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Dear English native speakers! Could you please tell me, if a comma is needed in this sentence:

If for any reason (,) you are not 100 satisfied with the quality of our services, we will refund 100% of your money back.

As far as my little research on this shows, a comma is not needed, but I’d like to have a feedback from native speakers. Thank you in advance!

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I don't think a single comma would be acceptable, as it would separate "If" from the condition making the reduced sentence:

[If for any reason,] you are not 100% satisfied with the quality of our services, we will refund 100% of your money back.

This sentence does not make sense. (I would also add the percent sign after 100).


However, if you can use two commas and separate the "for" phrase:

If, for any reason, you are not 100% satisfied with the quality of our services, we will refund 100% of your money back.

However, this version with two commas does not flow as well to me as when reading the sentence with no commas.

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