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PHRASES TO START A SENTENCE

I would be grateful if you could …

Regarding your query below …

I’m writing to inform you that …

I’m afraid that …

I would like to inform you …

Please note that …

Kindly bear in mind that …

I’m emailing you to update you on …

We deeply regret …

I would be delighted to …

As per our agreement, …

I just want to follow up on our conversation regarding …

I wish to draw your attention to …

Further to our conversation, …

I would appreciate (it) if you could …

We’re pleased to advise you that …

I am afraid that I must inform you of/that …

Please note that …

I just kindly following up on my latest email regarding …

I’m advising you to …

Please be advised that …

I regret to inform you that …

As per our conversation …

It seems that …

Keep in mind that …

I will make sure that …

Please keep me informed about …

I kindly ask you to …

I write to notify you that …

Following investigation concerning …

I wish to draw your attention to …

EXAMPLE

Subject: Dedicated AM – Introduction

Hi Anthony,

I hope you are doing well!

My colleague has provided me with your contact details as the main point of contact for (CUSTOMER’S COMPANY NAME).
I have tried reaching you today, but your colleague advised me you have a day off, so I will call you to introduce myself tomorrow.

I have been assigned as (CUSTOMER’S COMPANY NAME) Account Manager and I will be happy to have a short discussion, to understand your (YOUR COMPANY NAME) experience better. And provide you with better conditions, as your account has been out of contractual terms for several months now.

Best regards,
(YOUR NAME)

You are free to use the above phrases to start a sentence in your emails!

Phrases to start a sentence
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