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“So according to your records, your last payment went through correctly?”
“Any update on how uncle Harry is doing?”
“Listen, I don't want to take up too much of your time.”
“No. I'm sorry, but this is unacceptable.”
“Can you have him call me when he gets in?”
“Did I catch you at an OK time?”
“I need to report a lost or stolen ATM card.”
“OK, I think that's about it.”
“Sorry I haven't gotten back to you. I've been swamped.”
“What a coincidence! I was just about to call you.”
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