Reply to post: "We apologise for ANY inconvenience caused."

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Chris Evans

"We apologise for ANY inconvenience caused."

That should be:

"We apologise for THE inconvenience caused."

That should be in PR 101. Annoying your customers when you are trying to apologise really is shooting yourself in the foot.

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