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  1. Member
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    #1

    How to say the info I want to share?

    I am a seller, and I want to let a new buyer know how other buyers use the product, and I do not want to sound as if I am pitching a sale.


    I thought of something like:

    Just to share, the other company is buying this product A to use it on their car.


    I am not sure if there is something like "just to share" or some other better sentences that is better or more suitable than "just to share"?

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    Re: How to say the info I want to share?

    'Just to share' doesn't work. I'd say, "You may be interested to know ...".

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