Business Communication - Comment on the Appropriateness of the Sender’s Tone to a Customer
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CASE I: A Reply Sent to an Erring Customer
Your letter of the 23rd, with a cheque for Rs. 25,000/- on account, is to hand.
We note what you say as to the difficulty you experience in collecting your outstanding accounts, but we are compelled to remark that we do not think you are treating us with the consideration we have a right to expect.
It is true that small remittances have been forwarded from time to time, but the debit balance against you has been steadily increasing during the past twelve months until it now …show more content…
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