Letter - SPECIAL CREDIT TERMS REJECTED
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Your letter requesting that we bill you quarterly rather than monthly, presents us with somewhat of a problem.
Inasmuch as we would like to welcome you as a new customer of our firm, we would like to accommodate you in any way possible. Your request, however, would result in your receiving preferential treatment on your account and would be unfair to all of our customers who must settle their accounts within ( 30 ) days. If we were to offer the terms you have requested to all of our customers, we would soon be out of business.
I am sure you can understand our position in this matter. We would welcome your account on our regular open account basis and hope that we will have the opportunity to provide you with our fine line of products as well as service.
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