(WXYZ) - The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is partnering with the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office to celebrate the 15th annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW) March 3-9, 2013. During NCPW, groups nationwide share tips and information that help consumers protect their privacy, manage money and debt, avoid identity theft, and avoid frauds and scams.
This law enforcement partnership will sponsor a free “Shred-it-Day” document shredding event on Tuesday, March 5, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, at the Freedom Hill Metro Park located at 15000 Metropolitan Parkway in Sterling Heights between Schoenherr and Utica Road. It is the perfect time to shred those old paper documents and correspondence – for FREE!
Residential customers may bring up to four (4) boxes of personal identification information to be shredded at no cost. PAPER ONLY (mail, bills, credit card statements, tax documents etc...). Metal, plastic or other objects mixed in will not be accepted.
No mail or documents will be accepted from businesses.
Customers who wish to drop off their documents for shredding will be directed to enter Freedom Hill Metro Park shredding area from east bound Metropolitan Parkway entrance only. They should have their paper items stored in boxes or containers and be ready for quick drive-up and drop-off. This will allow for an efficient flow for those who wish to participate.
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