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    bump

    Does "bump" in the following mean "increase"?

    All we've gotten is empty promises and a litany of excuses or finger-pointing. And then you send us an invoice with a 20% bump in maintenance fees?

    Thank you.

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    Re: bump

    Quote Originally Posted by unpakwon View Post
    Does "bump" in the following mean "increase"?

    All we've gotten is empty promises and a litany of excuses or finger-pointing. And then you send us an invoice with a 20% bump in maintenance fees?

    Thank you.
    Yes.

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