BBB Protect Your ID: Shred Day

Enter off Martin Luther King Blvd. to former Sears parking lot.

Better Business Bureau® of the Upstate & AARP® South Carolina are partnering together to host Secure Your ID "Shred Day," a national event created to promote awareness about identity theft and fraud protection. Individuals and businesses can take advantage of FREE on-site document shredding, electronic recycling, and take home practical tips to prevent identity theft online and off.

Goodwill on-site accepting old desktop computers, laptops, monitors and printers. Before reselling, hard drives are wiped clean to the standards of the US Department of Defense.

Maximum number of boxes and plastic bags per consumer, business and vehicle is 3. Cardboard boxes will be emptied and returned to consumers. Due to safety concerns and to ensure that we are able to serve as many vehicles as possible, we are unable to accept attendees on foot this year or allow consumers to get out of their vehicle to watch their paper shredded. The complimentary shred event is first come, first serve or until the shred trucks fill up, so coming early is advised.

AARP® and Better Business Bureau® Education Foundation (BBBEF) will be providing educational handouts to prevent consumers and businesses from becoming victims of identity theft.

Monetary donations benefiting BBB’s Education Foundation will be accepted. Better Business Bureau Education Foundation, Inc. (BBBEF) is a nonprofit corporation that is exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code and eligible to receive deductible contributions. Therefore, your sponsorship or donation to BBBEF may be tax deductible as a charitable contribution.