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  1. Joanna

    While I certainly understand the sentiment that they’re trying to get at, saying you’re sorry you won’t have “the opportunity to have worked with them” sounds to me like “I’m sorry I’m losing the opportunity to get your money.” That’s equally as bad as expressing condolences.

    • LAL

      The answer didn’t instruct the coordinator to say “sorry I won’t have the opportunity to have worked with you.” The answer said to thank them for the opportunity to have worked with them. Presumably the coordinator had already spent some time working with the bride/MOB and it is appropriate to acknowledge that it was a pleasure to work with them.

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