NextAdvisor Blog - Identity Guard

What are Credit Reports and Credit Scores?

Everyone knows credit reports and scores are important, but do they actually know what they are? We explain what they are as well as how you can check them.
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Identity Guard vs. TrustedID: Which Service Offers the Best Family Plan?

Concerned about the impact of identity theft on your family? You aren't alone. We examine which identity theft protection service has the best family plan.
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Identity Guard Introduces Couples and Family Plans

Top-rated identity theft protection service Identity Guard has introduced two new plans, including a family plan. Learn the details.
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6 Identity Theft Lessons 2015 Taught Us

An awful lot happened in the world of personal security in 2015, and we can take many identity theft lessons from the incidents this year into the next.
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Sex Offenders and Your Identity: What You Need to Know

Did you know sex offenders sometimes steal other people's identities to avoid registering on the national sex offender registry? Learn how to catch it.
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What Information is Stored After I Cancel My Identity Theft Protection Plan?

What happens when I cancel my identity theft protection plan? Find out which services keep your information and which delete it from their systems.
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What Happens When My Free Identity Theft Coverage Ends?

Companies like Target and Anthem offered customers free identity theft coverage after they were breached, but what happens when that coverage runs out?
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Is Anthem AllClear ID Credit Monitoring and Identity Protection Enough?

Anthem AllClear ID credit report monitoring and identity protection is being offered to those affected by the recent breach, but will it protect you?
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Anthem Breach: Identity Protection Tips You Need to Know

In the wake of a major data breach like the Anthem hack, it's important to know all of the identity protection tips that will help you.
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Anthem Hack Exposes 80 Million Individuals: How to Protect Yourself

Up to 80 million people have had their information exposed in the Anthem hack. Learn what you need to know to protect your identity.
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