Demand Letter for Payment

Demand Letter Samples in Business

A demand letter is usually written when someone or a company demands or claims against another party.

Demand Letter for Payment

Demand Letter for Payment
Robert Simmons
123 Main Street
Victoria Seychelles 123456
March 25, 2017
Mr. Jack Brown
679 South Street
Victoria Seychelles  123456
Dear Mr. Brown
I am writing to you to let you know that you have not repaid the money I lent you on December 15, 2016. As you know, you agreed to repay the loan by March 1, 2017.
I have called you many times to talk about this but you have not answered my calls. I also have texted you a few times but you have not responded to it either.
Because I really need the money urgently so I want you to pay the loan by April 1, 2017. If you do not pay me by the above-mentioned date, I will make a claim against you in the State Court. You might have to pay legal costs and interest as well.
Please call me at this number, 248 1234 5678, as soon as possible.
Sincerely yours,
Ralph Fernandez

Demand Letter for Damaged Goods








Simmons Co.
No. 1 Straight Road, St. Barbara, California 92345, Phone/Fax 1234567 

March 30, 2017
Mr. Danny Douglas
Total Company
679 South Street
St. Barbara, California 123456
Dear Mr. Douglas
We have received our order #12345 on time but we found out that five boxes of the clothing were not in good conditions. They were stained with dirty oil spillage.
We are pleased if one of your representative could come over to check and find the solution to this problem.
We are really looking forward to hearing from you.
Michael Maximus
Purchasing Manager

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