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The event will be held from
Following a recently held identity theft seminar for seniors in July, Smith says that he worked with the Municipality of
"We're offering the annual shredding event to continue outreach on an issue that can be devastating, particularly to seniors who are targeted by scams," Smith said. "Each year, we receive more positive feedback from constituents who utilize the service."
Residents may bring up to five bags or boxes of unwanted documents containing personal information for secure destruction. The event is for individuals only.
Common types of unwanted items that should be shredded may include credit card statements or applications, bank statements, canceled checks, old income tax information, insurance and medical records, and materials with identifying personal information like
"Senator Smith and I both have a passion for our friends and families from
Document shredding will occur on-site with the shredded paper later to be recycled. To accommodate the high volume of material to be shredded, additional secure collection trucks will be on site. All shredding will be performed by a local
More information is available through Smith's website, www.SenatorMattSmith.com or by calling his office at 412-571-2169.
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