305-477-26792521 NW 74th Ave.
Miami, Florida 33122
Privacy and Security
At Copier Depot the basis of each customer relationship, many of which span generations, is trust. You have chosen to do business with Copier Depot, and we are obligated to honor that relationship with great care, beginning with the information you have chosen to share with us. We believe that your privacy should never be compromised. At the same time, we want to offer you the array of products and services you need in order to accomplish your business goals. We believe we can do both as outlined below. At Copier Depot we never ask for non public personal information on our website.
Protecting Your Identity
These tips are designed to help you protect yourself from fraud and identity theft. For additional information about identity theft and fraud, you can refer to the U.S. government's central Web site at www.ftc.gov/idtheft
Preventing Identity Fraud
• Protect your accounts. Do not loan your credit card or debit cards, or share your passwords with anyone who is not authorized on your account. Do not share your account numbers with anyone.
• Report lost or stolen checks and Debit or Credit Cards immediately. Review new checks to make sure none were stolen. Be aware of the expiration date on your Debit and Credit Cards. If you do not receive a reissued card before the expiration date, notify your Bank.
• Store new and cancelled checks safely.
• Question suspicious emails or phone inquiries. Unless you initiated the contact, Copier Depot will not request any personal information, (account numbers, Social Security Number, or other personal information) through email, U.S. mail, or byphone. Please notify us immediately if you receive odd calls or emails claiming to come from Copier Depot. Be especially wary of those requesting personal information to "award a prize" or "verify an Invoice, etc."
• Guard your Online Banking information. Avoid using obvious or easily obtainable information as your password. Don't share your passwords with anyone or write them down.
Preventing Identity Theft
• Don't give out financial information online or on the phone unless you initiated the contact, and know the party you're dealing with.
• Shred unnecessary financial documents, including old bank statements, invoices, and unwanted pre-approved credit offers.
• Promptly retrieve incoming mail, and don't put outgoing mail in your residential mailbox.
• If regular bills or statements stop reaching you, take action. Call the company's customer service number. Someone may have filed a false change-of-address notice to divert your mail.
• Don't ignore suspicious charges. If doubtful or unauthorized charges appear on your bills or statements, call immediately to resolve the discrepancy.
• Don’t carry your Social Security card in your wallet; instead keep it in a safe place
• Don’t write personal numbers on your checks. Never preprint your driver's license
or Social Security Number on your checks.
Check Your Credit Report
You can obtain a copy of your credit report at any time from one of the three major credit bureaus. You can request a ‘fraud alert’ and victim’s statement on your credit reports, which will alert creditors to call for your approval if they receive applications to open new accounts.
• TransUnion: 800-916-8800 or www.transunion.com
• Equifax: 800-685-1111 or www.equifax.com
• Experian: 888-397-3742 or www.experian.com