"Regretfully" or "unfortunately"

Benp1994

Member
British English
Hi - Which would work better from the below..... A or B?

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A) If you don't do this within the next 24 hours, we will unfortunately have to remove you from our database as data laws are changing.

B) If you don't do this within the next 24 hours, we will regretfully have to remove you from our database as data laws are changing.
 
  • Glenfarclas

    Senior Member
    English (American)
    Either one is fine. Sentence A says that the circumstance is unfortunate; sentence B say that the company will regret having to remove the user.
     
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