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    Beth Fodrowski

    Inside addresses: How to address more than 3 recipients @ same address? Do you list the same address each time?

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    Re: Beth Fodrowski

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    Inside addresses: How to address more than 3 recipients @ same address? Do you list the same address each time?
    At the top of the letter, or on an envelope, I would put:

    Mr J Janes
    Ms S Smith
    Mr P Roberts
    12, High Street
    London
    NW1 4PQ

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    Re: Beth Fodrowski

    Unlike email, I would say people prefer to receive letters that are addressed to them personally. Is there any reason you can't write 3 letters and in each one let the recipient know you've sent the other 2 a copy - I would do this by simply writing, 1 or 2 paragraph spaces below my signature, possibly in bold: '(A copy of this letter has been sent to Mr X and to Mrs Y.)'.

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