Identity Theft On The Rise
Over the past 2 years, an estimated total of 11.7 million Americans were victims of some sort of identity theft. Over a 5 year period, this number is increasing at an average rate of 1.1 million Americans, representing 10.1 million victims per year. (Statistics according to the Federal Trade Commission).
Confidential Document Destruction
Just Shred offers a confidential document destruction process that allows you to watch the full destruction of your sensitive personal documents and records. The shredded material is then recycled for environmentally responsible disposal. You will have peace of mind knowing that your documents have been safely destroyed and there is no risk of them falling into the wrong hands! Our industrial grade shredder can shred 2,000lbs-per-hour of: paper, cardboard, folders, staples, paper clips, binder clips and even 3-ring binders – all saving you time and hassle of separation.
According to the FTC (Federal Trade Commission):
To thwart an identity thief who may pick through your trash or recycling bins to capture your personal information, always shred your charge receipts, copies of credit applications, insurance forms, physician statements, checks and bank statements, expired charge cards that you’re discarding, and credit offers you get in the mail. >> Read More at www.FTC.gov
How Long Should I Keep Important Documents?
Follow these guidelines to help you determine when to shred sensitive documents:
I’m ready – How does it work?
No appointment necessary at Just Shred! Just bring in your documents and we will give you a free estimate. We then use our industrial shredder to completely destroy your sensitive documents. The shredded material is then recycled.
If you need help unloading your documents, no problem! Just ask us about our curb-side service and we will unload your documents for you.
Better Shredded Than Sorry! – We Shred:
No appointment necessary at Just Shred! Just stop in or just call 317-872-6460 for more information / email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.