Together with Shred Guard, CBC and Wilson Insurance are coming together to offer free document shredding. It's a great way to clean your home or office of sensitive documents, and protect yourself from identify theft.
Plus, you'll be helping two great charities with donations on site!
In Fredericton - the Chalmers Hospital Foundation will be on site collecting donations.
In Moncton - the CHU Dumont Hospital Foundation will be on site collecting donations.
There is a 10 file box maximum for shredding.
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes and occurs when someone steals your name and other personal information with the intention of assuming your identity to gain access to your finances, to make purchases to incur debt in your name or commit other crimes.
Thieves steal social insurance numbers, driver’s license numbers, credit card and banking information, bank cards, calling cards, birth certificates and passports.
This stolen information is then used to finance spending sprees, apply for loans, credit cards and social benefits, open new bank accounts even redirect your mail.
No one touches your documents once deposed of in secured lockable container.
Shred Guard is an active “AAA” Certified member of the National Association of Information Destruction (NAID). NAID is an international shredding industry association that establishes best practices, introduces new technology and monitors trends and legislation to ensure that member companies operate within industry standards and ethical guidelines. All paper will be placed in a secure bin and then shredded onsite in one of Shred Guards modern onsite mobile shredders
The Chalmers Regional Hospital Foundation coordinates the support given by the community to meet the needs of the Chalmers Regional Hospital and patients it serves in order to improve the quality of health care in our community.
Since its creation in 1984, the CHU Dumont Hospital Foundation’s main objective is to raise funds to contribute to the improvement of healthcare and services offered at the Dr. Georges L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre.