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Can I shred my own documents at Staples?


  1. Can I shred my own documents at Staples?
  2. Does Staples charge to shred?
  3. Why is shredding not a good idea?
  4. Is it safe to shred at UPS?
  5. Where can I shred my own documents for free?
  6. Should I shred utility bills?
  7. Is it OK to throw away old bank statements?
  8. Does Staples shred in front of you?
  9. Can you use shred for free?
  10. What should you not shred?

Can I shred my own documents at Staples?

Professional shredding services at your local Staples can give you peace of mind when it comes to paper document disposal. So what should get shredded and what should stay behind lock and key? Quick tip: Make sure you keep all your documents safely organized in a locked filing cabinet away from prying eyes.

Does Staples charge to shred?

From Staples.com: Free Shredding services (up to 5 lb.) Valid in Staples® U.S. stores only.

Why is shredding not a good idea?

Paper shredders increase security risks. You shred your documents to prevent identity theft and maintain the confidentiality of your information. But your paper shredding machine doesn't offer the most secure method for completely destroying confidential information. Document destruction equipment and facilities.

Is it safe to shred at UPS?

Customers can come in at any time and bring in any amount of shredding. We don't really do shredding, we do secure document destruction. People want to take their documents somewhere where they trust the people are going to shred them. Having UPS in our name helps with that trust factor.

Where can I shred my own documents for free?

With shredding services available at The UPS Store locations nationwide, you can get rid of your personal and business documents using one of the leading document destruction vendors, Iron Mountain®. Shred your items to help protect yourself and your business from identity theft.

Should I shred utility bills?

Credit card statements and utility bills are documents that should be high on anyone's list for shredding. Bills of that nature tend to have very sensitive information. So once payment is confirmed and you no longer need to reference that bill, make sure the document is destroyed.

Is it OK to throw away old bank statements?

You probably already know that you should always shred documents that contain your name and address or financial information, such as bills and bank statements. There are many types of document that you should dispose of securely – not just those that contain obvious confidential information.

Does Staples shred in front of you?

Secure shredding and recycling Bring in any unwanted paperwork, from old bills and envelopes to confidential documents, to be shredded, destroyed and recycled by our partner, Iron Mountain® in their secure shredding plants.

Can you use shred for free?

Most of the time, a local shredding company will be the one to host the free shreding event. It may make more sense to drop off your documents to your local shredding company, or if you have a larger volume they may offer a Residential On site Service and can come to your home and shred it for you.

What should you not shred?

Expired credit and identification cards including driver's licenses, college IDs, military IDs, employee badges, medical insurance cards, etc. (If your shredder can't handle plastic, cut up cards with a scissors before discarding them.) Expired passports and visas.



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