her data to commercial partners.

The Client may receive from RESEE and/or where applicable from its partners e-mails or SMS containing information on RESEE’s products and activities.

The Client maintains the right to later refuse such communication by expressing his or her refusal by e-mail by clicking on the relevant heading on the Website.


11.3 Right to access, modify, oppose and remove

In all cases, the Client has a right to access, modify, oppose and remove personal data concerning him or her by writing to the following address:

In accordance with the regulations in force, any request must be signed and accompanied by a photocopy of an identity card bearing the signature of the applicant and specifying the address to which the response must be sent.An answer will then be sent to the Client within a period of 2 months following receipt of the application.


11.4 Cookies

11.4.1 When visiting the website, information on the Client’s browsing of the Website may be stored in “cookies” installed in the computer or the Client’s mobile termination, depending on the choices expressed concerning cookies which can be modified at any time.   

Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers that are transferred on to the Client’s hard drive by your internet browser, to allow the system to recognise the Client's browser and offer adapted services.

Cookies are used by RESEE to memorise Client preferences, optimise and improve the use of the Website by the Client by providing content that is more specifically adapted to his or her needs.

Cookies are used to:

  • Identify the Client when he or she connects to the Website. 
  • Determine the parameters of the Client’s Internet browser, such as the type of browser used and the plug-ins installed. 
  • Memorise the Purchaser’s “shopping cart” and purchase options. 
  • Know what products are searched and bought on the Website by the Purchaser to offer him or her tailored suggestions.No personal data is collected as part of this activity. Only statistical data is collected and analysed for the purpose of optimising the Website.

Some cookies are installed until the Client closes the browser; others are kept for longer.Cookies are kept for a maximum duration of 15 days.

The “Help” section on the toolbar of most browsers mentions how to reject new cookies or to get a message which notifies you when they are received, or even how to deactivate all cookies.


11.4.2 Only the issuer of a cookie may read or modify the information it contains.     

When you connect to RESEE, we may have, subject to your choices, to install various cookies in your terminal, allowing us to recognise your terminal browser throughout the duration of validity of the cookie concerned.The cookies we issue are used for the purposes described below, subject to your choices, which result from the parameters of your browser software used during your visit to our website.       

Several possibilities are offered to the Client to manage cookies.Any Client configuration on the use of cookies may modify his or her Internet browser and the conditions of access to certain services requiring the use of cookies.      

The Client may choose at any time to express and modify his or her choices relating to cookies, through the methods described below.     

The Client may configure his or her browser software so that cookies are stored in his or her terminal or, on the contrary, that they are rejected, systematically or depending on their issuer.The Client may also configure his or her browser software so that the acceptance or refusal of the cookies is suggested to him or her regularly, before a cookie can be stored in the terminal.


11.4.3 Behaviour cookies

To date, RESEE does not collect or process personal “behaviour" information about the Client, such as is defined in Order no. 2011-1012 of 24 August 2011 on electronic communication.

Any setup of behaviour cookies on the Website by RESEE shall first be subject to the express prior authorisation of the Client.


Data Security and Encryption

The RESEE website has one of the most powerful security systems at this time.It has not only adopted the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption method but has also reinforced all the jamming and encryption methods to provide the most efficiently possible protection for all sensitive data linked to the means of payment.

The Purchaser is reminded that RESEE never has access to confidential information about the method of payment.This is why the Purchaser’s bank details are asked for each Order.                

Only PAYPAL has the confidential information (card number, validity date) which is inaccessible to third parties.

Correspondence – Proof

Unless specifically provided in these General Conditions of Sale, the correspondence exchanged between the parties shall be carried out by e-mail.

In application of Articles 1316 et seq. of the Civil Code, the Client declares that the information provided by him or her to RESEE shall provide evidence between the parties as long as no documents authenticated and signed by both parties contesting this computerised information are produced.

Elements such as the time of receipt or issue, as well as the quality of the data received shall constitute proof as a priority such as that mentioned on RESEE’s computer systems, except where written proof otherwise is provided by the Client.

The scope of the proof of the information issued by RESEE’s computer systems is that granted to an original in the sense of a written paper document, signed by hand.


Intellectual Property

RESEE is the exclusive holder of intellectual rights to the Website and the RESEE community, particularly all the texts, comments, works, illustrations, videos and images, both audio and visual, reproduced on the Website as well as the databases of which it is the producer.

All these intellectual creations are protected by copyright, trademark law, patent law, the sui generis law of databases and right to image, for the whole world.

These creations are the full and entire property of RESEE.      

RESEE is a trademark filed at the OHIM by RESEE.

Nonetheless, it grants Clients recognised as such within the meaning of clause 16.1 above a license allowing them to reproduce and display content on the Website, but only and strictly for their personal use as part of the display of this Website.

This license nonetheless excludes the right of Clients to modify, copy, translate, broadcast, publish, transmit, distribute, produce, display or assign the rights of any content appearing on the RESEE community and through it.     

