2 Forms Of Information Your Financial Institution Should Be Shredding

When your personal information gets into the wrong hands, it can turn into identity theft and consumer fraud. Any financial institutions you do business with have some of your personal information and it is their job to keep it safe. If your personal information is kept on paper or on a hard drive, your financial institution needs to ensure its safety when they no longer need it. Here are two types of stored personal information your financial institutions need to shred before they throw it away. Read More 

Dumpster Rental: Can Someone Steal Your Identity Due to Improperly Disposed Waste?

Each year, approximately 15 million Americans are a victim of identity theft with an average loss of approximately $3,500. If you rent a dumpster, then you are at risk of getting your identity stolen. Why? Americans receive approximately 4 million tons of junk mail each year, and most of these mails are for pre-approved credit cards, bank statements, credit card bills, utility bills—all of which contain your personal information. If the waste is not properly disposed or if the dumpsters are not protected, thieves can easily access this wealth of information to steal your identity. Read More 

A Comparison Of The Different Types Of Auto Lights With LED Headlights

There are currently three types of auto headlights on the market. Each car manufacturer has a preference, but many of them also leave it open to the owner of each vehicle as to replacing the bulbs with some other type of light. Getting a lot of high shine lately are LED headlights, which do have many benefits over halogen and xenon headlights. Each of these has its own level of brightness, but also its own level of energy consumption. Read More