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Thank you for your payment letter sample

Updated on July 15, 2011

Thank you letters can be daunting to write for some people. But they are not difficult to write as long as you focus on writing down what it is that you are thanking the person or business for. This 'thank you for your payment letter sample' is a typical letter that many businesses write to their customers to acknowledge receipt of payments. Note how straight forward and brief it is.

Basically, you just tell the reader what you are thanking them for and remind them of their commitments, if any. You then just end the letter by expressing your desire to continue the business relationship. You'll notice that personal thank you letters are quite different from this sample in terms of the content of the letter and the format.

For additional sample letters to do with payments and credit visit the credit letters website. Alternatively you can learn to write effective letters here.

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Sample Thank You Letter for Payments Received

Mr Season Welsh
24 Richards Avenue
Hillsdale
IL 67399


Dear Mr Welsh,

Thank you for your recent payment of $340. We credited your account on July 27 and have reinstated your credit line. Please ignore our letter of October 16, denying you further credit purchases. To help us avoid such steps in the future, please be sure to make your payment by the 16th of every month. In order to maintain a line of credit, customers need to make their monthly payments by the date shown on each billing.

We greatly appreciate your patronage and look forward to serving you in the future. If you have any further questions, please call us. We are open from Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Yours Sincerely,

Signature/ Signed

Tod Skegness
Accounts Department

Thank you for your payment letter sample
Thank you for your payment letter sample

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