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  • To whom it may concern,

    758 91.88%
  • To who it may concern,

    67 8.12%
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Thread: Formal English

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    #1

    Formal English

    Highlight for the answerTo whom is correct.

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    Re: Formal English

    I have seen "to who", but "to whom it may concern" is a set phrase that is not likely to change any time soon.

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    Agreed.

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