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Free Shredding Saturday At Navy Federal


If you have papers that need to be shredded, you might find a solution this weekend.  Navy Federal Credit Union is offering free shredding services at Navy Shred-eral Day events at select locations around the country.

This Saturday, 17 October 2015, from 9 am to 1 pm, participating Navy Federal locations will accept up to four boxes of papers to be shredded.  They do ask that all metal bits (paperclips, staples, etc.) be removed first, and they will not be accepting business or commercial materials, CDs, or any other hard materials.

Where Can I Bring Papers To Be Shredded?

Participating locations include:


Mesa: 4212 E. Juanita Avenue

Yuma: 1683 S. Arizona Avenue


Chula Vista: 1450 Eastlake Parkway, Suite 801

Corona: 2620 Tuscany Street, Suite 101

Encinitas: 260 N. El Camino Real, Suite D

Escondido: 1655 East Valley Parkway, Suite 2

Fountain Valley: 18709 Brookhurst Street, Suite 5A

Lemoore: 855 N. Lemoore Avenue, Suite 190

Port Hueneme: 535 W. Channel Islands Boulevard

Ridgecrest: 234 N. Balsam Street

San Diego: 10645 Tierrasanta Boulevard, Suite E

Temecula: 32413 Temecula Parkway, Suite 201


Aurora: 1125 S. Tower Road

Colorado Springs: 1139 Space Center Drive


Groton: 24 Sailfish Drive


Fleming Island: 1826 Town Center Boulevard

Jacksonville: 550 Airport Center Drive

Jacksonville: 9583 Regency Square Boulevard

Jacksonville: 10480 Avenues Walk Boulevard

Pace: 4891 Highway 90

Pensacola: 9070 West Highway 98

Satellite Beach: 1024 Highway A1A, Suite 102

Winter Park: 1755 State Road 436


Augusta:  263A Robert C. Daniel Jr. Parklway

Columbus:  5550 Whittlesey Boulevard, Suite 820

Milton:  5140 Windward Parkway

Savannah:  7805 Abercorn Street, Suite 3

Stockbridge:  113 Highway 138 West


Honolulu:  4256 Radford Drive

Kapolei:  338 Kamokila Boulevard, Suite 104


Oak Grove:  205 Claire Way


Belle Chasse:  9850 Highway 23

Leesville:  1770-A South 5th Street


Annapolis:  825 Bestgate Road

Accokeek:  7001 Berry Road

Bel Air:  5 Bel Air South Parkway, Suite 101

Capitol Heights:  9201 Alaking Court

Laurel Lakes:  14260-B Baltimore Avenue

Lexington Park:  46241 Corporate Way


Gulfport:  15163-B Crossroads Parkway


Bellevue:  3604 Twin Creek Drive, Suite 106


North Las Vegas:  345 West Craig Road, Suite 128


Cherry Hill:  2100 Route 38


Fayetteville:  2430 Two Bale Lane

Havelock:  121 US Highway 70 West

Jacksonville:  1171 Western Boulevard


Lawton:  3414 NW Cache Road


Horsham:  314 Horsham Road, Suite D-1


Summerville:  113 Grandview Drive


Millington:  5600 Navy Road


Arlington:  4500 Waxwing Drive

Corpus Christi:  9551 South Staples Street

Killeen:  500 West Central Texas Expressway

San Antonio:  8639 State Highway 151


Alexandria:  7678-D Richmond Highway

Ashburn:  44315 Ice Rink Plaza

Chesapeake:  111 Gainsborough Square

Chesapeake:   2125 Starmount Parkway

Colonial Heights:  1080 Temple Avenue

Fredericksburg:  3445 Fall Hill Avenue

Hampton:  50 Hampton Club Drive

Norfolk:  1530 International Boulevard

Springfield:  6225 Brandon Avenue, Suite 130

Stafford:  100 Corporate Drive

Sterling:  46300 Potomac Run Plaza, Suite 180

Vienna:  820 Follin Lane SE

Virginia Beach:  1772 Salem Road

Virginia Beach:  2261 Upton Drive

Virginia Beach:  4001 Virginia Beach Boulevard, Suite 132


Oak Harbor:  32885 State Route 20

Puyallup:  15815 Meridian East

Silverdale:  3340 NW Randall Way

What Kinds Of Papers Should Be Shredded?

Basically, you should shred anything that includes personally identifying information, or any other information that could compromise your financial or personal security.  This might include:

  • credit card offers
  • anything with your signature
  • investment records
  • pay stubs
  • cancelled or voided checks, unwanted books of checks, and those "convenience checks" sent out by banks
  • old bank statements
  • things that list your driver's license number
  • ATM receipts
  • credit card receipts
  • old insurance Explanations of Benefits
Shredding papers with personally identifying information is one of the many steps you can take to prevent identity theft, plus it will decrease the amount of clutter in your house.  Win-Win! Show Full Article

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