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Hello,

"We advice having credited your account with $1000...." says an e-mail from the bank. (good news ineed !).
But, is it wrong if they 'advise' ?

-dileep.k
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"Thank you for the advice Grammar Geek. Please advise if this is correct."

Is my sentence correct using advice and advise? Thank you in advance.
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Yes, your use of advise and advice is correct.
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Mister MicawberHello, heiro-- and welcome to English Forums.Yes, your use of advise and advice is correct.
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which is correct,

please advice on this issue or please advise on this issue.
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Mr.dileep,

This is a commonly asked question.. Answer is

Advice: guidance/information/suggestion
Advise: give advice/inform/guide

Advice is the noun form and advise is verb.

We can use this in sentences like:

Please advise (guide) me for further procedures.

I expect your advice (guidance) in this particular situation.
Advice only appears in singular form. In a plural sense, you may say "pieces of advice".
The plural 'advices' has an extremely limited use in commerce:

an official notification, especially one pertaining to abusiness agreement: an overdue advice.
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Then what should I do? Can you give me a advice??I is this Correct advice?
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