BBB Shred Day – Nevada 2020

BBB Shred Day

BBB Shred Day – Nevada 2020 October 17, 2020 – 9AM – 12PM On Shred Day, members of the Reno community brought boxes and bags of their old paper documents to be shredded, including: Paystubs Bills Bank Statements Tax Returns & More American Document Destruction was there to help out and share information about the…

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5 Types of Identity Theft and How to Avoid Them

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Disclaimer: A majority of the content in this document has been curated by a representative of The Motley Fool and was written by Wendy Connick. For access to the original content, click the link here.  Identity theft is a serious problem, and it seems to get worse every year. So much of your personal information…

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Five Types of Documents to Shred to Prevent Identity Theft

As the world is turning more and more digital, there is less mail delivered, but that doesn’t mean that identity thieves aren’t preying on your documents. Identity thieves are still thriving on your neglected mail. More than 150 billion pieces of mail are delivered by the U.S. Postal Service every year. Much of that mail…

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What to Do If Your Identity Has Been Stolen

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Are You A Victim of Identity Theft? Don’t be careless when it comes to handling your personal information. Regularly keep track of what is going on with personal accounts such as your bank. Identity theft occurs more often than you might want to believe. It can be a lot to process when you find out…

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Summer Safety or Don’t Let the Bad Guys Know

With Memorial weekend just around the corner, we start the unofficial beginning of summer.  With all the fun times we can enjoy, it is important to take just a few moments to remind everyone some simple facts about summer safety. 1.)  Watch what and when you post on social media.   You may think that only…

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Tax Identity Theft: Protecting Your Credit and Finances

Disclaimer: A majority of the content in this document has been curated by a representative of The Simple Dollar and was written by Aly J. Yale. For access to the original content, click the link here.  Due to complications caused by the pandemic, the tax season has been extended this year from April 15th to…

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Were You Hacked?

by Seena Gressin Attorney, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC Marriott International says that a breach of its Starwood guest reservation database exposed the personal information of up to 500 million people. If your information was exposed, there are steps you can take to help guard against its misuse. According to Marriott, the hackers accessed…

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Document Destruction Is Important for Protecting Your Identity

Nowadays, identity thieves may get your identity from data breached or compromised accounts. However, some still rely on the old-fashioned methods of mail theft or digging through your trash. This is why document destruction should not be overlooked. Learn More About Secure Solution Document Destruction   Confidential Shredding Services With unscrupulous individuals becoming more and…

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