If I can stop being disturbed?

to-toni

Member
Russian
Hello, everybody!
The question is in the title...
For example is the following phrase correct:
"Please finally pay the Invoice so that I can stop getting disturbed by our Accounts department"

Thank you very much!

Seriously, guys, I really need an answer!!!
 
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  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Hello

    I'm not entirely sure who it is that you are saying or writing this to, but I think it would be better as something like 'Please pay the invoice so that our accounts department stop bothering me. Thank you.'

    I hope this helps.
     

    Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    Please describe the situation in detail ... and always put your subject word or phrase in the message body. Thank you.
     

    to-toni

    Member
    Russian
    Thank you for the answers.

    I am speaking about the situation like this:
    Our customer was asked several times to pay the invoice, but he stil didn't. And to push him I am asking him again saying that not only me who is asking him to do it but our ACcounts department already noticed this situation and start bothering me with this issue!
     

    Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    Thank you ... that's great.

    Please pay the invoice so my accounts department will stop chasing me about it.

    Keep in mind, I don't think this will be particularly effective, but if that's what you'd like to say ... :)
     
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