About the Faith Group

Beauty Mission Co., Ltd.

Direct Management Salons Division, Direct Marketing Division, Credit Department

●Direct Management Salons Division: Operation of esthetic salons
The Direct Management Salons Division operates esthetic salons that provide lifestyle-level support for customer beauty and health based on the three facets of beauty.
The company also provides a range of services such as store operation and sells cosmetics, health foods, and slimming lingerie.
It is dedicated to fostering managerial and practical expertise as it pursues the mission of providing sincere service to customers.

●Direct Marketing Division: online/ telephone sales department
The Direct Marketing Division accepts orders for safe, high-quality cosmetics online and by phone.
It strives to communicate closely with customers and offer fine-grained service based on its corporate philosophy of sincerity.
The company is dedicated to growing together while supporting customers by communicating the appeal of carefully crafted Celbest cosmetics to as large an audience as possible.

Company profile

Trade name

Beauty Mission Co., Ltd.

Address

Headquarters
Faith Building, 2-7-8 Tanimachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka 540-0012
Celbest Division
Phone: +81(0)6-6945-7257

Salon Operations Division
Phone: +81(0)6-6945-5234

Credit Division
Phone: +81(0)6-6945-7175

Celbest Customer Center
5th floor, Nihonseimei Hakataekimae Building 2, 4-1-1 Hakata-ekimae, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka
Toll-free number: 0120-7970-43
Phone: +81(0)92-481-0001

President

Shinichi Kojima

Established

October 21, 1994

Capitalization

¥20 million

Businesses

Manufacturer and seller of cosmetics
Manufacture and sale of cosmetics
Manufacture and sale of health foods
Operation of esthetic salons
Management of consumer credit purchases

Partner bank

Yao Branch, MUFG Bank, Ltd.

Official websites

Basic policy on preventing harm from criminal organizations

  • 1. The Faith Group is dedicated to ensuring the safety of officers and employees in the face of unreasonable demands by criminal organizations.
  • 2. The Group has built collaborative relationships with the police, the National Center for Removal of Criminal Organizations, and outside specialized entities such as law offices in order to prevent harm from criminal organizations as part of an effort that encompasses its entire organization, from top management down.
  • 3. The Faith Group does not deal with criminal organizations in any fashion, including through business transactions. In addition, it rejects unreasonable demands from such organizations.
  • 4. The Group pursues firm, legal action to address unreasonable demands from criminal organizations.
  • 5. The Group does not engage in behind-the-scenes dealings under any circumstances. It never provides funding to criminal organizations.

Designated credit bureau to which the company belongs under the provisions of the Installment Sales Act
Credit Information Center (CIC)
15th floor, Shinjuku First West, 1-23-7 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8375
Toll-free number: 0120-810-414
URL: https://www.cic.co.jp/en/

Request concerning address changes

Please notify the company as soon as possible in the event your address changes, for example if you move.
If you fail to do so, important notices from the company may not reach you.

Joint use of merchant data

The Japan Consumer Credit Association’s Data of Merchant Center makes joint use of merchant data as described below in accordance with the provisions of Article 23 Paragraph 5 Item 3 of the Act on the Protection of Personal Information.

