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Quick Tip of the Day: Don’t forget to shred your documents!

You’ve been through a lot, but when sifting and cleaning out your items don’t forget to shred everything with your name on it. Identity theft can still happen especially at this time when you are most vulnerable. There are scammers and fraudsters out there lurking to get what they can, so be careful. Cintas document management expert recommends people to look before they trash. Many personal documents and electronic devices such as computer hard drives may be damaged from flooding, but also likely contain sensitive personal data. While many consumers might be inclined to throw these items to the curb, it is critical to securely shred and destroy these materials so confidential information is not compromised.