To this end and in accordance with the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code, only use for private use subject to the various, more restrictive provisions of this codeis authorised.

Any other use constitutes forgery and is punishable under the Intellectual Property [Code] except with the prior authorisation of RESEE.       

As a reminder, the act of placing a hyperlink intended for the RESEE community, using a technique called framing or deep linking is strictly forbidden as provided in clause 17.3.

Any other use constitutes forgery and is punishable under the Intellectual Property [Code] except with the prior authorisation of RESEE.

Any form of full or partial copy, aspiration or reproduction of the database produced and used by RESEE in the RESEE community is formally prohibited without its prior written agreement.


The General Behaviour of Clients

When signing up to these GCS, and later when using the Website, Clients are not allowed to transmit:  

  • Information for registration that is incorrect or false;
  • Any personal information (name, telephone number, e-mail address, etc.);
  • Information concerning the Product he or she wishes to sell which is incorrect or false and/or has the purpose of deceiving the Purchaser and/or RESEE concerning its substantive elements such as its origin or its non-counterfeit nature;
  • Offers of sale of Products that constitute the handling of stolen goods within the meaning of Articles 321-1 et seq. of the Criminal Code;
  • Any sensitive information about racial or ethnic origin, or concerning political, philosophical or religious opinions, about membership of a trade union, about sex life or health, contrary to common decency and the law.

If there is a breach or a violation of these rules due to the transmission of this information, in addition to the fact that it has the right to remove these contentious messages without notice, RESEE reserves the right to remove access to Clients to RESEE and to their Account.      

They must ensure that any information communicated later remains correct and they are not allowed to create or use, without permission, other accounts on the Website other than their own under their own identity and/or that of a third party. They are reminded that any impersonation is liable to prosecution and criminal sanctions, and that any breach of this undertaking may lead to the immediate suspension without notice of the Client's Accounts.       

They also undertake in this same way, as provided in clause 3 hereof, and in the case that they are aware of impersonation of their identifiers by a third person who has access to their Account, to inform the Website’s administration team by e-mail at before confirming this by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt to:16 rue du Clément Marot - 75008 Paris.


Client comments and contribution – Ownership rights

16.1 Clients shall remain the sole owners of the rights attached to the content they intend to have published and distributed through the Website and the Internet pages allocated to RESEE on social networks (hereinafter referred to together as “the RESEE community”), namely works of the mind in general, such as comments, texts, images, URL links (hereinafter, the “Content”), that they publish in the RESEE community in the comment space allowing them to give their opinion on the Products offered by RESEE suppliers.


16.2 By having allowed the Content to be published in the RESEE community, each Client grants a non-exclusive license to RESEE to use, represent, reproduce, communicate to the public from the Website or from the Website to any known or future electronic communication network (Internet, 2G and 3G mobile telephones, TV, ADSL, etc.), distribute and even modify the corresponding Content, in this latter case to meet the needs and technical restrictions linked to the RESEE service, particularly when it concerns carrying out the digital compression of video and music files or formatting this content. This license is limited to necessary use for the functioning of the RESEE community, as long as this Content is available and at the will of the Client alone and not a party external to the Website, without the prior express agreement of the latter.


16.3 The Client therefore warrants:

  • That he or she is the sole owner of the Content mentioned in clause 16 that he or she publishes on the RESEE community, is able to publish it and has the capacity to grant the license to RESEE under the terms of clause 16.1 above.
  • He or she does not breach through their publication any protected rights, either individual rights or those provided in the Intellectual Property Code (copyright, related rights, trademarks, patents, etc.),
  • He or she does not use content that is of a nature:

- To cause harassment to third parties or incite third parties to carry out acts of harassment,

- To incite hate, discrimination, racism, fanaticism, and physical violence against individuals or groups of individuals,

- To represent scenes of pornography, paedophilia, or any other shocking subject or containing a link to an adult-only Website,

- To seek personal information from minors,

- To give telephone/Fax numbers, names of roads, surnames, postal addresses or e-mail addresses,

- To represent or urge illegal activities or behaviour that is defamatory, abusive, obscene, threatening or slanderous as well as false or deceptive information,

- To propose an illegal or unauthorised copy of works protected by copyright, patents or trademarks,

- To create, provoke or promote the transmission of e-mails, chain e-mails, unsolicited mass mailings, instant messages, undesired advertising messages or unsolicited mail,

- To promote or encourage any activity or criminal enterprise, or giving instructions or information about a means of promoting illegal activities, breach of privacy, the spread and creation of computer viruses,

- To solicit passwords or personal information from other Clients for illegal commercial purposes,

- To involve commercial activities and/or sales such as competition, advertising lotteries, exchanges, advertisements and pyramids without RESEE’s written agreement,

- To distribute, reproduce, publish or modify in any way whatsoever elements protected by copyright, filed trademarks or any ownership right belonging to third parties without their prior consent.


