Letter - REQUEST DISCLOSURE OF ADVERSE INFORMATION
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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.
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This is to acknowledge receipt of your letter of [date] in which you notified me that my application for credit with your firm was denied, based on information you had received from an individual other than a consumer credit reporting agency.
Pursuant to my rights under federal law, I hereby request that you disclose the nature of the adverse information received by you.
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
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