Impeccable Language Engineering

Impeccable Customer Service Tip #239

Unfortunately” is overused and often precedes a half-hearted apology or can’t-do approach. If your intention is to apologize, then *say* you’re sorry and move quickly toward suggesting what it is that you *can* do.

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  1. Rats! Unfortunately I just used that unfortunate expression this morning! LOL…

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