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Hi Mark,



I am still doing my old job . But sometime I am trying put same CIS invoices to the system to keep update the account.



And I just noticed that those two invoices has paid ( X2006015,X2006025 ) but they are missing on the system so please send me copies of two invoices . If is anything urgent you can contact to me other ways, I will let you know when I start to work full to my new role

Kind Regards











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Just a minor comment: full-time should not be hyphenated unless it modifies a noun. I work full time, but I have full-time employment.
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AnonymousHi Mark,



I am still doing my old job, but sometimes when I try to put CIS invoices into the system to keep the account updated, the files are missing.

I just noticed that those two invoices
( X2006015,X2006025) have been paid, but they are missing on the system so please send me copies of the two invoices .

If anything is urgent, you can contact to me in other ways: [INSERT HOW TO CONTACT].

I will let you know when I start working full-time in my new role


Kind Regards
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Grammar GeekJust a minor comment: full-time should not be hyphenated unless it modifies a noun. I work full time, but I have full-time employment.
OK, OK.

I'm not an English professional (and certainly not a geek), like some people around here.

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After looking at two other posts, I modified your writing like this:

Hi Mark,

I am still doing my old job. What troubles me is the fact that when I try to keep the accounts updated, sometimes I am putting the same CIS invoices into the system.

I just have noticed that two invoices with the numbers X2006015 and X2006025 were recorded paid but are shown to be missing in the system, so please send me the copies of those invoices.

If there is anything urgent, please contact me other ways. I will let you know when I start to work full time in my new job/employment.

Kind Regards,

I think putting the word "job" under two different contexts makes the writing ambiguous.
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