We are living in a crazy time right now.  Even before COVID-19 hit this year, there has been an increase of identity theft ever since the internet was created.  I have been hacked before and honestly, I don't know of anyone who hasn't had some sort of hack happen to them.  Unless of course, they don't use the computer at all and always pay cash.

This coming Saturday, according to Fosters, the Rotary Club of Dover will be hosting a shredding event at Dover High School from 9am - 12noon for any sensitive papers that you might not want to just throw in to the trash.   I highly suggest you take advantage of this event and get those documents shredded.

Dover is partnering with New England Security Shredders and there is no charge for the community service, however, the Rotary is asking for a suggested donation of $5 per bag of documents or $10 per box which will be used for Dover community projects, according to the report.

Here's what you can expect:  Drive to the high school with your documents in your car.  You can either stay in your car and have the volunteers take everything out or you can unload yourself.

I remember not long ago when I made the ridiculous decision to throw away many old documents that I had been keeping in my basement.  RIGHT after that, I received notice that my credit card for Victoria's Secret was approved.  hahahaha!  I knew that wasn't me, so I had to look in to it.  Because it's so common, it wasn't too much of a hassle and now I have all kinds of protection on my accounts.

See you Saturday!


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