Showing posts with label decline. Show all posts
Showing posts with label decline. Show all posts

Saturday, August 17, 2019

Refusing Claim When Buyer is To Blame

How to write a letter refusing claim when  buyer is to blame
refusing claim when a buyer is to blame

The letter below is a polite way of saying no to an adjustment request. It thanks the customer for bringing the problem to the company's attention, shows an understanding and grasp of the customer's problem, but at the same time, explains the company's side of the story.

Dear...,

Thank you for writing to me about the wallpaper which was delivered to you last week.

We appreciate your honesty in describing your predicament, but at the same time, we're sure that you can appreciate the difficulties we have had to satisfy your decorator's specifications.

Since the wallpaper we sent you is a special design that was made to your decorator's specifications, we are unable to return it to our regular inventory. Unfortunately, we cannot honor your request.

Perhaps your decorator can suggest another use for this specially designed wallpaper, or maybe even another one of his clients may be able to use it.

Thanks again for giving us this opportunity to explain the situation.

Sincerely,
Your name

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Sample Business letter Saying No To A Sales Representative


saying no to a sales representative
sample business letter saying no to a sales representative

Sample business letter for saying no to a sales representative is a sample letter that firm but polite"rejection", and very useful when you are not interested now but maybe in the future. It saves you from the possible intrusion of follow-up calls and letters from the salesperson in the following weeks but also lets the salesperson know you would like him to contact you again a few months later. The approach will foster a good relationship between your firms, a benefit when you finally are ready to buy.


Dear.....,


Thank you for your excellent presentation the other day. It was certainly most entertaining and you answered my questions most professionally.

Unfortunately, after going over the figures and calculations with my treasurer, the bottom line is that we just can't substantiate such an outlay of cash at this time. We really want to conserve our cash over the next few months and we might be interested in talking to you again in the near future.

But I'm afraid we'll have to say "no thanks" for the time being.

Again, thanks for your time and efforts.

Sincerely,
Your name

Monday, February 4, 2019

Sample Business Letter for Saying No to Job Applicant

how to reply with proper writing to saying no to job applicant
free sample business letter for saying no to the job applicant


Sample business letter for saying no to a job applicant is a tactful and very polite "No" letter to a job applicant for almost any type of job opening. It's very clear and give you a professional impression without hurting the applicant feeling.


Here free sample business letter for saying no to the job applicant,


"Dear.....,






Thank you for taking the time to send me your resume, I was most impressed with the caliber and quality of your of your writing experience.



Unfortunately, I must report that we have filled the opening we advertised in the XXX Newspaper. It was a most difficult task to select the right person.

Thanks again for your interest. Should any new developments occur, we'll keep your resume on file.


Sincerely,
Your name"


Word File this sample business letter format available here.

Sunday, February 3, 2019

Sample Business Letter How to Decline Freelancer

sample business letter
how to decline freelancer


Sample letter to decline freelancer is a typical Rejection/Decline Letter, especially in the face of a dragging economy, to answer freelance writers' inquiries about freelance work. A polite and to the point letter that does the job.

Here free sample business letter format to decline freelancer,



Dear.....,


I'm afraid I must inform you that the ABC Institute now writes almost all of its copy internally and our need for freelance writers has greatly diminished.


We have informed Writer's Market of our intentions to cease using outside writers, and we're sorry to have caused you any inconvenience.



With best regards,

Your name


Word File this sample business letter format available here.

Saturday, February 2, 2019

Sample Business Letter for Declining an Invitation


sample business letter to declining an invitation
sample business letter to declining an invitation
This business letter example to decline an invitation is a polite and cordial response to a business-related invitation. If you are free but want to decline, don't give a false excuse that could be discovered. Simply say you have a previous engagement.


Dear.....,




Thank you for the invitation to the ...... Association banquet on June 23.



I'm afraid I'll be out of town on business that week so I won't be able to attend.



Thanks again for thinking of me, and I hope the evening is a great success.




Sincerely,

Your name



Word File this sample business letter format available here.