The Customer can pay for their Order by the following means. If, for whatever reason (e.g. blocked, rejected by issuer), the amount due by the Customer cannot be debited, the Order will be cancelled. Maier cannot be held responsible for cancelling or refusing an order if it would appear that the bank details provided for the Order will not allow the payment to be completed.
PAYMENT BY CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD
The order can be paid for by credit or debit card. The following cards are accepted for payment: cards from the ‘CB’ network, Visa, Eurocard/Mastercard, American Express issued for accounts domiciled in Metropolitan France (including Corsica), by bank transfer to the order of Maier. The Customer’s card will be debited when the Customer places the order. For this, the Customer affirms that they are the cardholder, that it is their name on the card and that they will provide all the card details requested in a secure online environment. In order to ensure the card information remains private and secure, checks will be made online with the relevant institutions and banking organisations via the Systempay payment platform. This payment platform will be responsible for storing and processing the information for each order, including card details, in a secure environment. Furthermore, information concerning Orders will be subject to automatic data processing. Not sending the order information will prevent the corresponding transaction from being processed and analysed. Any event of outstanding payment due to the fraudulent use of a card will lead to the information used for the unpaid order being recorded in a payment incident file implemented by the Systempay payment platform. Any incorrect declaration or anomaly may also be subject to special treatment.
PAYMENT THROUGH PAYPAL
Orders may be also be paid using the payment site Paypal (credit/debit card, or Paypal account) or by bank transfer. For this, Maier uses Paypal’s secure payment service. Maier has no access to private information regarding the payment method as this is managed directly by the secure service. The Customer’s card is debited when the customer places the order. Instructions: At the payment step, choose Paypal as the payment method. You will automatically be redirected to your Paypal account. Log in or create an account if it’s your first time and confirm your payment. Once your payment has been accepted, you can return to the Maier site to finish your order.
PAYMENT BY BANK TRANSFER
The Order can be paid for via bank transfer to Maier’s bank account, the details of which are as follows: Bank: 13907 Sort code: 00000 Account No.: 00200502162 RIB key: 17 International Bank Account Number (IBAN): FR76 1390 7000 0000 2005 0216 217 Bank Identification Code (BIC): CCBPFRPPLYO Address: Banque Populaire Loire et Lyonnais Lyon Bellecour Account holder: Maier, 91 rue Président Edouard Herriot, 69002 Lyon, France
PAYMENT IN SEVERAL INSTALMENTS
A credit loan is a financial commitment and must be repaid. Please ensure you have the necessary resources to repay any loan you take out. For Orders totalling between one thousand five hundred euros (€1,500) and fifteen thousand euros (€15,000), the Customer can pay for their Order in ten (10) instalments with zero interest, subject to acceptance by Maier’s financial partner Sofinco. Scale and conditions applicable on: 24/09/2020. You have a legal right of withdrawal. Offer reserved for private customers, subject to acceptance by: Sofinco, which is a part of CA Consumer Finance, Plc with a capital of €554,482,422. Massy Head office, 1 rue Victor Basch - CS 70001 - 91068 MASSY Cedex, France - 542 097 522 Evry Corporate and Trade Register. Insurance intermediary registered with the Register of Insurance Intermediaries with the number 07 008 079 (available for consultation at www.orias.fr). Optional insurance provided by CACI Life dac (Death) and CACI Non-Life dac (Total and Irreversible Loss of Independence, Permanent and Total Invalidity, Temporary Total Incapacity to Work) and Fidelia Assistance (assistance). CA Consumer Finance is a banking establishment authorised to conduct its business by the French Prudential Supervisory Authority.