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    #1

    "Due to the volume of requests"?


    "Due to the volume of requests, please only contact Customer Service after you have read the entire email and FAQ page."

    Does the word "volume" have the sense of "amount"?

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    #2

    Re: "Due to the volume of requests"?

    Yes.

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