1. As you mentioned above mail, I will send you the money.
  2. As per mentioned above mail, I will send you the money.

Which of the above sentence is correct?

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  • Syntactically, as per corresponds to in accordance with, which makes your second version non-idiomatic / ungrammatical (since it must be followed by a noun, not a verb form). Your first attempt is also invalid, for other reasons, but note that ELU isn't a proofreading service. – FumbleFingers May 4 '18 at 13:52

Ambrose Bierce, in Write It Right advises against using per, for instance, in "Five dollars per day," and that "if you must use the Latin preposition use the Latin noun too: per diem." In your case, "as you mentioned" is fine.

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