Are transactions secure?

Secure payment by credit card (SSL encryption), on your browser the secure mode is represented by a closed padlock.

You can pay all your orders on with bank cards: Carte Bleue, Visa card, Master card.

The banking information that you give is encrypted and will never circulate unencrypted on the Internet.

When will the amount of the order be debited?

If you pay by credit card, your order will be debited immediately after purchase.


1-PayPal allows you to make online payments conveniently and securely. With this system, you never communicate your bank details to the merchant site, as you will simply have to identify yourself with your PayPal email address and password.

2-It is a globally recognized online payment solution. As a bank within the European Union, PayPal offers you over 10 years of experience in secure online payments. PayPal encrypts and secures your banking information and never communicates it to the recipients of your payments.

3-PayPal allows you to be protected when shopping online from your computer or mobile.

Use of PayPal

There is no need to fund your PayPal account in advance. The source of supply you have chosen (credit card or bank account) is automatically debited at the time of the transaction.

1-Place your order on as usual

2-The PayPal interface will load and ask you to identify yourself with your PayPal email and password. Fill in the fields provided for this purpose, then validate.

3-A summary will be offered to you with the price to be paid and the indication of the end of the digits of your bank card associated with PayPal (in case you want to select another, and confirm that it is this one that you want to use). Validate.

4-If everything went well, the DEADPHONES order confirmation page appears with a new order number, and you simultaneously receive the order confirmation email, as well as the associated invoice by email.


Bank transfer using the following RIB:

Code établissement : 30003
Code guichet : 01056
Numéro de compte : 00020016568
Clé RIB : 06
IBAN : FR76 3000 3010 5600 0200 1656 806
CODE BIC - Code swift:  SOGEFRPP


The personal information collected from the customer is necessary for the processing of the order, the delivery of this order and the establishment of the corresponding invoice. Failure to provide such information will result in a rejection of the order. In order to comply with the Data Protection Act, the processing of personal information relating to customers has been the subject of a declaration by DEADPHONES to the National Commission for Data Protection (CNIL), declaration CNIL n ° 1491751 v 0. According to article 34 of the law of January 6, 1978, the customer has the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning him.

This right can be exercised by contacting DEADPHONES:

- by e-mail via the "Contacts" section of the site

- by post to the address: DEADPHONES 7 rue jean danaux 91260 Juvisy-sur-Orge (France)

The customer can also modify their contact details directly in their personal account via the "My Account" section. We undertake not to communicate your personal information to any third party without your express agreement, except to our logistics partners in order to process your orders and deliveries. Legislation or legal procedures may also compel us to disclose your personal data. We will act identically in the event that this procedure is imposed on us by law or legal proceedings.

Collection of personal data

We collect and use your personal information in order to process your requests for information and provide you with quality service, to simplify your access to our products and services. To register and process your orders and respond to your requests for information, we may collect personal data about you. In the same way, in no case, we will not ask you by email, telephone or any other means of communication of information concerning your bank card. When you browse the site, you do so in the strictest anonymity. We do not record any personal information at this stage. Your browser, on the other hand, automatically informs us about the type of computer and operating system used. The