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Kansans destroyed more than 5 tons of documents during National Consumer Protection Week

March 16, 2012


— Attorney General Derek Schmidt says Kansans destroyed more than 5 tons of personal documents during National Consumer Protection Week last week.

Schmidt's office worked with businesses and organizations in five cities to give citizens a place to drop off personal documents, which were then shredded and recycled.

Schmidt says the events offered a safe way to destroy documents containing personal information that identity thieves like to steal.

The document disposal events were held in Wichita, Salina, Garden City, Topeka and Pittsburg.


seaeinstein 6 years, 1 month ago

National Consumer Protection Wee .... "K" needed.

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