Community West Bank Hosts Identity Theft Protection Event

Public invited to bring personal documents for shredding at four locations.

Demonstrating a continued commitment to fighting the devastating effects of identity theft, Community West Bank is once again hosting its Identity Theft Protection and FREE shredding events in Santa Maria, Goleta, Westlake Village and Ventura (limit 2 boxes per business or household).

Documents are being shredded on-site courtesy of Cintas Document Management.

Monday, April 23, 11am-1pm – Santa Maria branch office – 2615 South Miller Street

Tuesday, April 24, 11am-1pm – Ventura branch office – 1463 South Victoria Avenue, in the Victoria Village shopping center

Wednesday, April 25, 11am-1pm – Westlake Village branch office – 951 S. Westlake Blvd.

Friday, April 27, 11am-1pm – Goleta branch office - 5827 Hollister Avenue, next to the Sheriff’s old town Goleta office.

Participants will also have the opportunity to pick up valuable information provided by local law enforcement that explains measures which can be taken to protect oneself from identity theft and fraud.

“Identity theft is on the rise, affecting about 10 million victims a year,” stated Eric Swanson, Community West Bank Marketing Director. “It is crucial that consumers and businesses alike take the precautions necessary to protect their good name. Shredding personal documents is one small but powerful step.”

Company Overview – Community West Bancshares

Community West Bancshares is a financial services company with headquarters in Goleta, California. The Company is the holding company for Community West Bank, which has five full-service California branch banking offices, in Goleta, Ventura, Santa Maria, Santa Barbara and Westlake Village. The principal business activities of the Company are Relationship banking, Mortgage lending and SBA lending.

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