The thebamboofamily.com website is published by the company Auto-entrepreneur HOLDING FRANCE.

31 rue Gerhard  
92800 Puteaux
SIRET number: 811 190 560 00029     
mail: contact@thebamboofamily.com
The site’s editor is Pinhas Zini.


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Phone: 0 899 701 761


The site thebamboofamily.com collects and implements automated processing of personal data forbusiness relationship management, business prospecting, order tracking, legal information or marketing and more generally for legitimate interests. This data is used by the thebamboofamily.comwebsite.

Personal data will be retained for the duration of the business relationship or, if necessary, for the duration necessary to achieve the purposes. The site thebamboofamily.com   is committed to putting in place technical and organisational measures to ensure the confidentiality and security of the data collected.

In accordance with the regulations of Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978, the person concerned has the right to information, access, rectification, opposition and delete data concerning him by addressing
an e-mail to the following address: contact@thebamboofamily.com accompanied by a copy of an identity document.


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Cookies that thebamboofamily.com issues on the site also allow us to share information with advertisers on other websites to offer you relevant and targeted advertisements with your interests. As such, we use advertising cookies. The data collected is stored thebamboofamily.com and are not transferred to third parties or used for other purposes.

In accordance with directive 2002/58/EC of 12 July 2002, thebamboofamily.com   collects your prior consent to the filing of advertising cookies, audience measurement and sharing to social networks.

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The thebamboofamily.com site thebamboofamily.comis covered by intellectual   property law, including articles L.112-2 and the following and L.341-1 of the Intellectual Property Code.

This website is operated by thebamboofamily.com. All the content on this site is the exclusive property of thebamboofamily.com. Logos, marks, photographs, texts, slogans, images, animated sound sequences or not, as well as any work built into the site are the property of thebamboofamily.com.

Any reproduction, representation, use, provision or modification, by any process, of all or part of the site or all or part of the various documents containing literary and artistic property rights, without obtaining prior permission from thebamboofamily.com, is strictly prohibited and constitutes a crime of infringement (Article L.335-2 and following of the intellectual property code).


It is expressly understood that any disputes related to the use of the Site will be subject to French law and French courts.

In the event of a dispute, the Client undertakes to contact thebamboofamily.com   as a priority to try to resolve any dispute that may arise between the parties amicably.

In the absence of conciliation, the French courts will be the only ones competent.