Instead of closing an email with "Thank You", is "Thanks Anyway" grammatically correct?

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Instead of closing an email with "Thank You", is "Thanks Anyway" grammatically correct?

 

 

1 - Is the comma in the above sentence grammatically correct?
2 - Along with using "Thanks Anyway" as an alternative to "Thank You", is it grammatically correct to capitalize as you would do so with "Thank You".

 

Thank You

asked Mar 13 '13 at 15:18 Jennifer Silverstein New member

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I don't think you should capitalize "Thank you," at the end of an email either.

link comment answered Mar 15 '13 at 01:10 Natalie New member
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In certain cases "Thanks Anyway"  might sound offensive, as if you were saying, "You did not help, but thanks anyway". So "Thanks" is a better option, imho. 

Some people prefer a standard "Sincerely," or "Yours," (or both), which are always good.

link comment answered Jun 24 at 19:26 Oleg Gld New member

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