CCF financial experts recommend that individuals avoid the risk of identity theft or other financial crimes, by shredding anything that includes a home address, signature, banking or investment account number, social security number, medical or legal information, credit card and mortgage documents and anything that includes a credit score. The free, public event Aug. 14 from 9 a.m. to noon allows individuals to have personal documents, records and other materials safely and securely destroyed on-site with the help of five mobile Shred-It trucks.
This is a free event but individuals are limited to three boxes/bags per vehicle that are liftable. Also, no sorting will be allowed on site.
Among the many types of items that carry this kind of information that can be shredded include: financial paperwork like canceled checks and banking statements, personal IDs, credit cards, CDs, stapled and spiral-bound items and more.
In order to accommodate more traffic and vehicles, this year’s CCF Shred Day, now in its ninth year, will be held in the parking lot of the Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce offices at 12900 Hall Rd., in Sterling Heights.
There is a limit of three boxes/bags per car and all items must be contained in a lifetable box or bag and must be contained in that box or bag. There will be no sorting on-site.
Cornerstone Community Financial is a progressive, full-service, state-chartered credit union, owned and operated by its members, which currently number approximately 25,000. Originally established in 1951 as Motor Parts Credit Union, CCF today has six branch locations in Michigan and Ohio, 75 employees and nearly $330 million in total assets under management.
For more information visit ccfinancial.com.
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