PRLog - March 25, 2014 - ST. LOUIS -- Eagle Bank has scheduled free paper shredding opportunities at four locations so residents have an opportunity to get rid of old documents and confidential files safely.These events are open to the public.
Kirkwood Eagle Bank
1052 South Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood
Saturday April 5 (9am-12pm; Regular business hours)
Festus Eagle Bank
680 South Mill, Festus
Saturday May 3 (9am-12pm; Regular business hours)
South County Eagle Bank
5721 Lindberg, St. Louis
Saturday September 6 (9am-12pm; Regular business hours)
Hillsboro Eagle Bank
10596 Business 21, Hillsboro
Saturday October 11 (9am-12pm; Regular business hours)
Eagle Bank and Trust is interested in helping members of the community protect themselves against misuse, loss, and identity theft and safely dispose of documents that could put individuals at risk. All paper remnants will be recycled by Cintas. Documents should be free of large binder clips; staples and paper clips may be left on documents.
“Accessing financial and other confidential documentation continues to be one of the most common forms of identity theft” says CEO, Michael Walsh. “We believe that as a bank and a financial partner, it’s our responsibility to educate and assist families and businesses in protecting themselves from fraud by destroying old, unnecessary files.”
About Eagle Bank and Trust Company of Missouri
Eagle Bank and Trust, established in 1911, is locally owned and operated. Eagle Bank specializes in high level customer service while providing competitive products and services. Eagle Bank and Trust has 12 locations throughout St. Louis, Jefferson County and in Perryville with over $900 million in assets. For more information, call Eagle Bank and Trust at 314-647-9991.