Identity theft prevention workshop concludes June

June 25, 2012 by  

With an identity theft prevention presentation being held and a cultural awareness event coming up as well, Northvale residents have a couple of productive events to choose from over the course of the next few weeks.

It all begins at the very end of the month with “Identity Theft Prevention” taking place on the June 30. Starting in the morning at around 9:30 am and continuing up until 11:30 am, this one will be full of practical advice from which everyone can benefit. Being hosted by the Valley National Bank’s Tenafly branch, this is a great opportunity to learn all about the latest developments when it comes to the threat of identity theft as well as the steps that can be taken to prevent it.

Free for all to attend, it should be pointed out that attendees are also being invited to bring their confidential or personal documents to the morning. According to organizers, a Shred-it truck will be rolling by and those present at this information session will be able to shred those papers at no additional cost.

A little after this one, in early July, R.E.A.L. will be hosting its 4th Annual Cultural Event. With the official start date listed at July 8, this is going to be an afternoon event with things kicking off at 2:00 pm and concluding three hours later at 5:00 pm. Billed as a celebration of the Hispanic and Latino community at large, it would not be at all surprising if brochure printers were being consulted for their printing services ahead of time.