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SECURE DOCUMENT SHREDDING 

With Inbox FZC’s Secure Shredding services, you’ll be able to safely and cost-effectively destroy unnecessary paper-based documents. Onsite or offsite, one-time or recurring, our solutions are tailored to you.



Why Shred?


Prevent identity theft: In order to protect your employees, your customers, and your business, it’s essential that you shred documents when they’re no longer needed. When these documents are still in your possession, it’s important that you store them in a safe and protected location.


Protect your customers: Going along with the point above, it’s important that you do everything you can to protect your customers’ identities. Even though you shouldn’t be writing down credit card information, if you do, it’s important that you shred this information right away. The same goes for any documents that have sensitive customer information on it.

Protect your employees: Employees have a legal right to privacy, and they expect that you will keep their personal information safe. Where are you discarding voided checks, old pay stubs, time cards, health records, copies of photo IDs and social security cards? If you’re simply throwing them in the trash can, you’re not doing everything you can to ensure that your employees’ privacy and identity are protected. Shredding these documents is a better alternative to just throwing them away.

You’ll save space: Do you really need all of those papers that are piling up in your office? If you have paper taking up coveted “real estate” in your office, consider shredding those documents instead. By shredding all of those unnecessary documents, you’ll create extra space in your office for other, more important things (like that new computer you’ve been wanting).

Documents you should be shredding


Wondering what kinds of documents should go through the shredder? Here are some examples:

• Tax returns

• Photo IDs

• Bank statements

• Voided checks

• Employee pay stubs

• Credit card information

• Copies of sales receipts

• Documents containing sensitive information such as name, address, phone number or email

• Employment records.

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