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    #1

    For whatever it is worth.

    I am giving this information for whatever worth it is.

    Is the above sentence correct?

    And also, does it mean that I am just giving this information, not really sure where and how it is useful.


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    #2

    Re: For whatever it is worth.

    Usually it is "for what it is worth".

    Yes, I am telling you this, even if what I tell you seems to have no value.

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