Business Letters with Enclosures
Enclosures — Any enclosure, whether of money, printed matter or samples of merchandise, should be mentioned in the body of the letter and "Enc." should be written at the lower left-hand corner of the letter if one enclosure is to be made. If more than one, "Enc." go with a figure indicating the number of enclosures as, 'Enc. 2."
If the enclosure is a remittance, the letter should state the exact amount, the form in which it is sent — check, draft or money order and how it is to be applied. The reason for giving the details is that a wrong enclosure or an error in the amount may be detected and corrected at once.
Enclosures such as checks, drafts, invoices, receipted bills, etc., should be laid upon the face of the letter with the top and left-hand edge even with the corresponding edges of the letter, fastened with a paper clip and folded with the letter.
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