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  • Biden announces community shredding events this Spring

    Posted on March 23rd, 2012 admin No comments

    Attorney General Beau Biden announced that his Consumer Protection Unit is sponsoring four community shredding events at locations statewide this spring to help consumers safety destroy sensitive documents and prevent identity theft. Each event will feature free on-site document shredding and staff from his office will be available to provide information and answer questions about consumer scams and frauds. Consumers may bring up to three file-sized boxes of documents; emptied boxes will be immediately returned.

    “Consumers can help guard themselves against identity theft by taking some simple precautions, such as closely monitoring their bank and credit card accounts, limiting information they share online, and shredding documents that contain personal information,” said Biden.

    Identity theft can occur in a variety of ways, from email and texting scams to thieves rummaging through trash for bank statements, bills, and other documents that contain consumers’ information. Shredding these documents before discarding them is an effective method of fighting theft at its source.

    The Attorney General’s Office is proud to sponsor consumer shredding in support of the Inaugural Glasgow Regional Park Community Day, hosted by New County Councilman Dave Tackett and co-hosted by State Senator Bethany Hall Long, State Representative Earl Jaques, New Castle County Executive Paul Clark, and New Castle County Councilmembers Lisa Diller and Bill Powers. The day’s events feature emergency services demonstrations, health and wellness screenings, family entertainment and outdoor activities, and more. Visit for more information.

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