Webshare 2.0 – Hypertext Links and Hyperlinks

17.1 RESEE has set up the interactive communication tool “Web 2.0” that allows the Client to comment and note the Products he or she could use or make use of via the Website.The comments and messages published on the RESEE community by the Client at this time must comply with the rules set out in clauses 15 and 16 of the GCS.

17.2 RESEE has developed tools that allow the Client to share with his or her friends all the information sought through different community Websites, social networks and blogs published by third parties.

Nonetheless, RESEE exclusively authorises the Client to use this type of communication and sharing for the purposes of promotion, to the exclusion of any commercial use or without a relation to the distribution of the Products on the Website.

17.3 The Website may contain, where applicable, hypertext links and/or hyperlinks that refer to Websites published and hosted from third party servers, and particularly concerning advertising banners, which RESEE has no control over and cannot exercise any control over.

RESEE refuses to accept any liability for the legal consequences linked to accessing these Websites.

The Client may not publish hypertext links on the RESEE community or forums when these links refer to Websites whose content breaches the provisions of clause 16.2 hereof.

Similarly, any contentious link noted by RESEE and/or that is the subject of a notification by a third party must immediately and without delay be removed upon request by RESEE.

If, after written notice by RESEE, the RESEE has not complied with the provisions of this clause, RESEE reserves the right to remove the contentious message directly and in the case of a recurrence, to remove the Client Account finally with all the legal consequences provided in clause 17 hereof, in particular preventing the Client at fault from accessing online comments on the RESEE community.

The use of hypertext links and/or hyperlinks pointing to the RESEE community is authorised by RESEE in the strict scope of the promotion of the Website but on the prerequisite that the whole of the Website is preserved and that there is no risk of confusion between the Website and websites published by third parties being noted.

From this perspective, RESEE formally prohibits each user from using framing, inline linking and deep linking techniques relating to the unauthorised servile reproduction of the Website content and its inclusion on web pages published by third parties.


General Terms

18.1 Force Majeure

Any event beyond the control of RESEE and against which it cannot reasonably protect itself constitutes a case of force majeure and to this end the obligations of the parties are suspended. Such events include, without this list being exhaustive:floods, fire, storms, lack of raw materials, transport strikes, total or partial strike, lock out, technical breakdown (EDF, ERDF, telecommunications operators, internet access providers or hosts, registrars, etc.), a stoppage in the supply of energy (such as electricity), a fault in the electronic communication network that RESEE depends on and/or networks that substitute it.

RESEE cannot be held liable, or considered as having breached its obligations provided in these General Conditions of Sale, or any non-performance linked to a case of force majeure such as is defined by French law and case law, provided that it notifies the other party and that it does whatever it can to minimise the damage and carry out its obligations as soon as possible after cessation in the case of force majeure.


18.2 Technical Provisions

RESEE services are provided as is and insofar as they are available.

RESEE does not guarantee supply without error, without isolated and secure interruptions of the services offered by the Website and has no obligation to provide personalised, and particularly technical, assistance.


18.3 Update of the General Conditions of Sale

These General Conditions of Sale may be modified at any time at RESEE’s initiative.Any modification of these General Conditions of Sale as well as the documents it refers to shall be communicated to the Client at the time of the first use of the website following this modification by sending a PDF file.


18.4 Entirety of the contract

These General Conditions of Sale, the order summary transmitted to the Purchaser and, where applicable, the Special Conditions of Sale form a contractual whole and constitute the entirety of the contractual relations between the Parties.

In general, it is expressly agreed between RESEE and the Client that e-mails shall provide evidence between them as well as automatic registration systems used on the Website, particularly concerning the nature and date of the order.

The Client may access, where applicable and in accordance with common law rules, the electronic contract he or she made with RESEE.To do this, he or she shall write to the Client Services Department by e-mail providing it with all the necessary information to do this, particularly the order number and his or her contact details.


18.5 Non-waiver of the General Conditions of Sale

The fact that one of the parties to these General Conditions of Sale has not demanded the application of a given clause, permanently or temporarily, may not in any case be considered a waiver of the rights of this party arising under this clause.


18.6 Nullity

If one or several provisions of these General Conditions of Sale are held not to be valid or declared as such in application of a law, a regulation or following a decision that become final made by a competent court, the other stipulations of these General Conditions of Sale shall maintain their force and scope.

Where applicable, RESEE undertakes to delete and replace this clause immediately with another clause that is legally valid.


18.7 Titles

If there is a difficulty in interpretation of the title of any one of the articles and any one of the clauses, the titles shall be considered unwritten.


18.8 Applicable law - Disputes

The law applicable to these general conditions of sale and related orders is French law.

Subject to contrary provisions in the French civil procedure code, any dispute which arises concerning their validity, interpretation or their performance and which is not settled amicably by the parties to this deed shall be subject to the courts within the jurisdiction of Paris, notwithstanding multiple defendants or expert assessment.


Editorial Co-Director: Ms Sofia Bernardin and Ms Sabrina Marshall

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CNIL Declaration:                         no. 1698925v0