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REMITTANCE

LETTER
By: ARVIN LLOYD ORTIZ
An appreciable part of routine business letters concerns remittances. A remittance letter
Should be brief, accurate, and straightforward. It takes the amount sent of received.

The paragraph contents of this letter incorporate the following:

1. The form of remittance is determined usually by the sum


involved, the distance between the sender and the
recipient and the cost and convenience of the method
selected.

Purchasers use remittance letters in the following situations:

1. When they deposit to their account money against which


they will later draw charged merchandise

2. When they make a partial or full payment for


merchandise purchased.

3. When they take note of discounts which can be taken at


wrong sale or after the discount period has elapsed.
Sellers use remittance letters in the following situations:

1. When they take a note of errors in billing and in payment


2. When they acknowledge a partial or full payment

Remittances are usually made in the following forms:


1. Certified check
2. Personal check
3. money order
4. bank draft
5. Telegraph
A remittance letter making a partial and full payment for goods ordered.

Gentlemen,

We enclosed our check for P8,750 in payment of your


invoice No. 3782 for July 30 which covers our purchase of 1
unit of Condura Refrigerator.

Sincerely yours,
A remittance letter making payment on the service rendered.

Dear Mr. Mallimutin:

We enclosed our check for P15,150.00 which covers the payment


of your legal services of the first three months of this year.

We are pleased to tell you that we enjoyed working with you


and that we look forward to the benefit of your advice for a
long time.

Sincerely yours,
A remittance letter acknowledging payment.

Dear Mr. Mallimutin:

We received your check (P8,340.) for payment of your invoice


No. 3782 which covers your purchases of grocery items from
August to October

We have charged it to your account.

Sincerely yours,
KAMSAMNIDA!