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Throwing away important documents often leads to identity theft. Destruction of certificates, bills, records and credit cards protects individuals and businesses from costly theft. Shredder equipment is an important machine to have on-site in a home office, but large corporations find it best to hire a mobile service to meet federal regulations regarding customer privacy. Let a private facility destroy information, clear a hard drive, or erase an electronic storage device before throwing them out. Learn the terms they commonly use.

  • Cross-cut – Many shredders slice confidential papers vertically into strips. Enterprising thieves tape these portions together to retrieve information from the restored documents. Some machines turn forms and plastic cards into confetti using a cross-cut pattern eliminating the chances of putting the pieces back together.
  • Electronic Storage – Before throwing away printers, copiers or computers, the memory cache must be clear. Many companies do not realize that copiers and printers store data and images in the hard drive. Thieves know how to retrieve these stored images and use the information to steal identities.
  • Guarantee – Hire companies that offer guarantees. With these companies, they reimburse clients whose information is stolen in spite of their destruction service.
  • Recycling – Recycling centers accept bags of shredded papers. The materials break down to form new products.
  • Security – A company or home office must keep customer files as well as their own personal files secure from identity theft. Allowing a hacker or intruder to steal records will cost future business. The best security practices include destruction of information as soon as it is no longer needed.
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    Let our paper shredding specialists in the local Allen area help you destroy confidential documents once and for all. Make sure your documents and records are completely destroyed.
    Document Destruction Companies of America
    Get rid of your unwanted documents or records with help from our local Allen area shredding services. Providing affordable rates on fast and discreet document and record shredding.
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    Dallas Paper Shredding
    501 S 2nd Ave, Dallas, TX 75226
    Helping businesses securely shred confidential documents. We provide mobile shredding, off site shredding, and document storage. We also handle DVD, CD, microfilm and textile destruction.
    (214) 385-4225
    Shred-N-Go
    1000 Calgaary Court, Lewisville, TX 75077
    Mobile document shredding with scheduled visits or a one time purge. Business and residential service available. We shred documents, CDs, X-rays, DVDs, and video tapes. We will provide a certificate of destruction with an invoice.
    (214) 683-8327
    Data Shredding Services
    801 Hanover Dr, Grapevine, TX 76051
    Reliable site for paper shredding and document destruction in a secure environment that protects the identity and confidentiality of your company and individual papers. Trust our shredding service to destroy all your records!
    (817) 442-5005
    Secure On-Site Shredding
    708 Pulitzer Ln, Allen, TX 75002
    (214) 509-0134
    Alliance Document Shredding
    411 E Walnut, Garland, TX 75040
    (903) 348-3319
    Dfw Shredding
    17451 Dallas Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75287
    (972) 380-8877
    Starpoint Storage
    10401 Miller Rd Ste 400, Dallas, TX 75238
    (972) 289-0868
    Safesite
    2120 Hutton Dr, Carrollton, TX 75006
    (972) 263-5831
    Balcones Dispatch Line
    13921 Senlac Dr, Dallas, TX 75234
    (972) 481-1408
    Texas Recycling/Surplus
    2835 Congressman Ln, Dallas, TX 75220
    (214) 357-0262
    Mobile Shred IT & Forget IT
    Dallas, TX 75201
    (214) 337-3227
    Cintas Corporation
    2201 W Royal Ln Ste 175, Irving, TX 75063
    (972) 556-0711
    Shred 2 Pieces A
    1000 Normandy Dr, Southlake, TX 76092
    (817) 756-1560
    Midway Warehouses
    2741 Fallon Dr, Sherman, TX 75090
    (903) 891-0783
    Corrugated Services
    2920 E Randol Mill Rd, Arlington, TX 76011
    (817) 640-3111


    Protecting your financial documents, social security number, and other confidential information is more important than ever. Today's technology has improved our quality of life but it has also given those who would steal from others additional avenues to perpetrate crimes. No one wants to fall victim to identity theft or credit card fraud and the problems that ensue. Shredding your private papers and files is an important step to protect yourself against crime. Several options are available to you when you decide it's time to get serious about making sure your private business stays that way. Many types of in home shredders are available to dispose of records. These are produced in a variety of sizes and are designed to destroy papers that contain secure information. Shredders may cut secure documents into small strips of paper. Another security feature available is a cross cut model that ensures complete destruction of the material. If you have large quantities of files or data hard copies, you may choose to take your materials to a facility. Office supply stores or office equipment rental locations will have industrial grade shredders on-site. These machines are equipped to cross cut your company papers and records. Forms, electronic print outs, and other data should be disposed of properly. Government agencies have regulations that require certain businesses to dispose of documents and hard drive information. Some require that employees turn in mobile storage devices upon termination of employment. Security is a top priority for individuals and businesses. Individuals need to protect their bank certificates and family accounts. Business owners need to not only protect their private information but that of clients as well. Purchasing a document shredder or taking your files to a copy and recycling center are good business.
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