Securing payments


The payment system is provided by the Direction Générale des Finances Publiques via its dedicated tool PayFip or TIPI-Régie.

The total confidentiality of banking information is ensured by the DGFiP services and is secured by the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol, which systematically checks the validity of access rights during your payment by bank card and encrypts all exchanges in order to guarantee confidentiality.

Consequently, the customer's credit card details never pass through the network and are not collected by the Musée de la Conserverie Alexis le Gall or by its service provider Netao.

The payment is made directly to the account holder of the Revenue Agent at the DGFiP's Treasury Deposits Department.

Personal data

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD) of 27 April 2016, the personal information communicated by filling in the online sales form is intended for the sale of admission tickets and access to events organised by the museum centre. The legal basis is the legitimate interest of the online sales service.

The Customer's personal information is intended for the Musée de la Conserverie Alexis le Gall, as well as for its subcontractors involved in the technical and commercial management of the processing of orders (net agencyao). In the absence of consent, personal data may not be communicated to any third party partner or used for any other purpose (e.g. sending information, newsletters).

Personal data is kept for the time necessary to process the Customer's Order and is deleted two years after the date of closure of the last request.

In accordance with the RGPD, the client has the right to access, rectify or delete data concerning him/her, which he/she can exercise by contacting the Data Protection Officer of the Pays de Cornouaille Territory by e-mail: or by phone 02 98 60 25 65.

It is specified that the Customer is not profiled or subjected to automated decision-making and that his personal data is not hosted or transferred outside the European Union.

If the customer believes that his or her data is being processed in violation of the relevant legal and regulatory obligations, he or she has the right to lodge a complaint with the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL).