The group.chantellelingerie.com site is edited by CHANTELLE, a public limited company (Société Anonyme) with a capital of €2,100,214.10, having its registered office at 8/10 rue de Provigny, Cachan (94230) and registered in the Créteil Trade and Companies Register under number 562 053 694
The group.chantellelingerie.com site is hosted by:
1 Fanatical Place, City of Windcrest
San Antonio, TX 78218
The group.chantellelingerie.com site was created by Edition Lingerie:
Should the group.chantellelingerie.com site include links to other websites or internet links, CHANTELLE declines all responsibility for the content, products, advertisements and services made available or online on these sites. Access to these sites is the sole responsibility of the user.
Regarding the visuals produced, the photos are the property of CHANTELLE. These photos are not free of rights and their use is strictly prohibited without prior authorization from the copyright holders.
CHANTELLE has taken every precaution to ensure the maximum reliability of the information provided. However, the site may contain material or typographical errors, technical failures, which you acknowledge and accept when using this site.
CHANTELLE shall under no circumstances be held liable for incidental, direct or indirect damage, whatever its causes, origins and consequences, including those resulting in the cost of acquiring the goods offered on the site, resulting from the use of its site and in particular from any interruption or inaccessibility, the occurrence of "bugs", inaccuracies or omissions on the available information, fraudulent intrusions by a third party resulting in a modification of the available information.
All trademarks, logos, designs, models and more generally all distinctive signs present on the group.chantellelingerie.com website are subject to the prevailing intellectual property law or any other law.
Any use, reproduction, in any way whatsoever on any medium whatsoever is subject to prior authorization from the owner of the rights.
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How can I disable cookies?
You can configure your internet browser to disable the cookies. Because these cookies are required for the proper functioning of certain essential features of our site, you may degrade your experience on the Chantelle Lingerie site.
Choose your browser:
Open Internet Explorer
Select “Outils” (“Tools”)
Point to “Sécurité” ("Security"), then select “Supprimer l’historique de navigation” ("Delete navigation history").
Tick the “Cookies et données de sites web” ("Cookies and website data") box.
Then click “Supprimer” (“Delete”).
In the menu bar at the top, click “Safari” and then “Préférences” (“Preferences”)
Select the “Confidentialité” (“Privacy”) icon
Next to “Cookies et données de sites web” (“Cookies and website data”), tick “Toujours bloquer” (“Always block”)
If you want to see the cookies that are already saved on your computer, click "Details"
Open the configuration menu on the right of the navigation bar, then “Paramètres” (“Settings”).
Open “Paramètres avancés” (“Advanced settings”) at the bottom of the page
Under “Confidentialité et sécurité” ("Confidentiality and security"), open the “Paramètres du contenu” ("Content settings").
Open the “Cookies” section. From here you can:
Enable the cookies: Click “Bloqué” (“Blocked”).
Disable the cookies: Click “Autoriser les sites à enregistrer et à lire les données des cookies” ("Allow sites to save and read cookie data").
Click the menu button and select “Options”
Select the “Vie privée et sécurité” (“Privacy and Security") panel and go to the “Cookies et données de sites” ("Cookies and Site Data") section. From here you can:
Select “Accepter les cookies et les données de sites (recommandé)” ("Accept cookies and site data (recommended)") to enable cookies.
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The legitimate rights and interests of whistle-blowers, and those who may be involved, are protected by the applicable legal regulations. The whistle-blower must have personal knowledge of the facts, be disinterested and in good faith. Any person making a report in bad faith, or having knowledge of the false nature of the facts reported, will incur disciplinary sanctions and possibly considered liable.