NextAdvisor Blog - Credit Repair

What Did We Learn from the Equifax Breach?

Although we're only two months removed from the Equifax breach, there are a lot of takeaways from the incident. We have a breakdown of these takeaways.
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Can You Effectively Build Credit with a Credit Card?

Did you know that it's possible to effectively build credit if you have poor or limited credit with the help of a credit card?
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Can Unemployment Affect Your Credit?

Although unemployment can happen to anyone, many are unprepared for it. While it's no secret that it can impact your income, can it also affect your credit?
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Scams to Look Out for After the Equifax Breach

Scammers are on the prowl after the Equifax breach, but is there a way to protect yourself? We describe four scams you should be on the lookout for.
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What is a Credit Utilization Ratio?

Hoping to increase your credit scores? Find out how you can improve your credit utilization ratio to give your credit scores a slight boost.
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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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