Question: How do you apologize for the inconvenience cause?

When apologising Sorry for the inconvenience. I/We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Sorry for any trouble caused. Please accept our/my sincere apologies.

Is it OK to say I apologize for the inconvenience?

Although saying “Im sorry for the inconvenience” may be grammatically OK, this statement has a lot of inherent flaws. If youre going to offer a sincere apology to a customer or to anyone youve inconvenienced, you shouldnt make “sorry for the inconvenience” your go-to statement.

How do you say Im sorry to bother you in an email?

Since you dont want to say you (Why not? Its appropriate!), we can rephrase it passively as: Sorry to be bothersome... or Sorry to be troublesome... But I have to say, the active voice is better writing. My recommendation: go with Sorry to bother you... or even better Were sorry to bother you...

How do you say I apologize for inconvenience?

When apologising Sorry for the inconvenience. I/We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Sorry for any trouble caused. Please accept our/my sincere apologies.

How do you apologize without taking fault?

Keep these 3 tips in mind when stating your safe apology:State only the facts of the situation. (NEVER share a haunch or your opinion as to what caused the issue.)Dont assume fault for the mishap and dont blame others.Apologize for the impact the situation had on the customer, not the issue itself.Apr 30, 2013

What can you say instead of sorry to bother you?

Jovanovic says, “instead of saying, Sorry for complaining or Sorry for venting, you could just say, Thank you for listening, Thank you for being there or Thank you for being my friend. ”

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