NextAdvisor Blog - Credit Repair

3 Things to Know About Debt Collection

Navigating debt collection can be daunting and stressful. Learn how debt collectors work as well as the options you have as a consumer.
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Can You Fall Victim to Identity Theft if You Have Bad Credit?

If you have bad credit, you may think it's impossible for you to fall victim to identity theft. We're explaining why this isn't true.
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Credit 101: What is Your Credit History?

Your credit history is an important aspect of your credit. Find out what factors influence it and how your credit history impacts your credit scores.
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Mixed Credit Reports and Your Identity: What You Need to Know

There are dozens of credit report errors, but none are as devastating as a mixed credit report. What are mixed credit reports? We have the breakdown.
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What’s the Difference Between Fraud Alerts and Credit Freezes?

Have you ever wondered what the differences between fraud alerts and credit freezes are? We go over both options to help you decide which is right for you.
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What are Credit Report Statements?

Were you recently involved in a credit dispute that failed? Learn about credit report statements and how they can help you explain credit report errors.
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Mid-Year Financial Checkup: Where Do Your Finances Stand?

Half of the year is already over, which means you may want to complete a mid-year financial checkup. Learn how you can assess your financial health.
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Trying to Rebuild Your Credit? Watch Out for Credit Privacy Number Scams

Is it possible for your credit to get a clean slate? We're breaking down how companies claim a credit privacy number can do this and if it's a scam.
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Why You Should Monitor Your Credit Frequently

It's no secret that you should monitor your credit, but how frequently should you check in on it? We explain why checking in often is important.
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4 Personal Finance Lessons to Teach Your Children

Money and credit are not easy topics to teach. To help, we're breaking down four personal finance lessons your children should learn.
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