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From: Henry Brown (hbrownknology.net)
Date: Wed Mar 25 2009 - 09:26:02 CDT
" Police say the company broke no laws by dumping the personal documents
in the trash"
SARASOTA - Reams of personal information - Social Security numbers,
driver's license numbers - have been found carelessly dumped in a
Police say someone at the Westaff Employment staffing company on U.S.
301 in Sarasota apparently tossed it out. The business appears to be
Some employees of a nearby hair salon found the papers when they went to
throw the trash out. They could clearly see tax forms, employment
applications and social security and drivers license numbers. "As a
business owner, as a citizen, as a mother...as anybody that's not just
paperwork, we're told all our lives shred, shred, shred. That should
have been shredded. There's free shredding services..there's no
excuse," says hairstylist Anita Rence.
Police say the company broke no laws by dumping the personal documents
in the trash.
Police will take possession of the dumpster and properly dispose of all
of those documents. They also urge anyone who has filed an application
with Westaff over the past four years to get a credit check.
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