Canal Tour Planet.
Duration: 19th September from 10:00 a.m to 1st October 12:00 p.m (Central European Summer Time (CEST) +0200 UTC).
ARTICLE 1: ORGANIZING COMPANY
Monarch Beverages Paris (here in after referred to as the “Organizer”), headquartered at 39 Boulevard Malesherbes, 75008 Paris (France) (under SIREN registration number 408715456) is holding a free contest with no purchase necessary entitled « Canal Tour Planet » (here in after referred to as the “Contest”) from 19th September 2019 at 10:00 a.m (Central European Summer Time (CEST) +0200 UTC) until 1st October at 12:00 p.m (Central European Summer Time (CEST) +0200 UTC) inclusive and by way of the PlanetCameroun Facebook page.
The Contest will take place exclusively on the news feed of the PlanetCameroon Facebook page.
Participating in the Contest implies unreserved acceptance by the participants of the present rules and of the principle of the Contest. Any breach or violation of one or more of the Articles of the present rules will result in the automatic cancellation of the participation and any possible granting of prizes.
ARTICLE 2: PARTICIPATION CONDITIONS
This Contest is free to enter and carries no obligation to purchase. It is open to any physical persons aged 21 or over with internet access and a personal Facebook page, and residing in Cameroon with the exception of the staff of the Organizer and their families and local partners (Source du Pays), as well as all persons who participated in the development of the Contest.
This Contest is subject to the regulations of French law applicable to games and contests.
The Organizer reserves the right to ask any participant to prove their age and if necessary, disqualify a participant who cannot do so.
In the event that an initial winner is not at least 21 years of age and/or cannot provide sufficient evidence to prove their age, the Organizer reserves the right to randomly select another winner.
All and any participation in the Contest implies the unqualified acceptance of the present rules.
ARTICLE 3: TERMS OF PARTICIPATION
The Contest will take place exclusively on the Facebook.com platform and between the dates indicated in ARTICLE 1. To enter the Contest, participants must visit the PlanetCameroun Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PlanetCameroun and click “like” on the following post:
[Canal Tour Planet Game]
– 300 tickets to win –
Until noon on October 1st, try to win 2 tickets to attend the Canal Tour Planet on October 12th in Douala.
To take part in the draw => just like this post!
Contest rules available on : https://www.sourcedupays.com/en/reglementcanaltourplanet/
Access to the Contest is restricted to one entry per person (with the same name, same surname and the same Facebook identifier) throughout the entire period of the Contest.
The Contest is accessible through the Facebook platform, (www.facebook.com), however,
Facebook can under no circumstances be held liable in the event of a dispute arising from this Contest. Facebook is neither the organizer nor the sponsor of this operation.
Any entries that are incomplete, late, fraudulent and/or non-compliant with Contest’s rules will not be counted and shall be automatically rejected.
The Organizer reserves the right to carry out any verification to ensure compliance with this article and with the Contest rules as a whole, in particular to exclude any participant who has committed any form of fraud or abuse, without however being obliged to systematically verify all participants, which may be limited to the winners of the Contest.
Disqualified participants will not be entitled to any prizes. The Organizer reserves the right to put unduly allocated prizes back into play.
ARTICLE 4: CHOOSING THE WINNERS
150 participants will be randomly selected on the day after Contest ends.
The winners will be contacted within 3 (three) days after the draw informing them of the nature of their prize and how to claim it. Any winners who do not reply within 5 (five) days of being notified of their winnings will be deemed to have forfeited their prize which will be awarded to a new participant.
150 winners will be determined by a random draw of the participants who “liked” the Facebook post mentioned in ARTICLE 3.
Each winner will receive 2 standard seat tickets worth 2000 CFA Francs each (4000 CFA Francs in total) to attend the Canal Tour Planet event on 12th October 2019 in Douala.
The Organizer reserves the right to verify the age of any winners before awarding his or her prize.
Prizes may under no circumstances be exchanged for their cash value or any other prize. The Organizer cannot be held liable for the use or non-use, or even trading of the prizes by the winners. In the event of force majeure, the Organizer reserves the right to replace the prize won with a prize of an equivalent nature and equal value.
ARTICLE 6: WINNER VERIFICATION AND PARTICIPATION ELIMINATION
Participants duly authorise any checks to be conducted concerning their identity. Failure to comply with these rules, and any cheating, fraud or attempted fraud, regardless of how it is committed, will result in the simple and immediate elimination of the perpetrator’s participation.
ARTICLE 7: CLAIMS
Prizes are neither refundable, replaceable or exchangeable (in whole or in part) and in no case may they be exchanged for their cash value or their monetary equivalent of any kind for any reason whatsoever, even in cases of force majeure.
