PageFace digital store ( is owned by SARL ZHULI, hereinafter referred to as ‘ZHULI LLC’, which is a limited liability company registered in France, with an enterprise registration identification number of: 908 114 556.

Last updated: [11/24/2023]

This Privacy Policy outlines how ZHULI LLC ("we," "us," "our") collects, uses, and discloses your personal information when you interact with our website and services, including Pageface Digital Store. By using our services, you agree to the terms outlined in this Privacy Policy. If you do not agree, please refrain from using our services.

Changes to This Privacy Policy

We may update this Privacy Policy to reflect changes in our practices or for legal and operational reasons. Revised policies will be posted on the website, with the "Last updated" date indicating the latest version.

How We Collect and Use Your Personal Information

To provide our services, we collect personal information from various sources, detailed below. The information collected depends on your interaction with us.

In addition to specific uses mentioned, we may use collected information to communicate with you, comply with legal obligations, enforce terms of service, and protect the rights of our users and others.

What Personal Information We Collect

Information Directly from You:

  • Basic contact details (name, address, phone, email)
  • Order information (billing and shipping address, payment details)
  • Account information (username, password, security questions)
  • Shopping information (viewed items, cart, wishlist)
  • Customer support information (communications with us)

Information through Cookies:

  • Usage Data, collected automatically through cookies, pixels, and similar technologies

Information from Third Parties:

  • From vendors and service providers (e.g., Shopify)
  • Payment processors for order fulfillment
  • Automatically collected information when interacting with our services

How We Use Your Personal Information

  • Providing Products and Services
  • Marketing and Advertising
  • Security and Fraud Prevention
  • Communication with You


We use cookies to enhance site functionality, remember user actions and preferences, and analyze user interaction. Users can manage cookie settings in their browsers, but note that this may impact certain features.

How We Disclose Personal Information

We may disclose personal information in legitimate circumstances, including to vendors, business partners, affiliates, or in connection with business transactions. Categories of disclosed information include identifiers, commercial information, and internet or network activity.

User Generated Content

Content submitted to public areas of the services is publicly accessible. We are not responsible for the privacy or security of such information.

Third Party Websites and Links

Links to third-party websites are provided, but we are not responsible for their privacy or security. Users should review the privacy policies of these sites.

Children's Data

Our services are not intended for children. If personal information about a child is provided, parents or guardians may request its deletion.

Security and Retention of Your Information

No security measure is perfect, and we cannot guarantee perfect security. Information retention depends on factors such as maintaining accounts and legal requirements.

Your Rights and Choices

Users may exercise rights such as access, deletion, correction, and opting out of certain activities. We will not discriminate against users for exercising these rights.


Complaints about personal information processing can be directed to us. If unsatisfied, users may appeal or lodge a complaint with their local data protection authority.

International Users

Personal information may be transferred outside your country, including to the United States. Transfer mechanisms align with recognized standards for data protection.

Security Policy

Electronic commerce: Electronic financial services delivered via electronic means including, but not limited to, the Internet or other electronic delivery vehicles.

Specific examples of e-commerce activities include:

  1. Internet/world wide web services
    • Email inquiries and responses
    • Publishing of general information on ZHULI LLC web site
    • Data entry or verification by staff on a vendor’s data processing system
    • File transfers of member information for direct mail projects or statement generation
  2. Web account access
    • Viewing share or loan transaction history and balances
    • Transferring funds between shares and loans, transfers to other financials, or Person to Person Transfers (PTP)
    • Requesting a check withdrawal from a share or loan
    • Applying for ZHULI LLC services through applications or forms
    • E-mail statements
    • Electronic retrieval of check copies
    • E-alerts
  3. Online bill paying services
  4. Audio response/phone based
  5. Wireless services
  6. Mobile banking

 Encryption: Is the conversion of data into a form, called a cipher text, which cannot be easily understood by unauthorized people.

Authentication: Is the process of determining whether someone or something is, in fact, who or what it is declared to be. Depending on the transactions, a more stringent authentication process may be required.

Firewall: Any hardware and/or software designed to examine network traffic using policy statements (ruleset) to block unauthorized access while permitting authorized communications to or from a network or electronic equipment.


ZHULI LLC recognizes the importance of electronic commerce (e-commerce) activities to its present day operations.

ZHULI LLC is committed to using e-commerce activities in a cost effective manner that promotes accuracy, safety, security, and efficiency. These activities bring automation and efficiencies to traditional manual tasks and allow quicker access to information resulting in improved member service.


This e-commerce policy is to be used as both a guideline and an overview in the management of ZHULI LLC’s electronic services.

Policy Detail

ZHULI LLC is committed to enhancing member service through the use of many forms of e-commerce activities.

Electronic commerce activities include ZHULI LLC’s web site, email, telephone access system, ACH transactions, ATM system, online bill payment, and home banking services. They also include business-to-business transactions where interaction is conducted electronically between ZHULI LLC and its business partners using the Internet as the communications network.

It is the practice of ZHULI LLC to safeguard member data at all times, including the processing of e-commerce transactions. Information must be protected at both the sending and receiving ends of each transaction. To accomplish this, there are several levels of protection applied to e-commerce activities.


Encrypting transactions provides security by ensuring that no portion of a transaction is readable except by the parties at each end of the transmission. This ensures that data can be transmitted securely without concern that another party could intercept all or part of the transaction. Encryption also makes certain that the transaction is not tampered with as it routes from point to point and data is received exactly as it was sent. ZHULI LLC will use a minimum of 128b encryption. This also applies to vendors that host ZHULI LLC member data.


After a secure connection is established, the initiating party must prove his/her identity prior to conducting the transaction. This is typically handled with user IDs or account numbers, along with password or PIN combinations. Additionally, encryption certificates are also employed to validate the authenticity of both servers and users. System administrators control system access by assigning users different levels of access for applications and data. These access levels are determined by senior management and are specific to each job function. This ensures that access to applications and specific types of transactions are only granted as job functions require.

Response Program

In the event PURPLESEC suspects or detects unauthorized individuals have gained access to member information systems, PURPLESEC will report such actions to appropriate regulatory and law enforcement agencies according to PURPLESEC’s information security response procedures.

For more information or to contact us:


NumeriParc, Rue Lucien Langenieux

42300 Roanne, France

Email us: [email protected]