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    Please help with two sentences

    Sorry to keep you waiting, the chque of USDxxx is available in our office now, please come to collect at anytime.

    We had paid the CFS charge to the ABC customerís forwarder, therefore, we did not need refund this cost to our customer.

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    Exclamation Re: Please help with two sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    Sorry to keep you waiting, the chque for (of) USDxxx is available in our office now. Please come to collect the same at anytime.

    We have (had) paid the CFS charge to the ABC customerís forwarding agent, therefore, we (did not) need not have to refund this cost to our customer.
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    Re: Please help with two sentences

    British native, not a teacher

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    Sorry to keep you waiting, the chque of USDxxx is available in our office now, please come to collect at anytime.

    We had paid the CFS charge to the ABC customerís forwarder, therefore, we did not need refund this cost to our customer.

    Sorry to have kept you waiting. The cheque for USDxxx is now available for collection from our office at any time.

    We have paid the CFS charge to the ABC customer's forwarding agent, therefore we do not need to refund this cost to our customer.

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