Postcardly wants to make connecting with family and friends quick and easy. To do so we collect personal information from our customers.

  • Your email address(es): a postcard is created from the email you send us. We need to know which email address(es) you use.
  • The names and mailing addresses of the family and friends you want to send postcards to.
  • The subject line, body text and attached image(s) from your email get made into a postcard. This information goes to our printer to produce the postcards.
  • Your name, mailing address, credit card information so we can charge your credit card. We don't store your credit card number on our servers; it's held by, a leading provider of payment gateway services wholly owned by Visa.
  • Your phone number is a nice addition to a postcard so the recipient can call you to thank you. On the My Account page there's a customer setting for displaying or not displaying your phone number on the postcard.

We spot-check some of the postcards. There's no need to hold on to them so we'll be deleting them at least once a month from our servers and our printer's servers.

We won't give, share or trade your email or mailing addresses with other companies. We may email you rarely with updates about Postcardly.

This is just a summary. Read the whole privacy policy below to learn more about the information that we collect, how we use and share this information, and your options to control how that information is used or shared.

Postcardly LLC

Privacy Policy

Effective March 1, 2011

This Privacy Policy is effective as of March 1, 2011, for Postcardly LLC ("Postcardly", "we", "us" or "our"). Postcardly collects personal information from its customers ("customers", "you", "your") from it's website at and via emails from our customers.

We may amend this Privacy Policy at any time and without prior notice. The current version is always available on our website.

Personal Information Collected

When you sign up, we collected your primary email address, an associated password, your name, mailing address, phone number, credit card number, credit card expiration date, and the 3-digit security code on the back of the credit card. We also sort the names and mailing addresses of your recipients and email addresses of any approved senders. You'll email us the subject line, email body text and image(s) you want on postcards. We'll store a record of transactions between you and Postcardly, your payment history, and customer support correspondence.

Use of Personal Information

Postcardly uses your primary email address and password to keep your personal information private. We use your name and mailing address along with your credit card information to charge you for the use of Postcardly. We don't store your credit card information. That information is passed directly to (a leading provider of payment gateway services wholly owned by Visa) who retains it. Each month we tell to charge you for your postcard plan and any accrued overage charges.

You control via customer settings if your phone number is printed on the postcard. We think that's a nice way to get a quick call thanking you for sending a postcard. We may use the phone number to call you if there's a problem with your account. We won't give, sell, rent, loan, swap, or toss your phone number at anyone else.

The approved sender email addresses and names and mailing addresses are used for sending postcards to your family and friends along with the email's subject line, message text and attached image(s). The name, mailing address, subject line, message and image(s) are sent to our printer. We and the printer will spot check a few postcards, but are not screening them. We and the printer will delete this information at least once a month because we don't want to know what you're sending. You retain ownership of the text and images. We won't do anything with the text and images other than send postcards without your express permission.

We track your postcard transactions to improve our service. We retain the monthly and overage charges without knowing your credit card number. This information in aggregate may be shared with business partners and the press.

Anyone who contacts us for customer support or other reasons should know we'll retain that correspondence. This information won't be sold or shared to anyone outside Postcardly.


A "cookie" is a piece of data stored on a user's hard drive containing information about the user. As part of offering and providing personalized services, we may use cookies in an effort to save you time while on our Website. If a user rejects the cookie, he or she may still have limited use of the Website. Generally we use cookies to:

  1. Remind us who you are and to access your account information;
  2. Track and target the interests of our users to enhance the experience on our Website; and
  3. Estimate our audience size and measure certain traffic patterns.

IP Addresses

Every computer connected to the Internet is given an IP address. We use IP addresses to analyze trends, administer the Website, track users' movement and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information, and our web servers do not record the e-mail addresses of our visitors.

Law Enforcement Data Sharing

In response to warrants, subpoenas, or other valid legal process, Postcardly will have to share your personal information with the government organizations requesting the information.

Correction/Updating Personal Information

You may edit your personal information on the account page. You may also email us at

Opting Out of Correspondence

If you'd like not to receive any correspondence from Postcardly, please email us at

Children'e Online Privacy Protection Act

This website's content is intended for adults and we will not knowingly collect personal information from children under 13 years of age. If you are a parent or legal guardian of a child under age 13 who you believe has submitted personal information to this site, please contact us immediately at

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