From a blog I read (it was having a contest):
"All I can say is that I'm not making a mistake. Anymore would give too much of a hint to the people who still haven't answered."
"Anymore" should be "any more" in this case.
"Anymore" goes in a negative sentence:
"I don't love you anymore."
"Any more" means "a little bit more:
If I give you any more chocolate, you will get a stomachache.
Sometimes a space does make a difference!
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