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When would you use customer's and when would you use customers' in a sentance.
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After reviewing customer complaints, our service needs to be improved

customers' needs

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their customers

Customers' requests = multiple customers with requests

customer's requests = one customer with more than one request

if i say, one of my new customer's has just received her daily intake package,

is it correct

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If I say, "One of my new customers has just received her daily intake package", is it correct?

No.

The plural of customer is customers.

Review the documents thoroughly just as you would if the customer was in the office.

Is it the customer were or was in the office?

anonymous

Review the documents just as thoroughly just as you would if the customer were/was in the office.

Is it the customer were or was in the office?

Both are possible. 'were' is preferred after 'if' in more formal writing.

CJ

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Customer's property

Cusomers' property

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