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WyHy FCU Hosts Cheyenne Document Destruction Day

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WyHy Federal Credit Union has teamed up with A Thru Z Document Destruction to provide a free document shredding service to all WyHy members and Cheyenne residents this Saturday July 14th. The event will be held at WyHy’s Cheyenne branch at 1715 Stillwater Avenue. Branch Manager Ron Thornton says the service allows for the complete destruction of documents from bank statements to credit card statements or tax records. He says news of identity theft is a daily occurrence and the threat is very real. The event will run from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday July 14th. There is a limit of 2 banker boxes per individual. All paper products that are shredded will be recycled.

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