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My land lord sent me ("he" in the following sentence) and my roommate ("you" in the following sentence) the following sentence.

Although I can understand it by context, I don't know exactly what it means.

He will pay you the $999 per his current game plan with Zelle transfers to you.

How can I interpret the above sentense?

FYI, I can transfer up to $500 a day through Zelle, so I'm trying to send the money to my roommate over two days. Then, my roommate will send it to my land lord. This is the situation.

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He will pay you the $999 per his current game plan with Zelle transfers to you.

I'd break up the sentence like this:

He will pay you the $999 | per his current game plan | with Zelle transfers to you.

So OP (he) will pay you (the roommate) the $999 with Zelle transfers. The "per his current game plan" refers to the current plan and course of action.

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    I think "he" is the OP the quote.
    – James K
    Aug 9 at 7:50
  • Yes “he” is me. Haha
    – Danny_Kim
    Aug 12 at 17:04
  • Why did he say “game”? Actually it is not a game.
    – Danny_Kim
    Aug 12 at 17:05
  • Fixed “he”. Also, “game plan” is really just an expression. Aug 12 at 21:27

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