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Mail-order company

Letter requesting catalogue of mail-order goods.

[address]

[date]

[Name & Address of Company]

Dear Sir,

I read your advertisement in a magazine recently. Could you send me a catalogue of your goods plus the price (including post and packing). I might want to buy a few items.

Thankyou.

Yours faithfully,

(Name of Sender)

Letter returning defective goods.

Your Ref: [number]

[address]

[date]

[Name & Address of Company]

Dear Sir,

I received via the Post the items I ordered from your company. The items are in good order except for a plastic box which has a cracked lid. I do not know exactly how the lid got cracked but it looks as though it happened in transit

So I am returning the defective box to you with this letter. Please send me a replacement that is in good condition. Also I suggest you use better packing material to reduce the possibility of damage in transit Thankyou.

Letter returning goods and asking for full refund.

Your Ref: [number]

[address]

[date]

[Name & Address of Company]

Dear Sir,

I received via the post the goods I ordered from your company. I regret to inform you that I am not satisfied with the quality of the goods. I am returning them to you within the trial period of 14 days. Thus I expect to receive a full refund from you.

Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

(Name of Buyer)

Letter complaining of non-delivery of mail-order goods.

[address]

[date]

[Name & Address of Company]

Dear Sir,

Two weeks ago I send a purchase order to you for several items with the foil payment in a Money Order (No. 76501) amounting to $125.70. To date I have not received anything from you.

Could you please look into this matter and do what is necessary? Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

(Name of Buyer)

Letter inquiring about club membership.

[Name & Address of sender] [date]

The Secretary [Name & Address of Qub]

Dear Sir,

I like to inquire about how I can apply to be a member of your dub. The activities your club caters for are of interest to me. Thus I am keen to join.

Favorable reply letter for inquiring about club membership

(Qub Letterhead)

[date]

[Name & Address of prospective member]

 

Dear Sir,

I am pleased to hear of your intention to join our club. No qualification is required except your interest. The entrance fee is

$__________ and_ the  monthly    subscription is $…   payable at

the beginning of each month.

Please fill in the application form that accompanies this letter and return it to me together with your payment (entrance fee plus first month’s subscription). Your application will be processed promptly.

 

 

Unfavourable reply letter for inquiring about club membership

(Qub Letterhead)

[date]

[Name of Address]

Dear Sir,

Thank you for showing interest in joining our dub. At present the dub membership is at its maximum and we could not possibly cater for any additional members.

However I have put your name on our Waiting List and shall inform you as soon as it becomes possible for you to join our dub.

Yours faithfully,

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(Name)

Secretary

Notice of Club’s Annual General Meeting.

(Cub Letterhead)

6th May 19____

To All Members,

Annual General Meeting

Please be informed that the Annual General Meeting of

the Qub will be held on Sunday 6th June 19 ™. at 3.00 p.m in the

Qub premises.

Agenda:        Reading     of Minutes

Statement of Accounts General Matters

Please be punctual

(Name)

Secretary

Notice of Emergency General Meeting.

(Gub Letterhead)

12th August ______

To All Members,

Emergency General Meeting

Agenda; Legal Action challenging Club’s Existence

We have received notice of legal proceedings against us challenging the legality of our Gub’s existence. Sad|y, this has been initiated by some of our very own members.

 

These past few weeks I have had the most unpleasant ex­perience of having to listen to numerous complaints from fellow members about your abusive behaviour towards diem. I have spoken to you on die matter and your behaviour towards me is not unlike what die complaints were about

We are veiy concerned for the well-being of our dub and abusive behaviour is detrimental to’it So we, the Executive Committee, have met and dedded to ask you to show cause why your membership should not be terminated. You have seven (7) days from the ‘date of this letter to reply, failing which you auto­matically cease to be a member.

 

(Name)

club Secretary

Letter requesting club’s programme.

[Name & Address of member] [date]

[Name of Secretary]

The Secretary

[Name & Address of Club]

Dear Mr.——————       

I have not had the chance of being at the dub recently for I have been busy running about the country as my job requires.

I know that I have missed some dub activities simply because I was not aware of them. Thus to avoid this in future, could you send me a list of future dub activities so that I could plan my schedule ahead? I do not like to miss out on club activities which I do enjoy tremendously.

Thankyou.

Letter of complaint to Club Secretary.

[Name & Address] [date]

[Name]

The Secretary

[Name & Address of dub]

Dear Mr ———————-

According to Rule 13, children under 12 are not allowed into the bar and lounge. However, as you probably are aware of too, die bar and lounge looks more like a child-care centre, especially at weekends. So it is quite impossible to have a quiet drink there nowadays with hyperactive kids running and shouting all die time. I have had my drink knocked out of my hands a couple ot time by these kids.

Could you raise this matter at the next Committee Meeting? I am not against parents bringing their kids to the dub. The least they could do is to restrict the children to the areas set aside for them.

Yours sincerely,

Notice to Club Members.

(Club Letterhead)

(date]

To All members,

According to Rule 13, children under 12 are not allotted into the bar and lounge. Signs indicating this are prominently dis­played at the door and in the room itself.

I would appreciate it if you abide by this rule.

(Name)

Secretary