On-Site Document Shredding

Individuals need to shred their personal and confidential information so that they can protect themselves against identity theft and fraud.

It can take up to four years for victims of identity theft to clear up the resulting problems.

Businesses need to shred all discarded client, patient and employee information because the Federal Law requires it. Businesses have the responsibility to protect their customers’ personal information and violations could result in legal action.

Think Green” – You will also be doing your part in preserving and protecting our environment, as WE RECYCLE ALL SHREDDED MATERIAL.

Call 1.866.66SHRED or contact us online today to schedule your shredding services.

Documents that contain any of the following personal information should be shredded

  • Telephone numbers
  • Addresses
  • Drivers License Numbers
  • Social Security Numbers
  • Passport Numbers
  • Credit Card Numbers
  • Bank Account Information
  • Insurance Information
  • Debit Card Numbers
  • Employment Information
  • Brokerage Account Information

Documents that should be shredded include:

  • Financial Statements
  • Medical Records
  • Legal Documents
  • Receipts & Invoices
  • Payroll Records
  • Bank Statements
  • Tax Records
  • Contracts
  • Debit Card Numbers
  • Credit Card Statements
  • Loan Documents
  • Personnel Files
  • Proposals & Quotes
  • Cancelled/Voided Checks
  • Profit/Loss Statements
  • Business Plans
  • Inventory/Price Lists
  • Computer Reports
  • Executive Correspondences
  • Obsolete Contracts
  • Utility Bills

In addition to your paper shredding needs, Southern California Shredding can also shred the following media:

  • Hard Drives
  • CD’s
  • Video Tapes
  • Film
  • MicroFiche