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    Use of in/with regards

    Thank you for taking my question.
    Several times while reviewing reports for different areas of the business, I have come across the term "in regards". I had thought that the proper usage was to say "with regards"
    Example:
    In regards to Jiffy Lube, further follow up was requested on their training procedures.

    Should it be:
    With regards to Jiffy Lube, further follow up was requested on their training procedures.

    Which is correct?

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    Re: Use of in/with regards

    See here regard/regards

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