Can you imagine if that message actually made it to the customer? In case you can't make heads or tails of it, here is what the message should have said:
"Our apologies for the delay of your recent order. Two items have been placed on back order. We appreciate your patience, and would like to offer you 15% off of your next order as a thank you for your continued patronage. Please, tell Sally that we received her call. She was very kind on the phone when she introduced herself as your new employee. We will contact you with a ship date for your other items. Good luck with your new receptionist!"
As you can see, running a spell checker on your work should only be a fraction of your review process. At the very least, reread what you've written before hitting send. Otherwise, you may be sending the wrong message.
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