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Refusing a request for reference

refusal of request for a reference

It is common to be asked for a reference for previous employees or sometimes people we know on a personal basis. Usually we are happy to provide this for the person concerned, however there may be times when you are reluctant to give one. There can be many reasons for this, perhaps the employee left […]

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Invitation to Quote for Services

If you are a local authority or charity you will be required to invite quotes for services to prove best value has been chosen. Even businesses may want to invite quotes for services if there are several companies that could equally provide them. By doing this you can ensure you get the best possible quote […]

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Welcoming New Client

Date Name of recipient Title Name of Company Address   Dear Sir/Madam (Recipient name): We would like to thank you for selecting (Name of the company) for your (type of business) needs. We are proud to say that you will be satisfied with the services we offer. We are confident that our services will completely […]

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Sample Request for Items Missing from Carton

There is nothing more frustrating than waiting for goods to arrive only to find that some items are missing from your order. This is almost certainly a mistake by the person picking and packing the order – these things happen. However it’s a good idea to get in touch with the company concerned as soon […]

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Sample Request for Attendance at a Meeting

When you call a meeting at work you are entitled to require any member of staff to attend it at a time to suit you (within working hours). A simple email request or adding it to their Outlook calendar is good enough. However, if you want to invite someone who isn’t an employee but will […]

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Request for Price Quote

Request for price quote

Here are two examples of letters asking other companies to supply goods to you for the best price possible. TIP: It makes a better impression if you can find the name of the manager of the sales team and address them by that name in the letter/email.   Letter requesting price quote sample 1   […]

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