Request for Leave
March 6th, 2010
I’m terribly sorry that I shall be unable to go to work today due to a bad cold and high fever. Enclosed is a certificate from the doctor who also said I must say in bed for a few days. I’ll go back to work as soon as I recover.
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Request for Leave
Dear Mr. Bryan,
We have sent you a copy of one of our statements. You will see that your account has been outstanding for three months and has now become delinquent.
We have written to you to three times in regard to your unpaid account, but haven’t received any reply from you. We don’t understand why you have taken no action to settle your account.
We regret to inform you that unless you check for US$ 50,000 is received by April 30, 2010, your account will be cancelled and your credit terminated.
We look forward to hearing from you ASAP.
Dear Mr. Johnson,
Account No. 8658
Our records show that we have written to you twice in regard to your unpaid account of April 15, and that no replay has been received from you.
We are writing again to remind you. Please don’t disappoint us again. If there is a special reason for the delay in payment, please give us the explanation, or please remit the payment as soon as possible. You know a slow-pay record would just ruin the good credit reputation you have built over the years.
We look forward to hearing your reply ASAP.
Dear Mr. Block,
We received payments of US$3000 on the 8th May, and US$2,000 on the 20th May respectively from you. This leaves a debit balance of US$ 1500. We would like to remind you that in your letter of the April 15, you promised to repay before the end of May.
We enclose a statement for the period ending on the 31st May. It would be appreciated if you could settle this account promptly.
Dear Mr. Moore,
Your Invoice No. 4788509 for 70,000 US dollars worth of goods supplied on September 30, 2010, is due for payment at the end of this month. But unfortunately, a fire broke out in our warehouse last Saturday and destroyed part of your valuable consignment. Our claim is now with the insurance company, but it is unlikely to be met for another four or five weeks. Now we are deep in financial difficulties and I am therefore writing for permission to defer payment of your invoice until the end of November.
As you know my account with you have always been settled promptly and it is with the utmost regret that I am now forced to make this request for an extension. I would greatly appreciate your kindness if you could grant it.
Thank you in advance. Looking forward to hearing from you soon!
Dear Mr. Grazer,
Thank you very much for your purchase of our products.
We have attached our invoice number 8977766 for US$ 5,000 for your reference.
We will appreciate it if you could pay the bill within 30 days upon receipt of the request letter, and notify us when you make the remittance.
We are writing to urge you to confirm our order for air conditioner JB 210. As reminders, enclosed are the copies e-mails exchanged recently between us.
From our e-mail of last month, you will see our order for 500 sets of DC Inverter air conditioners. We therefore enclose a copy of our order no. TA386 together with our shipping instructions.
We would appreciate if you would execute the order as speedily as possible. Any delay could lead to future problems with our clients.
Past copies of negotiation communication
Copy of order TA386
Dear Mr. Brown,
Thank you for your letter of April 15, 2010. I note that you will be in the United States from May 15 to May 30.
We are quite interested in your new products illustrated in your catalogue, and we are considering becoming the general sales agent of your products in the U. S. A.
Please let me know when you would like to call on us. The week beginning May 20 would suit me best.
I look forward to meeting you and discussing this matter.
Dear Mr. Smith,
With regard to my appointment to visit you at your office on October 15, 2010, I regret that I must ask you to change the date to October 20, 2010 due to an unexpected matter that requires my personal attention.
I’m awfully sorry for this last-minute request, but I hope you can meet me on October 20 at around 2:00 p.m. If you are not available at that time, please let me know by phone me or Email me as soon as possible.
I sincerely wish this will not cause you too much inconvenience.
Dear Mr. Brown,
I’m scheduled to visit Los Angeles at the early of April and would like very much to call on you at your office at a time that is convenient.
I will be arriving in Los Angeles on or around April 5 and staying there for ten days. It would be very much appreciated if you would kindly arrange to meet with me on April 10 or 11, whichever is convenient for you. If neither is convenient, would you please suggest an alternative date in your reply?
Thank you in advance for your kind cooperation. I’m looking forward to meeting you in Los Angeles soon!