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  1. Anna_DE

    Question Proof of postage

    Hello there,

    A parcel has been sent to me a few weeks ago and I haven't received it yet.
    I am writing an email to the sender saying

    'would you be able to send a proof of postage OF the parcel?)

    Do I say of /to/for?

    Many thanks

  2. #2

    Thumbs up Re: Proof of postage

    Dear Anna,
    I`m a good idea might be to include the following sentence: I would be grateful if you could send me the proof of postage for the parcel that was sent, so that I can instigate a search with my postal authorities.

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