Shred time

I’m pretty paranoid about shredding anything that might be used for identity theft or credit card fraud. Credit card offers are pretty easy because I take care of them as they come in, but it does take a couple hours each year to get rid of three-years-ago’s utility and credit card bills (that’s the archive cycle I’m on, your mileage may vary). If you’ve got a back log of sensitive information that you want to get rid of but know you shouldn’t just throw out, then National USA Community Shred Event is for you.

Commercial shredding company Shred-it will have their shredder trucks at the Office Depots at 6431 W Fullerton and 352 W Grand from 10 am to 2 pm tomorrow (Sat, April 28).

Credit card bills and receipts, utility bills, old tax returns, and may I suggest those high school poetry notebooks? That’s something you really don’t want falling into the wrong hands.

(Photo by willsfca)

1 Comment so far

  1. tricia (unregistered) on April 27th, 2007 @ 4:40 pm

    I SO wish they would come here! I have boxes and boxes of stuff to shred!!! And I hate doing it myself!! I always try to do too much and I jam the shredder!!

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