A Message from President & CEO Don Gerard
The federal government has deemed Land Shark Shredding an essential service during the COVID-19 pandemic, so we are still open and want to serve you! This is a great time to do Spring Cleaning and we want to help you do that!

Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay secure by giving Land Shark Shredding a call at 270-793-0880.
Are you working from home now due to COVID-19? We not only want you to stay safe, but we also want your data to stay safe. We have a special offer on REGAL Collection Bags and REGAL Under The Desk Containers to store you confidential documents. See below for more savings!
If you're doing some Spring cleaning with all your time at home, let us help you! Once you're done with you're cleaning, don't just throw all that unwanted paper away! Use the REGAL products above and let us shred those documents for you!

We're offering a 10% promo right now, so when you're ready to get rid of your papers, give us a call at 270-793-0880 and mention the STUCKINSIDE10 promo for 10% off your purge.

We hope you're staying healthy, and we hope you  #ChooseLandShark !
  • The April 18 Shred Event scheduled in Madisonville, Ky. is postponed until May 30. The event runs from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Parkway Plaza Mall.

  • The Shred Event scheduled for April 25 with the Ben Kinney Team has been postponed until July. More details will be released at a later date.

  • The Warren County/Bowling Green Hazard Household Waste Day that was scheduled for April, 25 has been canceled.
We want to extend a huge THANK YOU to our drivers, who are handling the circumstances like pros and continuing to serve our clients while prioritizing health and safety. We are grateful for all that you guys do to keep our business running during this crazy time!
How to Spot a Phishing Email
from our IT Company, CoreTech
It’s the perfect time for hackers to send e-mails with dangerous malware and viruses. Right now, your inbox is probably filled with “COVID-19” subject lines and coronavirus-focused e-mails.
Hackers are even using a fake cdc-gov e-mail address and spamming inboxes.
How can you tell a phishing e-mail from a legitimate one? Here are a few telltale signs:

  • Look closely at the e-mail address to make sure it’s spelled correctly.
  • Hover over any links in the e-mail (but DON’T CLICK) to see the ACTUAL website you’ll be directed to. If there’s a mismatched or suspicious URL, delete the e-mail immediately.
  • Watch for poor grammar and spelling errors.
  • Never download an attachment unless you know who sent it and what it is.

When in doubt, call the person who supposedly sent the e-mail on the phone to verify that it’s legitimate.

Want more tips for setting up safe Work-From-Home networks? Check out our free report The Work From Home Gameplan: The Ultimate Small Business Guide to Setting Up a Work From Home System For Your Staff.  Click here  to get instant access.

Read more on how cyber criminals are using COVID-19 to take advantage of vulnerable people working from home.