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Health / Safety

Free shredding, identity theft information April 20

April 13, 2010

"I'm a student; why do I need to be concerned about identity theft? I don't have a lot of money or assets, why would I be a target for identity theft?" Find out why on April 20.

Keep your information safe

Bring your confidential papers and have them shredded for free on Tuesday, April 20 from noon to 2 p.m. on University Drive near the LSC.

CSUPD will also be offering information on Identity Theft during this event.

Being a student does not safeguard you against identity theft, one of the fastest growing consumer crimes in the nation.

Identity thieves don't steal your money; they steal your name and reputation and use them for their own financial gain. They attempt to steal your future! Identity theft literally steals who you are, and it can seriously jeopardize your financial future.


Contact: Sheela Backen
E-mail: sheela.backen@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-0122