Free paper shredding event
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Apr 23, 2013 | 2639 views | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Anyone wanting to dispose of documents can bring them to a free one-day shredding service at the Central Valley Community Bank on Wednesday, April 24.

A mobile shredding unit will be at the Tracy bank, 60 W. 10th St., from 9 a.m. to noon to shred paper documents. The service is free of charge, regardless if the person or business is a current client of the bank.

It’s the seventh annual shredding event at the bank’s several branches in San Joaquin County.

According to bank officials, document shredding will be limited to six banker boxes per person or business, and additional boxes will be referred to an alternate location for a fee.

Bank officials suggest the following should be shredded:

• Out-of-date documents with sensitive information

• Tax returns and monthly checking account statements older than seven years

• Pay stubs for years prior to the most recent tax return filing

• Credit card receipts with the full credit card numbers on them

According to Dan Doyle, CEO of the bank, the goal of the event to help prevent identity theft and fraud.

“As identity theft and fraud become more prevalent in the Valley, Central Valley Community Bank is committed to helping the community protect their personal and business information,” he stated in a recent press release.

For information: 830-6995.

• Contact Denise Ellen Rizzo at 830-4225 or
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