How do you say please look into this matter?

How do you say please look into this matter?

I request you to kindly look into the matter and remit the said amount into my account within the next two days. I am enclosing a copy of the latest Account Statement for your action. I would greatly appreciate your executing this request at your earliest convenience.

Do the needful ASAP?

Do the needful is a common phrase in Indian English. It means do that which is needed. If it sounds too clunky or vague to you, or if your audience will be unfamiliar with it, you can politely ask people to do what you need them to do instead. You can also say do what needs to be done.

Can I have a look meaning?

have a look – look at with attention; “Have a look at this!”; “Get a load of this pretty woman!” get a load, take a look. look – perceive with attention; direct one’s gaze towards; “She looked over the expanse of land”; “Look at your child!”; “Look–a deer in the backyard!”

How do you say kindly look into this matter?

When you’re asking the recipient to take some action I would appreciate your help in this matter. Could you look into this? Would you mind checking it out for me? Thanks in advance.

How do you politely say about your information?

2 Answers

  1. I’d just like to bring to your attention… + an issue / a recent discovery / an interesting fact.
  2. I would just like to update you on…
  3. I’d like to notify you that…
  4. Just so you know…
  5. Just so you’re aware…

How do you say no worries in a formal email?

No Problem Synonyms

  1. You’re welcome (Formal)
  2. Sure thing (Informal)
  3. No worries (Informal)
  4. Cool (Informal)
  5. It’s all gravy (Informal)
  6. It’s all right (Informal)
  7. Certainly (Formal)
  8. Of course (Formal)

Is it OK to say no worries in an email?

The simple answer is it doesn’t really matter what words are used; it’s how you say it. You can use no problem or no worries or anything else that you like to say to let the person know that it is not a big deal.

What can I say instead of Don’t worry?


  • cheer up. phrasal verb. spoken used for telling someone to try to be happier.
  • forget it. phrase. used for telling someone that they should not worry about something because it is not important.
  • never mind. phrase.
  • no harm done. phrase.
  • don’t panic. phrase.
  • there, there. phrase.
  • hush. verb.
  • all right. adjective.

What should I reply to don’t worry about me?

1 Answer. Both “OK” and “Thank you” are good answers to conclude that part of the conversation. Their response of “Don’t worry about it” can also be a conclusion to the conversation.

What’s a nice way to say don’t worry about it?

What is another word for don’t worry about it?

never mind nothing
drop it forget it
ignore it don’t concern yourself
forget about it it doesn’t matter
it’s all right let it go

What to tell someone who is worrying?

Take Your Time: 10 Things to Say to Someone Who Has Anxiety

  • Are You OK?
  • I’m Always Here if You Need to Talk
  • Your Fears/Worries/Triggers Are Not Silly
  • Take Your Time
  • Let’s Sort Through This Together
  • How Can I Help?
  • There’s a Cup of Tea Waiting for You at Home
  • This Feeling Will Pass

How do you calm someone with anxiety?

Topic Overview

  1. Stay with the person and keep calm.
  2. Offer medicine if the person usually takes it during an attack.
  3. Don’t make assumptions about what the person needs.
  4. Speak to the person in short, simple sentences.
  5. Be predictable.
  6. Help slow the person’s breathing by breathing with him or her or by counting slowly to 10.

What to text someone who has anxiety?

21 Texts to Send People With Anxiety When They Need It Most

  1. I’m always here for you if you need to talk.
  2. How can I help?
  3. Just wanted to let you know you’re not alone in this.
  4. Thinking of you.
  5. I believe in you.
  6. You won’t feel this way forever.
  7. I love you¦
  8. Want me to come over and hang out?

How do you calm down someone over text?

Consider these options:

  1. Whenever you need to call, I’m here.
  2. I wish I could be there right now.
  3. You’re still in my thoughts.
  4. Your family is lucky to have you through all this.
  5. Maybe I can’t be there, but there’s definitely something I can do.