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      • Native Language:
      • Chinese
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      • Hong Kong
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    #1

    Smile A message by email

    Which one is correct. Please review. Thanks.

    1) As per my message on your voice mail, please be advised that the amounts for RRSPs will be as follows:
    a) $@@ - Cdn Income
    b) $@@ - ABC Inc.

    Please acknowledge me by returning email. Thanks.

    OR

    2) As per message, please be advised that the amounts for RRSPs will be listed below:
    a) $@@ - Cdn Income
    b) $@@ - ABC Inc.

    Please acknowledge receipt of this email. Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: A message by email

    ***Not a teacher***

    I don't know what RRSPs are, so I am guessing a little, but I think the following would probably be acceptable:

    As per my voicemail message, please be advised that the cost of the RRSPs will be as follows:
    a) $@@ - Cdn Income
    b) $@@ - ABC Inc.

    Please acknowledge receipt of this email. Thanks.


    Ade

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