How to write your own Decline of Business Credit Letter
You can create your own customized editable version of this contract document using Contractors Contract Pack. Follow these steps to get started.
The Decline of Business Credit Letter is sent to a customer to inform them that their credit with your company was declined.
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Writing the Decline of Business Credit Letter document
This letter is to notify you that your application for business credit has been declined. If your financial circumstances change in the future, please do not hesitate to reapply.
If your application information has changed since the time of the application or if you feel we have reached this decision in error, please contact us at:
City, State Postal Code
cc: Accounting / Finance
The complete Decline of Business Credit Letter - with the actual formatting and layout - is available in this Contract Pack.
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Ian Lauder has been helping businesses write their proposals and contracts for two decades. Ian is the Owner and Founder of Proposal Kit, one of the original sources of business proposal and contract software products started in 1997.
By Ian Lauder
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