Does the verb " confirm" sound ok in the following sentence? ( also, if you see any other mistakes, please let me know. thanks a lot)

I would like to confirm that you are planning to visit our office on June 2.
  • Entirely correct as stated above from an English point of view.

    In the business community "I" is rarely used; it is generally replaced with "we".

    "We would like to confirm..."

    "We were pleased that you were able to visit..."

    "We quote pricing on your requirements as follows..."

    This is not an English rule; but it is a business convention (in the USA).
    I agree entirely with what's been said so far. If you are writing on behalf of a business, you should avoid using "I," but your sentence is grammatically very correct.