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As they assured to my report, Our payment will be refunded by this month.


Is this correct grammatically? Is "assured to my report" suitable?

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As they assured to my report, our payment will be refunded by this month.


As they assured to my report, <<<< I don't understand this. Say it another way.


our payment will be refunded by this month.

Do you mean one of these phrases?

eg by the end of this month

eg this month

eg at the end of this month

Clive

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CliveAs they assured to my report, <<<< I don't understand this. Say it another way.

They had given assurance to repay the payment after submitting a report(complaint)


Do you mean one of these phrases? Yes, It suits.

eg by the end of this month

eg Because of our complaint, they have promised to refund our payment by the end of this month.

Thanks. In case, I am giving continuous complaint against it. Would I say this?

Because of our persistent report, they have promised to refund our payment by the end of this month.

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Yes, that's fine, but reports is not a suitable word.

Because of our persistent written complaints, they have promised to refund our payment by the end of this month.

Clive