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Rub nail polish remover on the labels to remove them prior to shredding or add extra paper that you plan on shredding on both sides of the page that has an address label on it. Another option would be to tear off and save the paper that has the address labels and go somewhere that offers free paper-shredding events.
Shred free return labels you receive in the mail, along with any envelopes with your name and address. Thieves often pair this with what you post on social media (family member names, work history) to piece together your identity. When writing your return address on an envelope, omit your name.
Shred Before Throwing Junk Mail Away. Many consumers may not think twice about simply throwing junk mail away. But those credit card applications and other pieces of mail contain personal information, such as your address. However, many advise against going straight to the trash with this mail.
Don't put items like labels, stickers, stamps, and tape in the recycling bin because it causes more harm than good. According to the EPA, recycling programs that accept mixed paper will often accept Post-It Notes (or other brands of sticky notes).
Be sure to lock up any important documents that you don't shred, including birth and death certificates, adoption papers, marriage and divorce papers, citizenship papers, Social Security cards, tax-related documents, deeds and titles, and financial statements.
You should shred anything that has personal information like your name, address, phone number, social security number, or bank account information. This might include a few documents you don't initially think about, including ATM receipts, credit card receipts, bills, and even used airline tickets.
After paying credit card or utility bills, shred them immediately. Also, shred sales receipts, unless related to warranties, taxes, or insurance. After one year, shred bank statements, pay stubs, and medical bills (unless you have an unresolved insurance dispute).
Shredding documents is the main way to protect yourself from identity theft. As a general rule, there are certain documents that absolutely should be shred. This includes anything that has account numbers, birth dates, maiden names, passwords and PINs, signatures, and Social Security numbers.
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