  • 1. Merchant data exchange program
    The Japan Consumer Credit Association (“the Association”) has been licensed by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry in accordance with the provisions of Article 35 Paragraph 18 of the Installment Sales Act.
    The Association collects, organizes, and furnishes information necessary to protect the interests of customers (credit customers) and other stakeholders, which is one of its licensed areas of operations, through the JCA Data of Merchant Center (“JDM Center”).
  • 2. Reporting and use of data collected from merchants and others
    Companies participating in the merchant data exchange program (“JDM members”) collect and use the information listed under 3(2) below (“Joint-use data”) in order to facilitate merchant credit checks when merchants apply for a merchant agreement, merchant examination of merchants who have entered into such agreements, screening of merchant measures and ongoing transactions, and other investigations. Data is reported to the JDM Center and available for joint use by JDM members.
  • 3. Joint use of merchant data
    • (1) Purpose of joint use
      The company reports the following information to the JDM Center and allows joint use of that data by JDM members as part of the merchant data exchange program that is run as a licensed installment plan association under the provisions of the Installment Sales Act in order to improve the precision of the process used to screen merchants when they apply to become JDM members and following membership, eliminate irresponsible merchants, promote the appropriate management of credit card numbers and other data and prevent unauthorized use of credit card numbers and other data (“appropriate management of credit card numbers and other data”), foster the healthy development of credit transactions, and help protect consumers: (a) information related to merchant conduct that could harm customers and other entities (including in cases where involving questionable conduct or where it is difficult to determine whether the conduct in question is potentially harmful), (b) merchant-related information needed to protect customers and other entities, (c) information about merchant conduct that would hinder the appropriate management of credit card numbers and other data, and (d) merchant-related information that is necessary to facilitate appropriate management of credit card numbers and other data.
    • (2) Joint-use data
      • [1] Facts and reasons needed to process complaints related to the merchant in question or other entity as part of intermediary transactions involving individual credit purchases
      • [2] Facts and reasons surrounding the termination of an agreement related to intermediary transactions involving individual credit purchases due to conduct that could harm customers or other entities as part of individual credit purchases
      • [3] Facts and reasons needed to facilitate appropriate management of credit card numbers and other data by the merchant in question in the context of an agreement on handling credit card numbers and other data
      • [4] Facts and reasons describing measures taken concerning merchants whose steps to facilitate the appropriate management of credit card numbers and other data in the context of an agreement on handling of credit card numbers and other data do not satisfy the standards set forth in the Installment Sales Act or may not live up to those standards (including termination of the agreement on handling of credit card numbers and other data)
      • [5] Information in the form of objective facts related to conduct that could subject JDM members, customers, or other entities to unreasonable damage, specifically conduct that could harm customers or other entities (including conduct deemed likely to result in such harm, or conduct whose likelihood to result in such harm cannot be determined)
      • [6] Information determined to involve conduct that could harm customers or other entities (including information about conduct deemed likely to result in such harm, and information that does not support judgments about whether it concerns such conduct) as cited in complaints to JDM members from customers and other entities (not limited to customers that have entered into installment purchase agreements)
      • [7] Information related to merchant conduct that would hinder appropriate management of credit card numbers and other data
      • [8] Information collected by the JDM Center concerning factual information released by government agencies and associated information (violations of laws such as the Act on Specified Commercial Transactions, publicly released information, etc.)
      • [9] Other information related to conduct that could harm customers or other entities
      • [10] Names, addresses, phone numbers, and dates of birth of merchants with regard to the above items (for corporations: names, addresses, phone numbers, and corporate identification numbers, along with the names and dates of birth of representatives); however, names, addresses, phone numbers, and dates of birth (for corporations: names and dates of birth of representatives) may be omitted in the case of information listed in [6] that does not support judgments about whether it concerns harmful conduct
    • (3) Retention period
      The information described in (2) above will be retained for a period not to exceed five years from the date of registration (for the information described in [3] and [7], from the date of registration of completion of the measures or of termination of the agreement as described in [4] concerning the information in question)
  • 4. Scope of joint users of merchant data
    Providers of installment-plan credit purchase intermediary services, providers of individual credit purchase intermediary services, and businesses that have entered into an agreement on handling of credit card numbers and other data that are members of the Association and JDM members as well as the JDM Center

      *A list of JDM members is available on the Association’s website:
      URL  https://www.j-credit.or.jp/en/

  • 5. Contact for inquiries related to the program and procedure for requesting disclosure of information
    Inquiries concerning the merchant data exchange program and requests for disclosure of information should be directed to the JDM Center described in (6) below.
  • 6. Responsible party
    Japan Consumers Credit Association Data of Merchant Center (JDM Center)
     Address: Sumisei Nihonbashi Koamicho Building, 14-1 Nihonbashi-koami-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
     Phone: +81(3)5643-0011 (operator)

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