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At AARP, we’re serious about wanting to help consumers fight identity theft!  That’s why we’re teaming up once again with Fox 13 News and Shred-It to offer free shredding events, this time in both Midvale and Ogden on Saturday, July 15 from 8:00am–11:00am. This event is open to the public, regardless of age or AARP membership.  Shredding sensitive financial documents and other materials that contain personal information will prevent thieves from using these data to open false accounts or lines of credit.
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It couldn’t be clearer -- Cincinnati area residents want to protect themselves and their families from fraud, scams and ID theft.
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Cleveland area residents took steps to protect themselves from ID theft when they dropped off 4.5 tons of household documents that contained sensitive information for shredding and recycling at the community shredathon that AARP Ohio co-sponsored on the west campus of Cuyahoga Community College in Parma.
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Spring cleaning and time to safely dispose of your personal documents in a secure environment. Each event is free and open to the public.
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Protect yourself from identity theft when you shred, destroy and recycle documents and digital devices that contain your personal information at a special event at the Cuyahoga Community College West Campus in Parma on the third Saturday in April.
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AARP is working with community partners to help you protect yourself and your family from identity theft by shredding, destroying and recycling documents and disused digital devices that contain your personal information.
WHERE HAVE ALL THE TISSUES GONE? by Dick Weinman, The Thin Edge of Dignity
How far would you go to protect your hard earned good credit and family finances? If you live in Northern Kentucky, help is just across the river in Cincinnati.
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