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Asked on: 6/12/13, 9:18 am

I need to write a letter accepting an order placed to me by a client. My client is an attorney and he email me requesting a (Unhappy client/consumer refund and order cancellation). How can I reply accepting and apologizing him (an ATTORNEY).

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Answered on: 6/12/13, 9:36 pm by John Laurie

I do not understand the facts clearly other than you need a letter accepting an order and apologizing at the same time. Suggest since you have some concerns you retain an attorney to do so. Should not cost that much.

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