NextAdvisor Blog - Credit Monitoring

Can My Bank Account Application Be Denied?

Did you know it's possible for your bank account application to be denied? Find out how a reporting agency called ChexSystems can impact your application.
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What to Do if You Discover Your Identity Was Stolen as a Child

Encountering evidence that your identity was stolen as a child can be a frightening experience as a young adult. Here's how to handle it.
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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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Protect Your Identity with This Limited-Time 15% LifeLock Discount

Right now, you can get a 15% LifeLock discount on all of its plans. Find out what this identity theft protection service has to offer.
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Card Skimming Has Evolved: Here’s How to Protect Yourself

What is card skimming? Read about this persistent scam by which crooks steal your payment card information, and learn how to avoid card-skimming devices.
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Why is Three-Bureau Credit Report Monitoring Important?

You've possibly heard that it's not enough to only look at one of your credit reports, but why exactly is three-bureau credit report monitoring so vital?
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Verizon Data Leak May Have Exposed Millions of Customers

This week, news broke of a Verizon data leak and discussion about its implications ensued. In this post, we sort fact and fiction to explain the situation.
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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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