Request us an ad revenue boost projection?

Hi, can the verb ‘request’ be followed by an object pronoun as in this phrase?

Request us an ad revenue boost projection?

Shouldn’t read “ask for” instead or “request an ad revenue boost projection”?

Many thanks,

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‘Request us’ would suggest that someone is asking ‘us’ to do something as in: They requested us not to smoke. The only other possibility is to say: Request from us - which sounds odd. In advertisements the pronoun is usually left out and this kind of wording would be more common: Simply request an …

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