If you have any queries contact at [contact details removed]

tufguy

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What do we say "If you have any queries contact at [email address and phone number removed] or "If you have any queries contact [email address and phone number removed]?
 
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Re: If you have any queries contact at [ contact details removed]

[STRIKE]What[/STRIKE] Which do we say: "If you have any queries contact at [contact details removed]" or "If you have any queries contact [email address removed] or [contact details removed]"?

The first would require a name or pronoun: "contact us at...." or "contact Bob Smith at..."

The second one is okay, although it's more common to include some form of contact name.

I'd put a comma after 'queries', in both sentences. I'd also replace 'queries' with 'questions', but that might just be my AmE preference.
 
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