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Is it wrong to use a period on this sentence after the name? Should a comma be used instead?

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Is it wrong to use a period in this sentence after the name?

Yes, because it's not a complete sentence.

Should a comma be used instead?

Yes, a comma is fine there. Then start the next phrase with a small w: "...case, Ben, we suggest...".

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