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    carried frwarded ??

    I am writing a letter to an officer where in I want to say that there is error in there records for last few years....

    so is it correct to write "there is a carried forwarded error in your....."
    If it's not correct then what is the other way to express the same thing

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    Re: carried frwarded ??

    Hello shieldmyadd

    What about?

    • An error in ... (e.g., the report, the data) has been carried over these past few years, notably ... .


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    Re: carried frwarded ??

    thnks soup for ur reply...ur suggestion is good

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