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    #1

    for or to

    "He might be a new customer to you"

    OR

    "He might be a new customer for you"

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    Re: for or to

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "He might be a new customer to you"

    OR

    "He might be a new customer for you"
    They are both correct in the proper context.
    "He might be a new customer to you, but he's been buying from me for several years".
    "I met the manager of X stores yesterday, he's looking for another supplier so he might be(come) a new customer for you".

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