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    friend

    I am wondering if the following text is correct or not.

    Please note that we received $1000 from Johan on account of your Traveling Expense. When he came to India to visit his friends and close his bank account and subsequently, we made the payment to your traveler agency.

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    Re: friend

    Quote Originally Posted by meela View Post
    I am wondering if the following text is correct or not.

    Please note that we received $1000 from Johan on account of your Traveling Expense. When he came to India to visit his friends and close his bank account and subsequently, we made the payment to your traveler agency.

    "on account of" means "because" or "due to". Do you meant that Johan paid $1000 to cover someone else's travelling expenses.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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