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Protect your identity and take advantage of free document shredding this Friday

HAVE SENSITIVE, PERSONAL documents that need to be shred and securely disposed of? United National Bank is co-sponsoring a Free Community Shred Day on Friday.

Protecting one’s identity and properly disposing of personal, sensitive information has never been more important, officials with United National Bank say.

That is why the locally owned bank is teaming up with Secure Records Solutions of Thomasville/Tallahassee to conduct a free “Community Shred Day” this Friday, April 26, from 9 a.m. until noon. The event will be held at UNB, 722 North Broad St.
This is a free opportunity for local residents to have confidential records shredded on site by a professional document service. This event offers security, recycling and an option to the community for disposing of sensitive documents, particularly after tax season.
There are some important things to know:
• Limit of three boxes or bags per person
• No plastic intermingled with paper records (i.e. zip lock bags, floppy disks, etc.)
• Bring with lid, if possible, to keep information secure until it reaches the shredder
• No need to remove staples, paperclips or file folders
• Hard drive destruction and recycling of electronics offered for an additional fee
For additional information or questions regarding accepted items, contact Secure Records Solutions at (229) 226-0414 or visit
“We are pleased to be able to offer this service to our customers and all residents of Grady County,” said UNB President and CEO Michael L. Chastain. “We look forward to seeing you Friday,” he added.

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