The Adirondack Trust Company announced today that they will be providing their annual personal document shredding day that is open to the public on Saturday, April 22nd. The event will take place from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at ATC’s Mabee Building located at 31 Church Street, Saratoga Springs.
Individuals are welcome to bring their personal data for confidential destruction. Items that will be accepted for shredding include sensitive papers (white or color), carbon paper, file folders, old checkbooks, bank statements, expired credit cards or debit cards, and plastic ID cards. Paper items with staples and/or paperclips will be accepted, they do not need to be removed prior to shredding.
This service is intended for individuals, and will have a 2 box limit for each person. Charles V. Wait, Jr., ATC Executive Vice President noted, “Our annual shred days have been very successful and we have had great feedback from the community. We believe it is a good reminder to our community that identity theft and fraud is a very real and important issue that can be prevented when properly disposing of personal information. As a bank, we are keenly aware of the sensitivity of bank documents and want to offer our customers and our community a way to help keep their identity safe.”
For more information regarding The Adirondack Trust Company’s Shred Day, please visit www.info.AdirondackTrust.com/ShredDay