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Please help me in writing a letter to my prev company asking them to provide me with my relieving letter and the experience letter.
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Thank you for the draft request for relieving letter. Here's an improvised version of the same.
Dear Sir / Madam
Sub:- Requesting issue of Relieving-Letter.
This is with reference to my resignation from (XYZ) company, as on DD/MM/YY, I request you to kindly issue me the relieving-letter on the same. My tenure with XYZ has been from Date to Date. During my stay at XYZ, I was fortunate to have had the experience of working along my colleagues and seniors, who brings in vast professional knowledge and experience to the company, as I have learnt immensely. Due to personal reason, I am having to move ahead, and hence this decision of resignation.
Request you to kindly issue me the experience certificate / Resignation - Letter, which will facilitate in smoothing the transition process.
Thank you once again for providing a chance to work with XYZ and will be forever grateful for the wonderful experiences I had here.
I will be available on my phone : +91-########## and email : username@domain for any reference or communication.
Anonymous:Thanks a lot..
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