Resume Cover Letters » Sample Letters » Formal Letters
Select your alignment: left aligned or justified on both sides. Leave out two lines and type the recipient's full name, business title and address, aligned at the left margin. Go before the name with Mr., Ms. or Dr. as appropriate. Skip two to four lines and follow with your greeting, again using the formal name and closing with a colon. Skip two more lines and begin your letter. Introduce yourself in the first paragraph, if the recipient does not already know you. Continue with the body of the letter, stating your main purpose for writing. This may be to lodge a complaint, compliment the business on its products or services, or request information. Be as brief and concise as possible.
Skip two lines and concludes the letter with 'Sincerely,' 'Thank you' or 'Best wishes,' followed by a comma. Leave at least four blank lines for your signature, and then type your name and title. Sign the letter in ink in the space created.
Formal Letter Format
Dear (Recipient's Name)
I have been the customer of (name of business) for (time period) and I have normally enjoyed my experience. However, in recent times (position and name of employee) has been offensive (describe the behavior of the employee).
This behavior was not expected and I can guarantee you that more like it will surely be basis for me to go somewhere else. I would like (mention the action you wish should be taken).
Earlier than taking any action, I thought you should know about it. If you have any doubts, you can get in touch with me on (mention phone number).
Below we have provided sample formal letters for your review:
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