Prevent Identity Theft
Cintas and Western Records Destruction are providing services to consumers and businesses at no charge on BBB "Secure Your ID" Day to encourage shredding. To take a bite out of crime, simply bring your items to be shredded. Receive valuable information on records destruction and retention from the experts.
Don’t know what to shred and what to keep? Here’s a quick run-down:
· Keep for three years: bank statements, expired insurance policies, employment applications, and more
· Keep for seven years: invoices, cancelled stock certificates, payroll records, withholding statements, and more
· Keep permanently: deeds, mortgages, tax returns, audit reports, insurance records, legal correspondence, property records, and more
Check out our full Records Retention Schedule online for more details.
Businesses, do you know how to protect your customers’ data and privacy? Learn everything you need to know with
Western Idaho and Eastern Oregon Location
WHEN: Saturday, April 26th, 2014
WHERE: Idaho Department of Transportation
3311 W. State St., Boise
TIME: 10:00 am-12:00 noon
What to Bring: old checks, junk mail, bank statements, etc. Up to 3 boxes/paper bags of old documents, files and records.
Call the BBB office at 208-342-4649 or 800-218-1001 with any questions.
Sponsored locally in part by:
Western Records Destruction
Cintas Document Management
Our next Secure Your ID Day will be
April 26, 2014
Take Advantage of BBB "Secure Your ID" Day
Did you know that protecting your identity is largely in your own hands? Fifty-six percent of identity theft victims traced the theft to something that was stolen from their own possession.
So here’s the first rule: If you don’t need it, shred it – responsibly. BBB is here to help with Secure Your ID Day.
On Saturday, April 26, 2014, BBBs across North America will host this helpful identity theft prevention event featuring FREE on-site shredding, electronic recycling, plus tips to protect your identity.
The fall Secure Your ID Day event is scheduled for Saturday, October 11, 2014