What to Shred? DC, Maryland, & Virginia

For your security, and the protection of your clients, you should have all printed documents destroyed. 

Documents containing confidential personal information must be destroyed and disposed of properly. Throwing them way could jeopardize the confidence of your clients and result in a breach of security or even identity theft.

BudgetShred recommends that you shred all documentation containing any personal or business related information. Any document that is no longer in use should be destroyed to prevent confidential information from ending up in the wrong hands.

In some cases, it is required by law that your business securely destroys and disposes of confidential documents. Visit our page on Privacy Laws to learn more about your legal obligation to destroy documents properly.

Documents To Shred

Avoid identity theft or fines. Be sure to shred all documents containing sensitive or personal information.

  • Financial documents-bank statements, canceled or unused checks, tax returns
  • Insurance forms and records
  • Legal documents – wills, contracts
  • Medical records – outdated patient files, dental files, x-rays
  • Credit card documents – receipts, statements, offers
  • Junk mail with your name and address
  • Deceased family member records
  • Customer lists and personal information
  • Company sensitive information-management reports and strategies, human resource data, price lists, bids, and proposals, marketing information
  • Government confidential or classified information

Certified & Secure Shredding Services Baltimore & Washington DC

Security & Privacy Laws regarding paper shredding

 

At BudgetShred we take your security and confidentiality seriously. BudgetShred provides our clients with certified documentation after the completion of all shredding jobs. Our shredding services are guaranteed and fully secure. BudgetShred offers on-site pick up of documents, low costs, and eco-friendly shredding disposal for residential, small businesses and corporate offices in the Baltimore, MD, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia area.