The ID.LOCK® renders waste containers/dumpsers virtually inaccessible to
the General Public, including those using Break-in techniques such as bolt
cutters and crow bars.

Greatly reduces IDENTITY THEFT - One of the fastest growing theft crimes
in North America

Identity thieves retrieve a high percentage of information from waste containers. This information can be used to RE-PRODUCE: S.I.N., CREDIT CARD, DIRECT DEBIT AND BANK ACCOUNT NUMBERS. Access to one's Life Savings!

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The Problems

PRIVACY / IDENTITY THEFT

 

Is This Your SIN or CREDIT CARD Number?

PRIVACY

On January 1, 2004 The Government enacted a new Privacy Act whereby those who own, lease or rent a waste container are directly responsible and liable for the contents in the waste container.

"The ID.LOCK  Security System can help reduce your liability"

 
November 8, 2003 - Abbotsford/Mission B.C. News, British Columbia, Canada. A staff member from Godoy and Ververgaert Insurance on McMillan Road cleans up unshredded renewal papers and insurance documents after they were removed from the garbage dumpster and strewn about the alley Wednesday afternoon. ICBC spokesperson, Debbie Wilson, said all discarded insurance documents need to be completely shredded before they are disposed of.

 
December 16, 2003 - Chilliwack Times - British Columbia, Canada. A Chilliwack resident has found the woman who racked up $6,000 worth of debt using his wife's stolen identity. Police are still investigating the case, and the woman is still buying expensive items with the Chillwack resident's credit. The fact RCMP are closing in on the woman doesn't offer much comfort to the resident whose bank account has been frozen, as have several credit cards.

 
February 10, 2004 - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The Canada Customs and Revenue Agency is investigating after a gardener working in a False Creek park found a bag containing hundreds of CCRA forms bearing B.C. residents' names, addresses, social insurance numbers and other personal details.