Collection Letter No. 17

Regarding Cash Discount

22nd Sept, 20..

Dear Sir,

This is just to remind you that you are entitled to our usual cash discount of 2% on our bill No. 110, provided you remit us the amount by 27th September. We hope you will avail of this facility as usual and shall remit us the amount before the due date for cash discount.

We thank you and assure you of our best cooperation.

Yours faithfully,

XXX.

Collections Letter No. 16

Letter from a Legal Adviser to the Party

Dated: 18th May, 20..

Dear Sir,

I am informed by my client that you have not cared to settle your accounts in spite of their several reminders. Under the circumstances I inform you that unless you settle your account in full within seven days from the date of this letter, I shall institute collection proceedings at your cost.

Yours faithfully,

XXX.

Collection Letter No. 15

Serious Threat for Payment

Dated: 13th May,20..

Dear Sir,

Your credit standing is such a valuable asset that we should dislike to see it injured by your failure to pay you long past due balance of Rs. 3500/- Not only your ability to secure more goods from us is at stake, but also your ability to secure credit from other sources whcih may come to us for a report about.

We know you will understand the seriousness of this matter and will send us your payment for full amount by return post.

Yours faithfully,

XXX.

Collection Letter No. 14

A Good Reminding for Payment

Dated: 2nd June, 20..

Dear Sir,

This is intended merely as a friendly reminder of your past due account of Rs. 2000.00 which we believe you have overlooked. Now that it has been brought to your attention, we are sure you will want to bring your account up-to-date.

If by chance your Cheque is already in the mail please dis-regard the reminder and accept our thanks.

Yours faithfully,

XXX.

Collection Letter No. 13

Remitting Payment

24th Sept, 20..

Dear Sir,

Referring to your letter of 23rd August, 10th September and 20th September, I am sorry to inform you that as I was indisposed for nearly two months. I was unable to sign any cheque and no payment could be made during this period. I am now enclosing a draft for Rs. 975/- in full and final settlement of your bill.

I regret very much this delay in settling your account and hope you will not mind it as it was beyond the circumstances of my control.

Yours faithfully,

XXX.

Collection Letter No. 12

Alternate Reply for Letter No. 10

Dated: 9th Oct, 20..

Dear Sir,

We thank you for your letter dated 5th October, and are sorry to note that you have not been able to sell much of your stock owing to a slack season. Under the circumstances, may we suggest you to please return us the unsold stock and pay us the amount for the sold stock only?

Please do not misunderstand us in any way. We are writing this to assist you, in your temporary financial difficulties and we shal be too glad to offer you our usual credit terms in the next season.

Yours faithfully,

XXX.

Collection Letter No. 11

Reply to collection Letter No. 10

9th November,20..

Dear Sir,

We thank you for your letter dated 4th October, and are sorry to note that you have not been able to sell much of your stock owing to a slack season. Under the circumstances, we have no objection in accepting your payment on 31st December. Please just sign the attached bill of exchanged and return the same to us duly accepted. The bill falls due gor maturity on 1st january, and we trust you will meet the same on the date.

Assuring you of our best cooperation always.

Yours faithfully,

XXX.

Collection Letter No. 10

Reply to Letter No. 7

4th October, 20..

Dear Sir,

We are in receipt of your letter dated 28th September demanding an immediate payment. We are sorry to inform you that the season has been too slack this time and we have hardly been able to dispose of 15% of the goods purchased by us. While we are trying our best to sell the goods at whatever little margin we can for settling your account, we request you to extent the time limit upto 31st December.

We are sure in view of our long relations and present temporary difficulties, you will comply with our request.

Yours faithfully,

XXX.

Collection Letter No. 9

Alternate for No. 8

7th October, 20..

Dear Sir,

We are sorry to find that you have not cared to sattle your account for Rs.975/- in spite of our writing you letters on 23rd August, 10th September, 20th September, and 28th September. Under the circumstances,  we are left with no alternative except to demand an immediate payment of the amount due to us.

Should you fail to settle your account by 14th October, we shall be obliged to entrust the matter to our solicitors, with instructions to take the necessary steps for recovering the amount.

We trust you will not compel us to take this unpleasant step and spoil our business relations.

Yours faithfully,

XXX.