Whether you need one-shot or monthly shredding services Country Mile Document Destruction is the place to go! Contact us for our very competitive rates. In fact, send us a copy of your current shredding service bill, and more than likely we can beat it! How? By cutting out the middle man and passing the savings along to you.
Our paper shredding services help keep your customers finances secure and protects you from lawsuits. We are NAID certified and you will receive a certificate of destruction for proof if you were to ever need it.
Financial Paper Shredding Services
See the last of your confidentiality problems!
If your records found their way into the wrong hands the result may be very embarrassing…or financially devasting.
You may have read these headlines in the newspaper in the past.
- Confidential Banking Information Found in the Trash!
- Dumpster “Treasure Hunt” Yields Profits for Thieves
- Think Your Financial Records get Disposed of Securely? Don’t Bank On It!
Protect your small business or personal finances from financial ruin that can take you years to get out of. Contact us today!
- Accounting Records
- Canceled Checks
- Obsolete Purchase Orders
- Payroll Information
- CD’s and Diskettes
It’s the law!
- Does your computer hard drive hold Sensitive Information?
- In 1984 the federal government passed the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) regulating how businesses deal with sensitive data. Information that has been deleted from your hard drive can still be accessed using special software. The hard drive’s platters have to be destroyed to make the data on it unreadable in order for your data to be securely destroyed.
- Attention banks, credit unions, financial institutions, and small businesses! Do you have sensitive Financial Documents that need to be destroyed?
- The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) was passed by the federal government to set up restrictions and guidelines in place that govern how financial institutions dispose of and handle their data.
- Did you know that you are regulated on how long you retain records and when you are allowed to destroy them?
- In 2002 the Sarbanes-Oxley Act was created to govern businesses on how long they have to retain your records before you can shred them. If you have any questions you can contact us to find out if these restrictions apply to you and find out what the retention times are.
- Commercial Business Document Destruction
- The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) is an amendment to the Fair Credit Report Act (FCRA). This amendment was added to protect the consumer from identity theft. The FACTA is a guideline on how to properly dispose of and protect your customers sensitive or personal data such as account numbers, social security numbers, etc.
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