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Guest:how do you end a letter that starts to whomever it may concern? does it go into the same catagory as sir/madam (which i think ends in faithfully)?
Incidentally, we usually head the letter: 'To Whom it May Concern', rather than 'whomever'.
Anonymous:You could end it with, for example:
or you could just say:
I have never ended a letter of resignaion or similar letter with "faithfully", for it may be taken the wrong way.
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