Free Letter - Overdue Account
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Writing well, just like speaking well is a valuable communication skill especially when it comes to business matters.
Business letters tend to be more formal and are often sent to people we don’t know. They need to convey the right tone - whether it be authority, disagreement, satisfaction or gratitude.
Whenever you write to a prospect, customer, supplier or an employee it is vital to present aprofessional document so you can make the right impression.
To get you started, we've prepared a list of standard business letter templates. You can use them freely for your own use with our compliments.
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re: Overdue account
As you are aware, our credit terms require that invoices be paid within [number] days of issue. Your account is currently $[amount] overdue. This amount has been outstanding for [number] days.
Below are the details of your Purchase Orders that comprise the outstanding amount:
[Provide details of the date, reference number and amount of each Purchase Order.]
Please forward your cheque for the outstanding amount immediately. I have enclosed (*) a stamped, pre-addressed envelope for your convenience.
Your account has been placed on “credit hold” until this matter is resolved.
If you are experiencing difficulties paying our accounts, I would appreciate if you could contact me directly so that we can discuss this matter further.
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