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    #1

    customer name or customer's name

    Hi Teachers,

    You probably know that I work as a technical support and I support customers over the phone. So my concern is I'm a little confused with when to use "customer name" or "customer's name." Pls see sample sentence below.

    Can you verify the "customer name" or "customer's name" of this account. Which one is correct?


    Thanks!

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    Re: customer name or customer's name

    They both work, in my opinion.

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