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Data Protection

DirectorySpot takes the privacy of your data very seriously and will never share, sell or redistribute your data to 3rd parties. Directory data is shared and accessible only by authorized users of that same directory.

Information we store

DirectorySpot requests information such as your name and email when signing up for a new directory. As the member of a directory additional information such as phone and mailing address may be included. If you use one of our school directories, student name, grade and teacher may also be included in the directory information.

How it is used

If you set up a new directory, the name and email address you provided will be used during your login to gain access to the directory. Your name and email will also be stored in our Customer Relationship Management system and will be used by our customer service team to assist you in getting started with your new directory and sharing product updates with you.

Contact and other information stored in a directory (ie. name, mailing address, notes, student grades, and teachers) is accessible by any other authorized user of that directory. Data is managed by anyone with administrative privileges to the directory. Data for a single contact or family record can also be managed by a user that has been given explicit access to only manage that record’s content.

Information stored about members of a directory is the sole responsibility of the directory administrator(s) and/or the person with explicit access to manage a single contact or family record.


DirectorySpot employs many different layers of protection to make sure the data you store with us is safe from unauthorized access. We employ a strong password hashing mechanism, encryption of data in transit and at rest, and real-time access management. You can read more about our different security strategies here

Payment Account Protection

DirectorySpot uses the vendor Intuit to process payment information. Your account information never passes through DirectorySpot. It is sent directly to Intuit for processing, and is protected by Intuit’s systems which adhere to the government regulations for the payment card industry. DirectorySpot receives a unique token from Intuit to request information about a payment including the payment amount, status and the last four digits of the account number.

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