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CSGW Hosting Community Shred It Event

Web posted on September 13, 2017

GUELPH SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 2017 Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington and FileBank are joining forces to combat identity theft by hosting a community shredding event. Community members are invited to attend this event, taking place at STONE ROAD MALL.

WHERE: GUELPH: STONE ROAD MALL PARKING LOT NEAR SEARS OFF EDINBURGH ROAD.

WHEN: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD, 2017 FROM 9AM TO 12NOON.

WHAT: Community members are invited to bring all their unwanted personal documents for shredding by FileBank mobile truck. Donation of $5.00 per banker's box proceeds to the Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington program.

WHY: Identity theft is the fastest growing form of consumer fraud in North America. Community members can protect themselves by regularly destroying confidential and personal documents rather than disposing of them in non-secure places such as garbage bins.

WHO: About FileBank: For over 25 years, FileBank has been providing businesses with secure records and information management systems. We take pride in providing our clients throughout Canada with a reliable and secure document destruction solution they can trust. Your information is destroyed in our state-of-the-art, Shredtech shredder.

This industrial-grade shredder uses cross-cut blades to shred your documents to a particle size much smaller than consumer-grade shredding machines, rendering your confidential information undecipherable. When the destruction is complete, all shredded paper is baled and recycled.

About Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington
Incorporated in 1988, Crime Stoppers is a non-profit charitable program which combines the best efforts of the media, the community and the police in the fight against crime. Our goal is to promote awareness within the community and continue to educate our students and the public in making the community safer.

Since inception, $37,486,773 in recovered stolen property and illicit drugs are off our streets and out of our schools. 2,247 cases cleared and 4,234 charges laid. The numbers speak for themselvesCrime Stoppers works!

Visit www.csgw.tips for more information.


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