Retention Dynamics 


Privacy Policy & Security Protocols


  • We will never provide your client lists to another entity, private or government, for any reason.
  • We will never provide your personal information to another entity, private or government, for any reason.


The Stored Communications Act (SCA, codified at 18 U.S.C. Chapter 121 §§ 2701–2712) is a law that addresses voluntary and compelled disclosure of "stored wire and electronic communications and transactional records" held by third-party internet service providers (ISPs). Other laws deal with disclosing data saved on our computers. But as for an ISP, while a search warrant and probable cause are required to search one's home, under the third party doctrine such as what this law creates only a subpoena and prior notice (a much lower hurdle than probable cause) are needed to subject an ISP to disclose the contents of an email or of files stored on a server.


What that means is that technically an ISP can feel compelled to hand over user's data if presented with a seemingly valid subpoena. Two things about that. One, that's part of why we do not use an ISP based in the United States, because privacy laws are weaker here. We only use European ISP services because they are governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) European Union statutes which provide ultimate privacy for ISP users. You can learn more about GDPR at But the other thing about ISP vulnerability with regard to privacy laws in the United States is that any governmental or judicial agency would have to come through us first to find out who our ISP actually was in the first place and we are not likely to provide that information because we are not required to do so under The Stored Communications Act. And since we used the same guy that set up Hillary Clinton's home server it would be difficult for them to find anything on our servers too. After all, any data preservation strategies that are good enough for our trusted elected officials is good enough for us.


The bottom line is that we got your back. We understand how vital keeping information private is in today's world and will never do anything to compromise your security or the information that you share with us about your clients and contacts.


As for selling your information, simply put, it would be stupid for us to do that because we'd not only lose you as a customer but also face valid litigation from you based on the promises just made above. And obviously we would lose that very costly legal battle. We know it's easy to test any vendor that you share this type of information with by just implanting a mole in your data. Meaning, you can easily add an identifier to an address that you have personal access to and if you ever received any correspondence to that uniquely identified address that you would know exactly how the sender got that address because we would be the only ones you had ever given that address to. Knowing that people can and do use unique identifiers to mark a mailing list makes sure that it's in our best interest to never give your contacts to another party. We understand the financial harm that can come from someone who has a list of your customers and provides that information to your competitor and will never violate that trust.


Examples of unique list identifiers:







It's even easier when using a home address because you can simply add whatever you want to either your name or the address. Those are just a few examples and there are numerous others that you can use to track the use of your data.


Since our company policy on data security and privacy is very clear and we take it supremely serious, we will vigorously pursue all legal remedies against any of our employees, contractors, service providers or vendors who might try to violate your security or privacy. Repuation is everything in our business, just as it is in yours, and we will absolutely pursue defending it to the fullest extent of the law.


Obvious exceptions to the above statements are that your credit card information is on file with PayPal and subject to their privacy policies, which you can view at However, your contact lists are never exposed to PayPal servers. The other "exception" is that when we send a greeting card to one of your contacts we of course will need to show their information to the United States Postal Service. But again, they will never have access to your entire contact list.


If you have additional questions about our privacy policy and data security or you are a law enforcement agency, governmental agency or need to send us a request for information send your request to

Actual address:

Sample A: coded address

Sample B: coded address

John Doe

John Z Doe

John Doe

1234 Main St Suite 100

1234 Main St Suite 100

1234 Main St Suite 100Z

Chicago IL 60609

Chicago IL 60609

Chicago IL 60609