Receive recommendation


Senior Member
Do these two words collocate? I'm trying to write a demo complaint letter and I want to use theis sentence: "after recieving reccomendation about your company, we decided to hire your services...unfortunately, your service didn't answer our expectation."
Does it make sense?
Please write any better solution that you have in mind.
Thank you!
  • Parla

    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    After your company had been recommended to us, we engaged you to [whatever they were supposed to do]. Unfortunately, the quality of your service did not meet our expectations.

    Lau Lau

    Senior Member
    Español, España
    At the end of the sentence, wouldn't work better a present perfect since he/she is writing the complaint? Only simple past works?
    I mean, ''the quality of your service has not met our expectation.'' Sounds weird? :S
    < Previous | Next >