The collection of personal data during account opening or conclusion of a transaction is indispensable for Website access and use, and for order processing and tracking.
The following data may be collected:
First and last name, postal address, telephone number, and e-mail address
Listings posted by a Vendor
Bank information and documents necessary for identification of bank transfer recipients
CLASSIC PARTS FINDER collects certain (anonymous) information through cookies saved on the Buyer or Vendor’s hard drive, with their prior consent, in order to improve navigation on the Website during subsequent connections. Information collected includes the following:
The Buyer and the Vendor have the right to access, modify, correct, and delete data concerning them (article 34 of the law of 6 January 1978), which they may exercise by writing to CLASSIC PARTS FINDER: contact form
For any additional information or claim, you may consult the website of the CNIL (National Commission on Data Protection and Information) at the following address: https://www.cnil.fr/
Data archiving takes place on a reliable and sustainable platform, to provide a true and sustainable copy pursuant to article 1348 of the Civil code civil. Data is stored for a period of two years following the last contact with the Website, excluding information that may be reclaimed by the tax administration and/or other administrative authority, which as a result may be stored for the applicable legal time frame. As long as the data is stored, CLASSIC PARTS FINDER shall implement any technical and organizational measures necessary to protect the collected data from any kind of damage, loss, misuse, intrusion, release, alteration or destruction.
SSL protocol (Secure Sockets Layer)
Automatic save of the database
CSRF / XSS protection
Access to collected data is strictly limited to employees and agents of CLASSIC PARTS FINDER, and if applicable, its subcontractors. CLASSIC PARTS FINDER imposes strict confidentiality and adherence to contractual provisions and applicable legislation on its subcontractors. CLASSIC PARTS FINDER agrees not to release the personal information of Buyers or Vendors or its client list, for free or for compensation, and not to divulge them except with a legitimate and imperative motive (legal obligation, judicial or administrative order, fight against fraud or abuse, exercise of defense rights, infringement of third-party rights). This does not apply to the transfer of information to a Vendor with whom a Buyer has placed an order via the Website, nor to the transfer of information to technical or financial service providers for the purposes of Order fulfillment and Website use.
Personal data collected by CLASSIC PARTS FINDER in this manner is exclusively hosted in Switzerland, to the exclusion of any other transborder transfer.
CLASSIC PARTS FINDER does not use automated decision-making with regards to outsourcing personal data.
Pursuant to the Order of 30 December 2019, applying article 242 bis of the General Tax Code, CLASSIC PARTS FINDER is required to transmit to the tax administration a certain amount of information regarding persons performing commercial transactions via the Website.
CLASSIC PARTS FINDER informs the users of the Website that it is their responsibility to fulfill their social and tax obligations by making necessary declarations of activity and revenue generated via the website to the relevant administrations.
The information required for these declarative obligations can be found on the tax administration site at the following address: https://www.impots.gouv.fr/portail or on URSSAF’s website at the following address: https://www.urssaf.fr/portail/home.html
General information can also be found on the public service site .fr which can be accessed at https://www.service-public.fr/
CLASSIC PARTS FINDER reminds Website users that CLASSIC PARTS FINDER is required to send them an annual summary every January of the number and amount of the transactions performed via the Website.
Pursuant to regulation, the taxable sum of transactions in France must be provided on this report.
In application of regulations, CLASSIC PARTS FINDER is also annually required, before January 31, to send the tax administration a document synthesizing all summaries sent to Vendors, except for operations carried out in the year in question below a certain amount collected or a certain number of transactions performed, which shall be set annually by the administration.
CLASSIC PARTS FINDER also notes that as of 1 January 2021, the operators of the online platform are legally bound to maintain a registry allowing the administration to verify the payment of VAT when owed. This registry, and the information it contains, must be maintained for 10 years.
In the event of a dispute between the professional and the consumer, they shall attempt to reach an amicable settlement.
In the absence of an amicable settlement, the consumer may freely contact the mediator for the professional’s sector, namely Association des Médiateurs Européens (AME CONSO), within one year of the written claim addressed to the professional.
The claim submitted to the consumer mediator must be made:
either by filling out the relevant form on l’AME CONSO’s website: : https://www.mediationconso-ame.com;
or by sending a letter addressed to AME CONSO, 11 Place Dauphine – 75001 PARIS.
Disputes between CLASSIC PARTS FINDER and website users
Barring any imperative legal provision to the contrary, disputes relating to the fulfillment or interpretation of orders are the sole jurisdiction of the regional Courts of CLASSIC PARTS FINDER’s headquarters. French law shall apply except in the case of international contracts.
Disputes between buyers and vendors
CLASSIC PARTS FINDER offers a resolution center tool for disputes between Buyers and Vendors.
A Buyer or Vendor who considers themselves aggrieved following a transaction concluded via the Website, may:
• use the resolution center to attempt to resolve their dispute;
• use the “Contact Us” link on the Website.
To file a dispute, the Buyer or Vendor must send CLASSIC PARTS FINDER a message containing at least the following information:
• the sale number or numbers for which the plaintiff feels aggrieved;
• The contact information of the Vendor or Buyer against whom the dispute is being filed
• The contact information of the plaintiff;
• The reason for the dispute.
If necessary, CLASSIC PARTS FINDER shall contact both parties to hear each of their versions of the facts. Using these conditions, CLASSIC PARTS FINDER shall assess responsibility and decide which measures to take.
If the dispute deals with a subject, behavior or actions outside of the rules of these General Conditions, CLASSIC PARTS FINDER shall decide which measures to take to best preserve the interests of the Website and its users.
In the event of failure to adhere to one or more rules in these Conditions, CLASSIC PARTS FINDER reserves the right to suspend or close a user’s account, without compensation or prior notice, and/or prohibit access to all or part of its services, without incurring any obligation of compensation for damage or interest that CLASSIC PARTS FINDER may claim. The user shall accept CLASSIC PARTS FINDER’s decisions and no appeal may be made.
Furthermore, it is agreed that the termination of one or more sales does not entail the reimbursement of any related sale fees.
The European Commission has provided a platform for online settlement of disputes. This platform can be accessed at the following link: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr