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    grammar question


    "Kindly note that we have deposited a cheque of S$xx,xxx to your bank Account #: xxxxx for the payment of x% management fee due to ABC."

    What i mean for the above sentence is we have deposited the money to ABC's bank account and the money is the management fee we owe to them. Kindly help me to correct the grammatic mistakes. Thanks.

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    Re: grammar question

    I would say a cheque for $xxx in your bank account

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