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We would like inform you that payment will be pay by 3/29, please provide the bank details for remittance.

closed as off-topic by J. Taylor, sumelic, Lawrence, Hellion, Davo Mar 13 at 13:31

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  • We would like to inform you that remittance will be made by 3/29, please provide the bank details for payment. – Giu Piete Mar 13 at 8:00
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You're almost there! Your sentence is missing the preposition "to," which needs to be placed before "inform." Tenses need to be kept consistent as well. Lastly, I noticed a comma splice: it is a grammatical error that occurs when a comma is used to separate two independent clauses. Lastly, using "processed" instead of "pay" will make your sentence sound more professional.

As such, the correct sentence is this:

We would like to inform you that the payment will be processed by 3/29. Please provide the bank details for remittance.

  • Thank you for improving my grammar. – Sally Hsu Mar 13 at 12:36
  • You're most welcome! – EnEdits Mar 13 at 12:54

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