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At your service

Posted by Henry on April 21, 2004

In Reply to: Committed to satisfy you or Committed to satisfying you posted by Anwar on April 21, 2004

: Here in Pakistan I have often found people using the first expression, while to me the second one sounds more appropriate. Will somebody please let me know which one of them is better/correct? How does the one differs from the other? Thanx.

You can attract a client by being committed to satisfy him. An act in the future.
You can retain his costum by remaining committed to satisfying him. A present, continuing, unfinished action.