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Stop and Shred • Documents shredded while you wait…in full view! On your way to work or home. Don’t put confidential documents in the trash. Protect yourself from identity theft and obey HIPAA and FACTA regulations by thoroughly destroying confidential information.
In today’s society with identity theft becoming more and more of a problem, disposing of confidential documents in a safe and secure way is becoming increasingly important.
Without the proper safeguards, your personal information such as bank statements, credit card receipts, various health records, or other sensitive financial information will end up in a dumpster or landfill where it is readily, and legally, available to anyone.
Stop & Shred now provides you with a safe and economical way to dispose of your confidential documents… without ever leaving your sight.
What we Shred and Why to Shred it. What needs Shredding? Protect yourself against ‘Dumpster Divers’ getting hold of your private documents. We shred not only your papers but also CD ROM’s, floppy disks, and three ring binders.
Did you ever stop to consider that your private documents are available to be taken from your dumpster or even from the landfill?
Don’t just throw your papers and electronic media into the garbage. Protect yourself against identity theft or even criminal liability by shredding all private papers.
Your credit card receipts, canceled checks, folders, binders, CD ROM’s, floppy disks, and other media holding your private information can all be thoroughly destroyed at Stop & Shred.
FACTA – Ensuring Legal Compliance
In November, 2004, a final rule with the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) was issued that addresses the disposal of consumer information. Every company that operates in the Unites States is affected by this legislation. Stop & Shred offers comprehensive solutions to ensure your company’s compliance.
FACTA is a federal law designed to minimize the risk of identity theft and consumer fraud by enforcing the proper destruction of consumer information.
The Federal Trade Commission of the United States (FTC) developed the Disposal Rule in November 2004 to further implement the policies set forth in FACTA. The Disposal Rule applies to businesses that utilize consumer information; however it affects every person and business in the Unites States.