"English forum had farworded my papers to a client."

Is this sentencing right if it had happened in the last week?
misspelling aside, more context is needed to know if the sentence is "right". grammatically, yes, it could work, but more info is needed...

there is, however, a tremendous difference between:

EF had my papers forwarded to a client...


EF had forwarded my papers to a client...

in the first sentence, had is the verb, in the simple past, and forwarded is a past participle adjective used in the passive voice ... EF did not send the papers, but asked someone else do it.

in the second sentence, the compound verb is "had forwarded" and assumes that another action, also in the past, occurred AFTER the action of forwarding (e.g. EF had - already - forwarded my papers when i called this morning.)