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Melissa Cook

Melissa has a degree in English and marketing from University of California Irvine. She is a creative and accomplished content writer and editor with comprehensive experience developing rich, compelling content for a variety of websites. With her expertise in writing a broad range of content, combined with outstanding interpersonal skills and commitment to exploring innovative ideas, Melissa has done an excellent job developing content for blogs, articles, social media, and the company website. When she is not writing, Melissa spends most of her time cooking, traveling the world, and catching her favorite Broadway shows.


Do Student Loans Affect Your Credit Score? (The Answer May Surprise You)

Updated May 13, 2024
By Melissa Cook
Do Student Loans Affect Your Credit Score? (The Answer May Surprise You)

Knowing the facts about how student loans impact your credit score is crucial in order to make informed decisions when it comes to managing your finances. Here we'll cover exactly...

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How To Spot A Debt Relief Scam (And Common Red Flags)

Updated May 01, 2024
By Melissa Cook
How To Spot A Debt Relief Scam (And Common Red Flags)

Debt relief scams are becoming increasingly common, with many individuals and families falling victim to these fraudulent companies. Fortunately, there are certain red flags that can...

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How To Choose A Debt Relief Company (What Anyone Who Has Debt Should Know)

Updated Apr 19, 2024
By Melissa Cook
How To Choose A Debt Relief Company (What Anyone Who Has Debt Should Know)

With numerous options available, it's essential to find a reputable debt relief company that can provide the right solution for your financial situation, and at Americor, we show you how to...

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Bankruptcy Alternatives: Exploring Better Debt Relief Options

Updated Apr 09, 2024
By Melissa Cook
Bankruptcy Alternatives: Exploring Better Debt Relief Options

It's crucial to acknowledge that if your financial picture is bleak, bankruptcy isn't the only solution. There are less drastic alternatives that can provide relief and help regain financial stability...

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Debt Management Vs. Debt Settlement: Which Is Better?

Updated Mar 20, 2024
By Melissa Cook
Debt Management Vs. Debt Settlement: Which Is Better?

Debt management and debt settlement are two of the most common debt relief options. Both strategies offer paths to debt freedom, but understanding their differences and choosing...

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How To Deal With Debt Stress (Follow These Simple Steps)

Updated Mar 13, 2024
By Melissa Cook
How To Deal With Debt Stress (Follow These Simple Steps)

More and more people are struggling with debt stress nowadays, and it's not hard to understand why. With the rising cost of living and increasing personal expenses, it's easy to...

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Tax Consequences Of Debt Settlement (A Simple Guide)

Updated Feb 29, 2024
By Melissa Cook
Tax Consequences Of Debt Settlement (A Simple Guide)

In most cases, the majority of people receiving 1099-C forms were insolvent or mostly insolvent when their debt was forgiven. And by filling out this IRS form, they can avoid paying...

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Why Is My Credit Score Different On Different Websites?

Updated Feb 21, 2024
By Melissa Cook
Why Is My Credit Score Different On Different Websites?

When it comes to the representation of your financial health and lendability, few things are as crucial as your credit score. It’s a key factor in determining your ability to obtain...

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Credit Card Debt Forgiveness For The Disabled: How It Works

Updated Feb 07, 2024
By Melissa Cook
Credit Card Debt Forgiveness For The Disabled: How It Works

Living with one or more disabilities can be tough, but this guide aims to shed light on credit card debt forgiveness for disabled individuals, providing essential information and...

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