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    #1

    making complaints

    Hello there,

    I would like to write a complaint. Can you please help me on this?

    I haven't filed a formal complaint (not legal complaint), but I would like to say something like I will preserve the right to do that.

    "I regret to hear your reluctance of dealing with this matter, and I preserve the rights to take further actions."

    Can you please help me to check if there is any better way to say. Thank you.

    Best Regards
    kcg


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    Re: making complaints

    I regret to hear of your reluctance to deal with this matter, and I preserve the rights to take further actions. The correct way is to say "I reserve the right to take further action"


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    #3

    Re: making complaints

    Thank you for your help Anglika. Much appreciated


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    #4

    Re: making complaints

    You're welcome

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