i do not want to be a costumer


To whom it may concern


I enrolled this site last year but to day I checked my account it charged me again for one year. Actually now I don't need. gould u please return my money back.



to asked Feb 24 '13 at 18:23 Ashraf New member

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A costumer is a person who makes costumes.  If you don’t want to make costumes, then by all means, don’t!


“To whom it may concern” is an appropriate opening for a letter to a company.  Unfortunately, your letter does not concern anyone here at Grammarly Answers.  This is a public forum for discussion about grammar.  There are no employees here.  Try the link for support at the bottom of the page. 

link comment answered Feb 25 '13 at 00:27 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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