An Example of A Good First Collection Letter



An Example of A Good First Collection Letter :




An example of a good first collection letter written by the correspondent of a commercial house to a customer who has fallen behind. Not how the selling talk introduced gives the letter a cordial, courteous tone that impresses the customer with his obligation and at the same time lays a basis for more business. This letter should be typed in the official letter-head of the company.

The Company's Name

Door Number and Street's Name,
Area Name,
City.
Postal Code : XXXXXX
Phone Number : 0000 - 123456789


TO :

The Receiver's Name,
Door Number and Street's Name,
Area Name,
City.
Postal Code : XXXXXXX


Date :


Reference :


Dear Mr. Green,


You have been so busy making your preparations for the Holiday trade, that you have doubtless overlooked the fact that your Account with us is somewhat overdue. You have settled your bills promptly in the past and we feel confident that this reminder will meet with an equally prompt remittance in this instance.


How is the Venetian Toilet Soap selling? Many of our Customers are finding this one of the best money-makers they have handled, not only because of its real merit, but because of the extensive advertising campaign which the manufacturers are carrying on. As you know, we can give you an unusually good profit on this soap and it should pay you well to push it during the Holiday season. If you can use another gross of boxes we can Ship them on the day ordered.


With best wished for a good season,


Very truly yours,


Speer - Hammond & Co.


(The Sender's Signature)


The Sender's Name


Enc. :







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