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  • Mobile On-Site / Off-Site Confidential Shredding Services – Loxahatchee, Florida

    Posted on December 15th, 2010 admin No comments

    MicroShred, LLC is a leader in providing mobile shredding services in Loxahatchee, FL. From small personal shredding services to large corporate file destruction, we can come to you at your location, and confidentially destroy all personal / business information under your supervision. Our services include scheduled shredding, annual shredding, off-site document shredding, commercial non-paper destruction, medical record shredding, legal file destruction, and financial paper shredding. Demand for confidential shredding is at an all time high – fear of identity theft and new rules and regulations require businesses to properly dispose of sensitive information. The quickest and best way to maintain your secure identity would be to shred your files promptly and professionally. Protect yourself from risky business in Loxahatchee!

    Loxahatchee, Florida Shred Services

    Loxahatchee On-Site Scheduled Route Service
    Daily, weekly, monthly, and semimonthly (or, biweekly) scheduled paper and commercial shredding services are available in South Florida. With this program, several sizes of stylish and office friendly shred bins are provided at no charge to easily store, lock and secure all sensitive materials designated for shredding.

    Loxahatchee Off-Site Shred Service
    While our core business is mobile / on-site document destruction, we will provide off-site shredding at no extra charge when a client requests it.

    Loxahatchee Occasional Purge / Annual Shred Service
    For those requiring annual, one-time or occasional shredding, we offer a specially priced purge program in the South Florida area.

    Loxahatchee Excess or Rejected Inventory
    We can protect your South Florida company from possible theft by destroying inventory that is overstocked, damaged or outdated. Products such as uniforms, labels, CD’s, plastic ID cards, etc can be easily destroyed.

    Loxahatchee Financial Record Shred Service
    MicroShred can handle all your financial record shredding needs in the South Florida area. Utilizing truck-mounted powerful industrial shredders, we provide a secure, convenient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly method to dispose of highly confidential documents and other materials. Our mobile shredding units come to your South Florida location and shred all sensitive material at your location, under your supervision.

    Loxahatchee Medical Record Shred Service
    Did you know that medical records are one of the primary targets for identity thieves? Thieves can steal your identity to get health services or insurance under your name. And just like your credit history, it’s important to keep track of your medical records, shredding any copies of them the second you’re done.

    Loxahatchee Legal File Shred Service
    It’s a well-established fact that attorneys who deal with their clients’ financial activities fall under the mandated provisions of the Financial Modernization Act of 1999 – better known as the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, or GLB. If your practice menu includes real estate closings, financial planning, or estate planning – or if you represent a client in any other financial area – you fall under GLB guidelines.

  • Document Shredding Company – Lake Park, Florida

    Posted on December 6th, 2010 admin No comments

    MicroShred is a leader in providing mobile shredding services in Lake Park, FL. From small personal shredding services to large corporate document destruction services, we can come to you at your location, and confidentially destroy all personal / business information under your supervision. Our services include scheduled shredding, annual shredding, off-site document destruction, commercial non-paper shredding, medical record, legal document and financial paper shredding. Demand for confidentiality is at an all time high – fear of identity theft and new rules and regulations require businesses to properly dispose of sensitive information. The quickest and best way to maintain your secure identity would be to shred documents promptly and professionally. Protect yourself from risky business in Lake Park!

    Lake Park, Florida Confidential Shred Services

    Lake Park On-Site Scheduled Route Service –

    Daily, weekly, monthly, and semimonthly (or, biweekly) scheduled paper and commercial shredding services are available in South Florida. With this program, several sizes of stylish and office friendly shred bins are provided at no charge to easily store, lock and secure all sensitive materials designated for shredding.

    Lake Park Off-Site Shredding Service –

    While our core business is mobile / on-site document destruction, we will provide off-site shredding services at no extra charge when a client requests it.

    Lake Park Occasional Purge / Annual Shred Service –

    For those requiring annual, one-time or occasional shredding services, we offer a specially priced purge program in the South Florida area.

    Lake Park Excess or Rejected Inventory –

    We can protect your South Florida company from possible theft by destroying inventory that is overstocked, damaged or outdated. Products such as uniforms, labels, CD’s, plastic ID cards, etc can be easily destroyed.

    Lake Park Financial Record Shredder –

    MicroShred can handle all your financial record shredding needs in the South Florida area. Utilizing truck-mounted powerful industrial shredders, we provide a secure, convenient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly method to dispose of highly confidential documents and other materials. Our mobile shredding units come to your South Florida location and shred all sensitive material at your location, under your supervision.

    Lake Park Medical Record Shredder –

    Did you know that medical records are one of the primary targets for identity thieves? Thieves can steal your identity to get health services or insurance under your name. And just like your credit history, it’s important to keep track of your medical records, shredding any copies of them the second you’re done.

    Lake Park Legal Document Shredder –

    It’s a well-established fact that attorneys who deal with their clients’ financial activities fall under the mandated provisions of the Financial Modernization Act of 1999 – better known as the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, or GLB. If your practice menu includes real estate closings, financial planning, or estate planning – or if you represent a client in any other financial area – you fall under GLB guidelines.

  • Financial Records : Be Careful Where You Toss Them!

    Posted on July 23rd, 2008 NewSunSEO No comments

    As we are rounding the corner of the first decade in the 21st century, the term Identity Theft has unfortunately, become a household name. Thieves are finding new ways to use and abuse stolen financial data, often creating nightmares for their victims, who must spend countless hours repairing the damage.

    While identity thieves have expanded their repertoire to include medical records, pay stubs, and even school records, financial data is still the most coveted and sought out data by identity thieves. Financial data includes your credit card receipts or statements, bank statements, tax related documents, as well as retirement/IRA and brokerage records and house records (such as mortgage and property tax statements). Even in this technological age, it seems we are still swimming in paperwork, and eventually it must be tossed. Knowing what to toss and when can be tricky for most consumers.

    Generally, financial experts advise to keep credit utility and other household bills only until you receive the cancelled check.  Credit card statements should be kept longer – about seven years (though receipts only need to be kept until your monthly statement comes and is reconciled).   It is advised to keep paycheck stubs only until your end of year tax statements come, and bank records can also be tossed after one year.  Other financial paperwork, such as IRA, retirement statements, and house records (deeds, titles, etc) should be kept permanently.

    So what is a conscientious consumer to do with all of those old financial statements containing such dangerously identifying data?

    Shredding your old financial records is an excellent way to protect yourself from identity theft. One of the most popular ways for identity thieves to get your personal information is through “Dumpster Diving”, in which crooks rummage through trash bins looking for papers with personal information on it.   By shredding your old financial records with a good quality shredder, you are completely eliminating the threat of dumpster divers.

    Small businesses and corporations typically produce a large volume of paperwork with sensitive data, and professional shredding companies are becoming more and more popular. A professional shredding service allows the business owner to easily and safely get rid of their unneeded financial paperwork, and the service is usually very cost efficient.

    There is no doubt that identity thieves are here to stay. The good news is you do have ways to protect yourself.   Being diligent with where and how you get rid of your financial records is one excellent way to keep your identity safe.