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What do you think of 'as per's' usage here?

Background to the sentence: the attached email is the email message that was sent by him:

He has already sent a reply, as per the attached email.

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a. As per your recommendation, I have left my parents' house and moved into my fiance's appartment.

b. In accordance with your recommendation, I have left my parents' house and moved into my fiance's appartment.

c. Per your recommendation, I have left my parents' house and moved into my fiance's appartment.

d. In agreement with your recommendation, I have left my parents' house and moved into my fiance's appartment.

Which is the best way to say this?

thanks
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What do you think of 'as per's' usage here? He has already sent a reply, as per the attached email.-- Awful.

Which is the best way to say this?-- e. On your recommendation, I have left my parents' house and moved into my fiance's apartment.
Mister MicawberAwful.

Thanks, I suspect this means it is wrong then. I presume you have seen it used in this way also.
Mister MicawberWhich is the best way to say this?-- e. On your recommendation, I have left my parents' house and moved into my fiance's apartment.
OK, cheers. But you accept all others also?
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I will grudgingly accept A, B and D, but I really am not a fan of bizspeak.
Mister Micawber grudgingly accept A, B and D

Why so against them? Not colloquial? Near-incorrect word usage? Overused? Verbose? Too formal/informal?

Ta
I really don't think you digest my posts.
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OR, perhaps my posts don't come out as I want them to, leading you to think I haven't digested your posts correctly. In fact, I'm pretty sure this is the case here.

When I say 'so against them' I mean, against using them, not against them entirely. I understand you accept them, but dislike them.

Apologies for wasting your time.
I am not a fan of bizspeak.
Oh, I did digest that; I was just asking for a more specific reason, i.e. why you don't like this particular bizspeak. Not to worry, I've lost interest in the reason now. Emotion: smile Ta
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