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Central Valley Community Bank offers free shredding
- Published on 04/03/2013 - 2:12 pm
Central Valley Community Bank will host its annual free document shredding events that allow businesses and individuals to shred confidential files safely and securely from April 16 to May 29 at CVCB locations throughout the San Joaquin Valley.
During tax season in particular, businesses and individuals look to evaluate and discard sensitive documents in order to clean house and protect against identity theft and fraud. CVCB offers the service to existing and non-bank customers.
“As identity theft and fraud become more prevalent in the Valley, Central Valley Community Bank is committed to helping the community protect their personal and business information,” said Dan Doyle, president and CEO of CVCB, in a release. “These events give our customers and community members the opportunity to shred their personal information with a company they can trust.”
Central Valley Community Bank offices in Fresno, Madera, Merced, San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties are providing free paper shredding services with a limit of six banker boxes per person or business and up to shredding truck capacity. Additional boxes will be referred to an alternate location for a fee. Each branch has a specific date for the event, which will take place from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Paper shredding dates and locations can be found at www.cvcb.com.