Terms of Service
Terms of Service
Company Privacy and Obligations
1]On-Site Document Disposal/Shredding:
a.A uniformed, bonded and insured Future Shredding, Inc., team member will take the confidential documents/materials directly to the shredding mechanism of the Future Shredding truck to be destroyed, on-site before leaving the premises. b.Please advise, you are welcome to observe the documents being destroyed via video monitor located on the shredding truck. Future shredding, Inc., promises that all document/materials are destroyed on-site and a certificate of destruction will be given as proof.
a.Future Shredding, Inc., will not view or examine any documents or materials designated for shredding. Future Shredding, inc., will not disclose, release or communicate any confidential information present with the office to any third party, person, individual, organization or entity not employed by the agency office.
b. Future Shredding, Inc may collect names, addresses, email addresses, titles for future correspondents; such as email contacts, sales contacts, business reference and soliciting.
b.. We may use these directly or indirectly within future shredding, inc.
3]Certificate of Destruction:
a.Will be rendered upon completion of all subsequent shredding services.
4]Client Property Consent:
a. Client hereby grants to Future Shredding, Inc., and its employees to enter upon and use its (client) property for the purpose of providing shredding and recycling services listed above.
a. That bins and consoles are to be used as storage until the shredding service are completed.
b. They are in no way to be used as waste collection or the protection of documents or materials against fire, earthquake, flooding, vandalism or any other destructive circumstance.
6]Client acknowledges and agrees:
a. That all materials deposited into the bin/console will be destroyed and recycled.
b. Any other belongings around or on top of the bin/console will not be destroyed unless instructed to by client.
c. Client assumes all responsibility for personal property and materials deposited into the bin/consoles.
d. Client takes responsibility for any damages done to Future shredding, Inc., property while being used by the client.
e. Bin and consoles will be inspected prior to services rendered.
f. Bin and consoles belong to Future Shredding, Inc.
7]Identity Theft: Client understands that Future shredding, Inc.,
a. does not and cannot guarantee complete identity theft protection or any particular result with shredding destruction services.
a.Client understands that Future Shredding, Inc. reserves the right to change the time and or date of agreed service at anytime.
b.Client also understand that we reserve the right suspend service indefinitely if the account has an outstanding balance.
c.We also reserve the right add service fees and add rental charges for our equipment.
d.The signer/client of this agreement understands that Future Shredding Inc, can pursue the signer/client by any legal means to settle any outstanding debt(s).
c.The signer/client agrees that all costs we incur associated with collecting debts, including attorneys’ fees and court costs, will be paid by you.
a)Person(s) meaning payee of this invoice and/or signatory or receiver of services rendered, written invoice or online document.
- Future Shredding, Inc, has willingly upheld the guidelines listed in the following Federal and Sate laws. See below.
- The document(s) provided at time of service, were destroyed on-site by means of document shredding.
- A team member employed by Future Shredding, Inc, oversaw the operation.
- Future Shredding, Inc. will not collect or sell client data and will not store credit card information directly.
We uphold California Constitution, Article 1, section 1.The state Constitution gives each citizen an “inalienable right” to pursue and obtain privacy.
We help companies be compliant with Federal and state laws according to the following:
1)Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). – 45 CFR Parts 160 and 164, Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information and Security Standards for the Protection of Electronic Protected Health Information.
2)The FCR Act: 15 U.S.C. 1681m(e) 681, App. A(I.) In designing its Program, a financial institution or creditor may incorporate, as appropriate, its existing policies, procedures, and other arrangements that control reasonably foreseeable risks to customers or to the safety and soundness of the financial institution or creditor from identity theft.
3)Federal Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act of 1998 – 18 U.S. Code section 1028. This law makes it a federal crime to produce or possess false or unauthorized identification documents, or to use another’s identity to commit an activity that violates Federal law or that is a felony under state or local law.
4)Federal Privacy Act of 1974 – 5 U.S. Code section 552a. This law applies to the access to, and disclosure of, records of individuals held by federal executive and regulatory agencies. It requires such agencies, with some exemptions, to limit disclosure, provide access to the individual, and to apply basic Fair Information Practice Principles to such records containing the personal information of individual U.S. citizens and legal alien residents.
5)Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) – 20 U.S. Code section 1232g. This law restricts the disclosure of educational records maintained by educational agencies and institutions that receive federal funding.