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    #1

    Post set them straight

    Example.
    Colin: Well, there is a problem these days with people getting a hold of your personal information, and with that personal information, ordering credit cards, buying cars, doing a whole bunch of things that can impact your credit rating and your ability to get a car loan and whatnot. So what Identity Theft Insurance does is it protects you and will give you assistance, both with our expertise as well as with financial assistance, to rectify the situation if you ever are affected by identity theft, because it takes a while to contact everyone that needs to get contacted, set them straight, let them know what's right and what's wrong, clean up your credit bureau. All that takes time and money, and can be very expensive, and we'll help you through all that.

    Question
    What's the meaning of "set them straight"?


    • Join Date: Apr 2008
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    Re: set them straight

    [quote=KIMJONGEUN;301933]Example.
    Colin: Well, there is a problem these days with people getting a hold of your personal information, and with that personal information, ordering credit cards, buying cars, doing a whole bunch of things that can impact your credit rating and your ability to get a car loan and whatnot. So what Identity Theft Insurance does is it protects you and will give you assistance, both with our expertise as well as with financial assistance, to rectify the situation if you ever are affected by identity theft, because it takes a while to contact everyone that needs to get contacted, set them straight, let them know what's right and what's wrong, clean up your credit bureau. All that takes time and money, and can be very expensive, and we'll help you through all that.

    Question
    What's the meaning of "set them straight/ clarify the situation, get somebody out of the state of confusion, make things clear as a day for somebody
    Hope this will help

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