Yep, let’s just keep discarding sensitive info…

WPMI reports from Alabama on what they found when they went dumpster diving at about a dozen title loan and cash advance businesses in the Mobile, Alabama area:

In the dumpster out front of Alabama Title Loans on busy Springhill Avenue, I found dozens of documents, not shredded, and all full of personal information.

“Here’s a customer application. This has a social security number on it, along with their name, where they work, how much they make. Here we have someone’s driver’s license,” said Ramey.


Turns out, the state doesn’t even require title loan companies to shred documents. The bank department told me it can take administrative action against a company for being reckless.

That action can include revoking the company’s license.

But do they ever do that?

Read more on Local15.

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