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I would like to explain a customer that during the next two months we will be very busy with a tight schedule, but I don't want to sound rude or put him in a rush, as I only have certain day available within this month.

What would you say?

Thank you for your help.

closed as primarily opinion-based by AndyT, tchrist Jun 15 '17 at 12:15

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  • I'm afraid writing advice is off topic here. This site provides specific answers to specific questions, not whole sentences for your particular situation. – AndyT Jun 15 '17 at 9:09
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    You could always add that you wish you had the ability to be more flexible within your obligations. – Yosef Baskin Jun 15 '17 at 11:29
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Pretty much like you said it - "I'm very/really sorry but during the next two months we will be very busy with a tight schedule, hence please try to reschedule (your appointment or whatever). Sorry for the inconvenience/Any inconvenience caused is deeply regretted."

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