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    Using " no worries" in the following context

    Is it okay to use "no worries" when talking ( chat ) to a worried customer?

    Suppose a customer worrying about the issue with the Notebook.

    May I use " No worries, I will do my best to resolve the issue".

    Could you suggest me alternate sentences to use?

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    Re: Using " no worries" in the following context

    Quote Originally Posted by bspkumar View Post
    Is it okay to use "no worries" when talking ( chat ) to a worried customer?

    Suppose a customer worrying about the issue with the Notebook.

    May I use " No worries, I will do my best to resolve the issue".

    Could you suggest me alternate sentences to use?

    "No worries" tends to be a common expression in Australian English, but in UK English we would be more likely to say, "Don't worry."

    "Don't worry, I'll sort that out for you."
    "Don't worry, I'll get that sorted for you."

    buggles(not a teacher)
    Last edited by buggles; 07-Jan-2009 at 23:48. Reason: egs added

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