Prizes are not subject to any (full or partial) guarantee. With regards to prizes, winners undertake to not seek the responsibility of the Organizer, concerning prize quality or any other consequences resulting from the possession of a prize.
The Organizer shall not be held responsible for any damages in the event of an incident or accident when prizes are being used/enjoyed (in whole or in part) by participants during the event.
Prizes that have been sent back by winners will not be reallocated or returned and will remain henceforth the property of the Organizer. The winner will therefore no longer able to benefit from his/her prize and the Organizer cannot be held liable.
ARTICLE 8: CONSULTING THE RULES
A full copy of the present rules can be consulted via the following link:
ARTICLE 9: LIABILITY RELATED TO INTERNET USE
Participants are reminded that the internet is not a secure network. The Organizer shall not be held responsible for any possible infection resulting from a virus or intrusion by a third party of a participant’s computer system.
The Organizer will do its utmost to provide access to the following page: https://www.facebook.com/PlanetCameroun.
The Organizer cannot be held responsible in the event of any malfunction of the Internet network that occurs outside of its control.
ARTICLE 10: AWARDING PRIZES
Prizes will be available for collection on 12th October 2019:
– Between 10:00 a.m and 14:00 p.m from Source Du Pays’ Executive Management located at Zone industrielle Bonassama, Bonabéri, Cameroun. The available contacts: Esther Bebe and Paceline Mfout.
– From 16:00 p.m onwards in front of Canal Olympia, Bessengué train station, Douala (Cameroun) at the Planet stand. The available contacts: Esther Bebe and Paceline Mfout.
Winners will need to show a valid identity document to collect prizes.
In the event that the Organizer is unable to contact the winner due to an inability to access the winner’s messenger (an absent message button from the winner’s personal Facebook page), a change in the winner’s contact details or for any other reason, the prize will be not be re-allocated and will remain the property of the Organizer. The winner therefore loses all claims to his/her prize without the responsibility of the Organizer being incurred for any reason whatsoever.
The Organizer cannot be held responsible for any accident or incident that may occur during the collection, delivery or use of the prize.
The Organizer reserves the right to substitute any prize with another prize of equal or superior value, in particular, but not limited to, in the event of a shortage of prizes initially set aside for the Contest or any other unforeseeable, unavoidable or external event that would make it impossible to deliver the prizes within a reasonable time.
In the event that a winning participant chooses to forego his or her claim to a prize, a cash or monetary alternative will not be reimbursed and the prize will consequently be retained by the Organizer and may be used in a subsequent event, if the nature of the prize so permits, and without engaging the responsibility of the Organizer.
ARTICLE 11: LITIGATION AND LIABILITY
The Organizer reserves the right, for any reason whatsoever to cancel, postpone, interrupt or prolong the Contest or to change all or part of the conditions under the present rules without it being held liable in any respect. The Organizer shall not be liable in any way if, in the event of force majeure or an event beyond its control or a justified necessity, it is required to cancel, shorten, prolong, or postpone the Contest, or modify the conditions of the Contest. Its liability cannot be engaged as a result. In any case, the Organizer reserves the right to extend the participation period. In particular, the Organizer declines all responsibility in the event that the data provided by a participant is destroyed for a reason for which it is not responsible. The Organizer declines all responsibility in the event of any incident related to Internet access, the telephone line or any other technical incident during or after a connection to the Facebook platform.
The Organizer may under no circumstances be held responsible for the prizes attributed to winning participants of the Contest, or the quality of the prizes in relation to that announced or expected by the participants, or any damage of any kind that the participants may suffer as a result of the prizes, whether such damage is directly or indirectly attributable to them.
In the event of force majeure as defined by law and case-law, the Organizer reserves the right, after notification by any means, to suspend, postpone or cancel the Contest without notice. Its responsibility cannot be engaged as a result.
In addition to the above, the Organizer may cancel all or part of the Contest if it emerges that fraud has occurred in any form whatsoever and especially in the context of computer fraud regarding Contest participation or determining winners.
Under such circumstances, the Organizer reserves the right not to award the prizes to fraudsters and/or to prosecute the perpetrators of such fraud in the competent jurisdictions.
The Organizer shall not incur any liability of any kind towards the participants for any fraud that may have been committed. In any event, the Organizer reserves the right for any reason whatsoever to extend or cancel the Contest.
Any inaccurate or misleading statements or fraud will result in the participant’s disqualification.
All disputes that arise from the Contest and its rules will be settled solely by the Organizer.
No reply will be given to any written or telephone requests for information regarding the interpretation or application of these rules, the Contest mechanisms or methods, or the designation of winners. The Organizer declines all responsibility after the awarding of prizes to the winners.
