How to write your own Customer Notice of Corrective Action

You can create your own customized editable version of this contract document using IT/Software/Hardware Contract Pack. Follow these steps to get started.

The Notice of Corrective Action letter is sent to a client after you have sent them the first, second and final notice of overdue account letters. This letter is used to inform the customer that they are being sent to collections unless they immediately take corrective action.
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Customer Notice of Corrective Action

Writing the Customer Notice of Corrective Action document

Current Date

Company Name

City, State Postal Code

To: First Last, Contract Job Title. Re: Notice of Corrective Action. This notice is to inform you of the corrective action that must take place immediately.

Company Name has sent Company Name multiple overdue notices. Company Name will be sending your account to collections unless corrective action is taken. Reason for Corrective Action: Please select one or more reasons.

Account Overdue Late Payment Expired Payment Method. Missing Account Information Policy Violation Rejected Payment Method.

Other (Explanation)

Notes or Description concerning the problem:

Insert description here

Company Expectations:

Insert expected action to occur. Include the period of time in which this should occur. It is our intention in writing this letter that it will have a positive result on your continued business with us. It is the Company's hope that we can bring a positive resolution to this matter as quickly as possible.

If you would like further clarification of this or any Company policy, please contact me directly.

First Last

cc: Accounting Manager

Department Manager

Customer File

The complete Customer Notice of Corrective Action - with the actual formatting and layout - is available in this Contract Pack.
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