NextAdvisor Blog - Identity Theft Protection

What to Do When a Loved One is Getting Scammed

If you think your loved one is getting scammed, there are things you can do. Learn how to discover the signs and find out what you can do to help.
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4 Steps to Protect Yourself from Financial Abuse

Financial abuse is frightening, and it's something that no one should experience. These steps can help you protect yourself from financial abuse.
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Watch Out for These Government Shutdown Scams

The federal shutdown is creating an ideal environment for fraudsters. Learn how to spot and avoid government shutdown scams.
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Government Shutdown Spells Trouble for Identity Theft Victims

The government shutdown has impacted many, and it's now causing troubles for identity theft victims. See what you can do if you fall victim..
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How Zero Liability Protects You from Credit Card Fraud

When a criminal makes unauthorized purchases with your card, zero liability makes sure you don't foot the bill. Learn more about it here.
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5 Things to Know About Preapproved Credit Card Offers

Received a preapproved credit card offer that interests you? We explain five things you should know before accepting that credit card offer.
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What to Know About Dumpster Diving and Identity Theft

Did you know that dumpster diving could result in fraud and identity theft? Find out what you can do to protect yourself when you toss out trash.
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What We Should Learn from 2018’s Worst Passwords

We're digging into SplashData's list of 2018's worst passwords to help you not only make stronger passwords, but also develop better cybersecurity habits.
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Protect Your Family with an Identity Theft Protection Service in 2019

Identity thieves are not likely to hang up their hats this year, so it's wise to consider using an identity theft service that will protect your family.
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4 Financial Mistakes to Avoid Next Year

If you're working toward any financial goals in the new year, you'll want to make sure you avoid these four financial mistakes.
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