Shredding FAQs

Documents should be shredded that contain any of the following information:

  • Bank Account Address
  • Brokerage Account Information
  • Credit Card Numbers
  • Debit Card Numbers
  • Driver's License Numbers
  • Education
  • Employment Information
  • Insurance Policy Data
  • Passport Number
  • Social Security Numbers
  • Telephone Numbers

Legal and regulatory violations may be incurred by NOT destroying the following information before discarding:

  • Account Data
  • Audits/Surveys
  • Bank Statements
  • Brochures
  • Business Plans
  • Canceled Checks
  • Client Lists/Files
  • Computer Reports
  • Contracts
  • Copies of Checks
  • Credit Card Numbers
  • Education Reports
  • Executive Correspondence
  • Files/Records
  • Financial Statements
  • Insurance Information
  • Internal Memos
  • Legal Documents
  • Loan Information
  • Market Research
  • Medical Information/Records
  • New Product Information
  • Obsolete Contracts/Records
  • Patient Names/Billing Information
  • Payroll Records
  • Personnel Files
  • Phone Logs/Messages
  • Photographs
  • Presentations
  • Price/Inventory Lists
  • Profit & Loss Statements
  • Proposals & Quotes
  • Purchase Orders
  • Receipts/Invoices
  • R&D Files/Data
  • Sales Reports
  • Shipping Data
  • Social Security Numbers
  • Supplier Information
  • Tax Records
  • Training Information
  • X-rays

On-site document shredding is the most secure method for document destruction. You can witness the shredding on our video monitor, in your parking lot. You will have the peace-of-mind knowing that 100% destruction has been completed before our truck leaves your office. When using off-site services, you cannot achieve this level of assurance.

For routine service, it is more productive for your employees to spend time on your business rather than spend valuable time shredding.

Yes, we will come to your house and shred whatever documents you have. We do charge a minimum fee.

No, we will leave the cardboard boxes with you to destroy.

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