The Shred Authority
16 years in business4101 W. 124th Place
Alsip, IL 60803
- (312) 842-8330
Additional Phone Numbers
- (888) 747-3302
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BBB File Opened: 04/04/2006
Business Started: 01/01/2002
Business Started Locally: 01/01/2002
Business Incorporated: 12/02/2005 in IL
Type of EntityLimited Liability Company (LLC)
- Mr. Ken Williams, Owner
- Document Shredding
- Document Destruction
- Data Storage
- Recycling Services
- Electronics Recycling
- Identity Theft Protection
- Chicago Shred Authority has requested that before filing a BBB complaint, consumers contact Ken Williams, President and CEO, at Ken@ShredAuthority.com or 312-842-2900. Please understand that you can file a complaint with the BBB now or at any time d...
Chicago Shred Authority has requested that before filing a BBB complaint, consumers contact Ken Williams, President and CEO, at Ken@ShredAuthority.com or 312-842-2900.
Please understand that you can file a complaint with the BBB now or at any time during this process. It is our hope that Chicago Shred Authority will resolve the matter for you in an expedient manner.
Products & ServicesSecure Shredding and Storage services
Service AreaWe service the following area(s): Illinois
Alternate Business Names
- Chicago Shred Authority
- Renard Limited dba The Shred Authority
- Renard Limited, LLC
Number of Employees:15
Methods of Payment
- Cash, Check, Credit Card and ACH/EFT
Refund & Exchange Policy:Refunds and Exchanges do not apply to our type of business; however, if our services are inadequate, accommodations will be made.
The core competency of The Shred Authority is the secure destruction and storage of sensitive documents and other confidential items for corporate and residential customers.
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