How to use Opt-in in a sentence

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  • To reverse this opt in from that point on, you shall have to contact the third party.

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  • Instead of opting out of overdraft protection, you will actually have to opt in.

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  • If you opt in to receiving the tweets by cell phone, make sure you have unlimited text messaging.

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  • Acas will give you the option to opt-in to receive Acas e-mails or mailings for marketing or informational purposes.

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  • This is called overdraft protection, and you have to decide whether to opt in for this type of account protection.

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  • As a subscriber to a wireless service you can opt in to receive the mobile text alerts.

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  • Of course, if individuals who subscribe to one of these companies want their cell phone number included in the directory, they can opt in and add their numbers.

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  • Usually there is a choice to opt in or out of these mailings, so you're not automatically stuck with an inbox or mailbox full of unwanted mail.

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  • Create an opt-in mailing list and use an auto responder program to send subscribers regular updates on your latest work.

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  • People who did not ask for COBRA when they left their jobs prior to the change must be given another chance to opt in.

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  • They also must notify all persons who are eligible of their option to opt in for coverage.

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  • Whatever display name you use, you then get to opt in or out of receiving emails from Blogger.

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  • Businesses would certainly be well advised to obtain opt-in consent from their customers to protect against the proposed changes in the law.

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  • Each prize draw includes an opt in box inviting you to say yes to the draw sponsor sending you further offers.

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  • Your financial institution will probably ask you to opt in to overdraft protection and will outline the merits and potential costs of accepting overdraft protection on your checking account.

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  • Some people welcome that kind of pervasive consumer awareness, but it needs to be opt-in to make people not feel threatened by it.

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