ARTICLE 12: REIMBURSEMENT OF CONNECTION COSTS
Participants can obtain, upon request reimbursement of the costs representing the time spent consulting the rules and participating in the Contest, within a limit of 3 (three) minutes maximum, excluding mobile phone connections. Written requests for reimbursement should be addressed to the Organizer and clearly indicate the following information: surname, first name, full postal address as well as the name and URL of the Facebook page with which the participant entered and the date and time of participation.
Requests for reimbursement should be accompanied with the beneficiary’s bank account information of the receiving bank and a copy of the invoice from the participant’s Internet service provider that provides details of the exact nature of the service provided and its methods of billing (unlimited, flat-rate, etc.). The dates and times corresponding to the Contest participation should also be clearly underlined or highlighted by participants.
It should be noted that since certain Internet service providers offer free or package connections to surfers, their access to the Contest will be on a free or package basis (such as, in particular, a cable, broadband (ADSL) or specialized Internet connection). Any participation in the Contest on a free or all-inclusive basis will not be eligible for reimbursement, to the extent that the subscription to the supplier’s services is, in such a case, contracted by the netsurfer for his/her general use and the participant’s connection to the Facebook platform and his/her participation in the Contest shall not incur any additional charges or disbursement.
The costs for photocopying any necessary supporting documents will be refunded on the basis of €0.15 (inclusive of VAT) per page.
Any illegible, erased or incomplete requests for reimbursement or ones received after the deadline cannot be processed. Requests for reimbursement cannot be made by telephone.
Requests for reimbursement must be sent by post before 18th October 2019 as attested by the date on the postmark and they must specify the name and URL of the participant’s Facebook page with which they entered the Contest and be accompanied with the beneficiary’s bank account information.
Refunds will be made by bank transfer and paid within 60 (sixty) days of receipt of the request once the validity and in particular, the conformity of the information within the request has been verified.
ARTICLE 13: AGREEMENT ON PROOF
In compliance with the Data Protection Act of 6th January 1978, the Organizer may rely, in particular as evidence, on any act, fact or omission (on programmes, data, files, recordings, operations and other elements such as follow-up reports or other statements of a nature or in a computerised or electronic character or format; or using such media) which is prepared, received or stored directly or indirectly by the Organizer and in particular in its IT systems, except in the case of an obvious error.
Participants shall not dispute the admissibility, validity or probative value of the aforementioned elements of a nature or computerised or electronic elements, or elements in a computerised or electronic format or using such media, on the grounds of any legal provisions whatsoever, and which might stipulate that certain documents must be in writing or signed by the parties in order to constitute evidence.
Therefore, the elements in question constitute evidence and if they are produced as evidence by the Organizer in litigation or other proceedings, they will be admissible, valid and enforceable between the parties in the same manner, under the same conditions and with the same probative force as any document that may be drawn up, received or conserved in writing.
ARTICLE 14: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
All names and trademarks mentioned in the terms and conditions remain the sole property of their author or applicant.
ARTICLE 15: JURISDICTION
Participants unconditionally acknowledge that the mere fact of participating in the Contest subjects them to French law, in particular, for any dispute that may arise as a result of the Contest subject to these rules or that is directly or indirectly related to it, without prejudice to any conflict of laws that may exist.
The present rules shall be subject to French law alone.
Any question relating to the application or interpretation of the rules, or any unforeseen question which may arise, shall be adjudicated upon definitively, depending on the nature of the question, by the Organizer and by the courts in accordance with French legislation. Disputes shall only be admissible if they are received within a maximum delay of 1 (one) week after the end of the Contest.
ARTICLE 16: INFORMATIQUE ET LIBERTES LAW (FRENCH DATA PROTECTION ACT)
The Personal data provided by participants may be used with their express consent and stored electronically in a database. This information is necessary for recording Contest participation and allows the allocation of prizes to the winners. Such data shall hereinafter be referred to as “Personal Data.”
The recipient of participants’ Personal Data is the Organizer. Personal Data provided to the Organizer, will be used exclusively within the limits of Contest management and will not be used for any other purposes.
In compliance with the Informatique & Libertés Act of January 6th 1978, amended thereafter and the 2016/679 European regulation of 27th April 2016 (known as “General Data Protection Regulation” or GDPR), each participant has a right of access to and is entitled to rectify or delete his or her Personal Data and may for legitimate reasons object to the processing of this Personal Data by contacting the Organizer at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Collected Personal data will only be retained for the duration of the Contest and used for awarding prizes.
Collected data is necessary for Contest participation. Consequently, participants who exercise their right to the suppression of their data before the end of Contest are deemed to have withdrawn their participation.
The Organizer undertakes to observe appropriate technical and organizational measures in order to preserve the confidentiality and security of participant’s Personal Data and to disclose it only to employees who require access to such Personal Data in the context of the Contest.