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  1. Dany's Avatar

    • Join Date: Aug 2004
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    #1

    due to

    Hello all,

    We have transfered the invoice amount due to your account at the Akron State Bank on receiving your letter of 8 June.


    What does "the invoice amount due to your account" mean?
    I'm a little confused, because "invoice amount" and "amount due" are the same meaning , aren't they?

    It would be logical if you say "We have transfered the invoice amount (or: amount due) to your account". Do you understand what I mean?

    Thanks a lot for your help in advance,
    Dany

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: due to

    Try looking at it this way,

    . . . amount (that is) owing to your account. . .

  3. Dany's Avatar

    • Join Date: Aug 2004
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    Re: due to

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Try looking at it this way,

    . . . amount (that is) owing to your account. . .
    Hello Casiopea,

    thank you for your help. But I still don't understand. When "due" has the same meaning as "owing", why you don't say:
    We have transfered the due invoice amount to your account.

    Dany

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