CorePlus Credit Union Credit Union Announces “Fall” Shred Day
This article was published on: 08/24/17 8:39 PM by Mike Minarsky
CorePlus Federal Credit Union announces an upcoming Shred Day in Eastern Connecticut. These FREE events are held in partnership with Infoshred as a way to protect individuals from identity theft, a growing concern. People may bring personal documents, financial records, credit card statements, insurance forms, canceled checks, bank statements and tax preparation worksheets to be shredded. You can actually watch your items being shredded on-site!
The Saturday, September 16th event is hosted at CorePlus Federal Credit Union, 202 Salem Tpke, Norwich, and runs from 9am to noon.
These events are FREE and open to the public. To serve as many people as possible, please limit your volume to 3 boxes. Visitors are invited to stop into the lobby to enter a drawing for a personal sized home shredder. On-Site Shredding, or Mobile Destruction, is for people who prefer their material be shredded prior to being removed from their facility. Infoshred is the only vendor in New England to be certified by NAID<http://www.infoshred.com/naidmember.html> for secure On-site Document Destruction. Infoshred offers confidential document shredding in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. CorePlus Federal Credit Union, founded in 1936, currently has 8 full service branches locally in Norwich, Taftville, Groton, East Lyme, Waterford, Plainfield, and within the Putnam and Brooklyn Walmart Supercenters. CorePlus currently has more than 20,000 members and $200 million in assets. Its services include a number of consumer loan and savings products, including checking, car loans, personal loans, credit card services, mortgages and home-equity loans. CorePlus Federal Credit Union managed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors along with President and CEO, Nicholas K. Fortson. For more information call 860-886-0576 or visit our website at www.coreplus.org<http://www.coreplus.org>.