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Comm(unity) Shred Day

An annual event to help prevent Identity Theft

Comm(unity) Shred Day

Spring is in the air and that means that it’s almost time for the Bank’s annual Shred Day events in North Platte and Kearney.  Our Shred Day event helps highlight the importance of protecting oneself from becoming a victim of identity theft and fraud. 

Start your spring-cleaning now and collect all your sensitive documents to bring to our Shred Day events where the items will be shredded on site! There are many things you can do to protect your identity, but regular shredding should be at the top of the list!

The event offers free shredding services for personal documents such as bills, banking statements, credit card offers, and more.  Shredding services will be available to the public with a recommendation of one bag of items or up to five standard sized boxes per person.  Items can include scam mailings, bills, banking statements, credit card offers and more.  Community members may stay in their vehicles to drive thru and drop off their shred. Volunteers from NebraskaLand Bank will be available to help unload shred. 

Kearney Comm(unity) Shred Day
Kearney Branch – 4615 West 2nd Avenue
Friday, April 28, 2023 from 11:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Accepting donations for Jubilee Center Food Pantry.
(Needed Items: Tuna, Noodles, Sauces and Baby Food Items)

North Platte Comm(unity) Shred Day 
1400 South Dewey
Friday, May 19, 2023 from 11:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Accepting free will donations for the Lincoln County Law Enforcement Memorial.

With an increase in internet scams and fraudulent behavior, the importance of identity theft prevention and awareness has risen as well. Practicing prevention methods such as shredding bank statements and personal information helps to decrease fraud and theft. NebraskaLand Bank encourages the community to take the necessary precautions to protect their identities.

At NebraskaLand Bank we work hard to make sure our customers sensitive information is safe. If you want more identity theft information or think you might be a victim of identity theft, call us at 308-534-2100, or visit our Online Security Center.

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