Letter - REFUSAL TO LEND CORPORATE NAME FOR ADVERTISING
Welcome, you've arrived at an RP Emery & Associates Free Legal Document Page.
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.
You are not permitted to reproduce these letters on any medium for public display or re-sale.
********** Document Starts Here ************
Your letter, wherein you have requested to use the name of our firm in your print advertising campaign, has been given to me for consideration.
While we have always been pleased with the service you have provided to us and are, in fact a, "satisfied customer," it is against the policy of our company to authorise the use of our name in conjunction with any other product or service company. Therefore, I must refuse your request.
Although it may be a small consolation, we have always spoken well of your product when direct inquiries have been made, and will continue to do so in the future.
If I can be of assistance to you in any other way, please let me know.
© R. P. Emery & Associates - www.rpemery.com
********** Document Ends Here ************