MOLINE, ILLINOIS (September 8, 2022) — The community is invited to take part in the Moline Public Library’s Shred Day, on Saturday, October 1, 9AM-12PM, in the Library’s parking lot. Bring personal documents in for secure destruction by Shred-it, using an on-site document-destruction truck. Those participating are asked to limit documents to two normal-size file/paper boxes of documents per vehicle.

This event is free to the public due to generous funding from RIA Federal Credit Union.

Shredding financial documents is a smart way to protect your identity. Experts suggest shredding anything that has personal information like your name, address, phone number, social-security number, or bank-account information. This might include a few documents you don't initially think about, including ATM receipts, credit-card receipts, bills, and even used airline tickets.

For more information about this event, please contact the Moline Public Library’s Information Desk at 309-524-2470.

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