Could you please write a formal letter for me
-thanks for accepting one of the faculty in the forum(named Nor Ratna Masrom)
- Nor Ratna brought the bank draft (usd 100) as needed in the broucher and email gave to her.
- unfortunely the accountant didn't accept the bank draft and she needed her to pay by transferred payment in the account
-she brought back the bank draft and we need a formal letter with their letter head saying that the payment should be in transferred money through bank account.
-we also have to bare the lost due to currency exchanged and the fees.
-we already email few times to person in-charged but no reply
-we already called few times with the phone number in the email and web site but the number is not service anymore.
-we need it as soon as possible
ratna,

Please .

We don't provide letter writing services. We do, however, assist with structure and grammar. Soif you are willing to write a draft letter, we can help you improve it.

Thank you.

MountainHiker
Director
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Dear Sir,

REGISTRATION PAYMENT

We want to thank you for accepting one of our faculty members to attend the Forum #####
on September 2004.

2. As you mention in the email and brochure, we issued a USD100 bank draft as a registration payment. Unfortunately, your accountant did not accept it and asked us to transfer money through the account.

3. To fulfill the request, we need a formal letter from you saying that we need to transfer money to the account number to the person named ####.

4. This is because the bank draft was already issued and we have to pay for the lost due to currency exchanged and the account number is a personnel account.

5. We already email few times to the person-in-charged and made few calls with the number given. Again there was no replied and the number is out of coverage.

6. Hope, you will email to ratna@###.com and c.c to azizd@###.com or send / fax letter to the above address as soon as possible.

Thank you.
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Hi,

It looks good to me with a few comments.

1) You are missing number 1. You have numbers 2 through 6.

2) Dear Sir should be followed by a colon. Dear Sir:

3) Make sure you provide your fax number.

Having a letter with six points is a bit unsual. But that is okay. Given that you are dealing with money and confusion, sometimes having explicit clarity is a good thing.

Good luck.

MountainHiker
Can somebody please help me out with this:
I want to apply for a job,and I managed to write a letter,except for the end of my letter,where I want to ask some questions about the job,and if there are,let's say,three or four questions I'd like to ask,how would I begin each of them?For example,first one would begin with:I would be interested to know...(I know I have to use indirect speach),I would like to know...,and what else would be acceptable when asking questions?
Thank you in advance
I would save your questions for the interview.
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