‘Secure Your ID’ Day Sponsored by
Better Business Bureau of Eastern Michigan
**ALERT! UNABLE TO ACCEPT ELECTRONICS!**
Southfield, MI – Better Business Bureau (BBB) Serving Detroit & Eastern Michigan is once again partnering with Shred-it to host ‘Secure Your ID’ Day on May 13, 2017 at a new location - Southfield High School. Historically, BBB has accepted electronics to be recycled but due to a last minute cancellation of our electronics recycling partner BBB is UNABLE to accept electronics at this event.
Over half of identity theft victims can trace the theft to something that was stolen from their possession, so consumers are urged to attend this community shred event as an important step in protecting their privacy. Document shredding is one of the most effective ways to dispose of sensitive records, data, documents and information. However, it is important to know how long to keep certain documents, so prior to attending the event or shredding at home, consumers should consult this records retention schedule for more information.
Details for this event:
What: BBB ‘Secure Your ID Day’ – Document Shredding
When: Saturday, May 13th; 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET Please arrive early – you MUST be in line by 12:30 pm.
Where: Southfield High School 24675 Lahser, Southfield, MI 48033
Contact: Demitria Robinson; 248.799.0305 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula
Better Business Bureau Serving Detroit & Eastern Michigan is a non-profit organization with the purpose of promoting trust in the marketplace by assisting in the protection of consumers and businesses from fraud and unethical business practices. In addition to its recognized dispute resolution services, BBB maintains business reviews on the customer service history of more than 85,000 local businesses and provides consumer education materials on numerous topics. BBB provides its services free to the public and its service territory stretches across Eastern Michigan from Ann Arbor through Metropolitan Detroit, Lansing, Flint, upward to Alpena, and covers the entire Upper Peninsula of the state.