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Specimen of Letters are the subject of this ppt.

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    SPECIMEN OF LETTERS DEEPALI GROVER
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    ENQUIRY LETTER
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    Dear Sir We are leading construction contractors and dealers in construction materials in this area. The demand for brass fittings is steadily increasing in this part and we have a larger number of enquiries and orders for them. Kindly send us your catalogue and price list for wholesale purchases. Since our annual requirements in metal fittings of all kinds are large, we would like to place regular orders with you. Hence, please quote your most favourable prices and terms.
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    REPLY -ro THE ENQUIRY
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    Dear Sir We thank you for your enquiry of 29 Jan and are glad to know that you are interested in our products. You will be happy to know that Aligarh Brass Fittings items are approved by the ISI. Using our fittings will give you the satisfaction that you are using the finest fittings now available in the market and are getting the maximum value of your money. The enclosed catalogue will give you all the necessary details about the handles, hinges, door knobs, etc. that you might be needing. You will find our prices—F.O.R any place in India—very competitive. In view of the large business promised, you will also get a special trade discount of 5 percent on all orders and an additional 5 percent on all orders exceeding Rs. 25000. We assure you of our best services.
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    PLACING ORDERS
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    Dear Sir Thank you for your catalogue and price list. We are glad to place our first order with you for the following items. SERIAL NO. PRODUCT NO. DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT PRICE AMOUNT Since we require the above items to replenish our exhausted stock, we request you kindly dispatch them by passenger train, carriage forward to New Delhi. We shall arrange for taking delivery of the goods at our end. The R/R and the invoice, at 7% discount may please sent through Oriental Bank Ltd. New Delhi.
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    FULFILLING ORDERS
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    Dear Sir We are pleased to inform you that your order of 7th Jan has been promptly fulfilled. The cosmetic items ordered by you have been dispatched and you should be getting them in about ten days from today. If you wish to have any further information please contact us at once. We shall be really happy to serve you in whatever way we can.
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    DEALING WITH INCOMPLETE ORDERS
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    Dear Sir Ref: Your order No....of 7 Jan, 2010 I am sorry to inform you that we have been unable to process this order and I am returning it to you for your attention. There has recently been, on demand, an upgrade in the quality of item No. 4, Product No. 5342, now named "Bright Look Gel". This upgrade product is now available at the increased price of Rs. 175 per item. The original item is no longer available. Prices of our products and specifications are constantly changing and these are not always reflected in our advertisements, which are prepared some months before they appear in the press. We consider the new product to be well worth extra money. Please let us know if you wish to proceed with the order at the new price. If you would like more information , do please call us. We look forward to hearing from you.
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    REPLY TO COMPLAINTS
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    Dear Sir We must first of all thank for prompt delivery of the books we had ordered only last week on telephone. For the last so many years of our contact we have been highly satisfied with your prompt and courteous service. Today, unfortunately, on opening the carton we found three sets of " Contemporary English", part l, Il and Ill incomplete. The last chapter of each of these books is missing. We are convinced it is not your fault. May be at some stage the books were not properly checked. Anyway, we request you to kindly replace them immediately so that we could send them to the text—book section where they are urgently needed.
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    COLLECTION LETTERS
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    1. 2 3. TYPES OFCOLLECTION LETTERS WILL PAY REMINDER: The supplier sends the customer the reminder of the no. and the date of the order, thinking he would surely pay. SHOULD PAY: Persuasive reminder, should pay stage. MUST PAY: Customer to be given the last chance of paying the dues.
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    Dear Mr. Jain This is just a friendly reminder that your account with us now is two months past due. Perhaps you have overlooked it. We genuinely appreciate your business and look forward to serving you better in future.
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    Dear Mr. Jain May I share a secret with you, something that probably you are not aware of? You will indeed be proud to learn that we have some excellent reports about you in our files. According to these reports you are a man of your word and always prompt in making payments by the due date. It has indeed been a pleasure dealing with you for the last six years. Now we are concerned to see that your account has fallen into the delinquent group. A person of your reputation will certainly not like to have it this way. So, why not salvage the situation by immediately mailing a cheque for Rs now 90 days past due on invoice no We are convinced you will not waste a single day in mailing your cheque in the enclosed self—addressed envelope.
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    Dear Mr. Jain We deeply regret having to say that your account has been handed over to our lawyers for legal action but you have left us with no alternative. All our efforts to receive a cheque from you against your account of Rs. overdue have failed. Our chief Accountant had already asked the lawyers to move the matter to the court. But I have specially requested them to wait till So you have six more days to help retain your credit with us. Please send the cheque by return post and save yourself the cost and consequences of legal proceedings.
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    SALES LETTER
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    CHARACTERISTICS OF SALES LETTER a) b) c) d) e) LENGTHY DISCOURSE FOCUS ON A PARTICULAR CLASS SPECIALIZED INFORMATION ARRESTING OPENING EMOTIONAL VS RATIONAL APPROACH a) b) c) d) e) f) HIGHLY CONVERSATIONAL STYLE YOU—ATTITUDE URGING ACTION POSTSCRIPT PROMISE OF CONTINUED CONTACT HIGHLIGHTING IMPORTANT PARTS OF THE MESSAGE
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