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    helpmesir is offline Junior Member
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    Default Request for outstanding payment and inform new account detail

    I would like to write an email to our client and request him to outstanding payment and also inform them our new account.



    Hope you are doing well. Please find the attached outstanding statement and you’re requested to please arrange the outstanding payment as soon as possible.
    Moreover, this is informing you we have open a new account in Standard Chartered Bank for our healthy and smooth business transaction. We are requested you to from now send our payment in following details;
    Bank Name: Standard Chartered Bank
    A/C Name: ACB Company Ltd
    A/C No # 000000

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    Default Re: Request for outstanding payment and inform new account detail

    Hope you are doing well. Please arrange payment of the attached outstanding statement as soon as possible.
    We have opened a new account with Standard Chartered Bank; please use these details for this and all future payments:

    Bank Name: Standard Chartered Bank
    A/C Name: ACB Company Ltd
    A/C No # 000000





    Good luck!
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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