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    i got notified

    I sent out an email regarding a product to some people, I did not put pricing. Someone among those people just emailed me to ask what is the price. I want to send another email with price to the same people again.

    In the second email, can I say "Sorry guys, I got notified that there is no price in the list I sent out earlier, the price is $20."

    Is "I got notified" right to use in this case? or maybe "I got notified by someone"

    Thanks

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    Re: i got notified

    Quote Originally Posted by goodstudent View Post
    I sent out an email regarding a product to some people, I did not put pricing. Someone among those people just emailed me to ask what is the price. I want to send another email with price to the same people again.

    In the second email, can I say "Sorry guys, I got notified that there is no price in the list I sent out earlier, the price is $20."

    Is "I got notified" right to use in this case? or maybe "I got notified by someone"

    Thanks
    I would use "was" rather than "got". I would end it with "sent out earlier. The price is $20".

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    Re: i got notified

    I don't think you need to say that anyone else notified you of your omission. I would go with "I'm sorry, I forgot to include the price in my last email. It's $20."
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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