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    Bill

    I have received a exaggerated electric bill for the month of August 2010. The due date for payment is 8th September 2010.

    I would like to inform you that my whole was out of country for the whole month of August. Please check your record properly and issue me a fresh bill for lesser amount. As you know I have been paying my utilities bill in time so please send me your bill before due date to enable me to pay it in time.


    Please correct where necessary

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    Re: Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by meela View Post
    I have received a exaggerated electric bill for the month of August 2010. The due date for payment is 8th September 2010.

    I would like to inform you that my whole was out of country for the whole month of August. Please check your record properly and issue me a fresh bill for lesser amount. As you know I have been paying my utilities bill in time so please send me your bill before due date to enable me to pay it in time.


    Please correct where necessary

    I have received a exaggerated *overestimated? incorrect? excessive? electric bill for the month of August 2010. The due date for payment is 8th September 2010.

    I would like to inform you that my whole **I? my whole family? was out of the country for the whole month of August. Please check your records properly and issue me a fresh bill for the correct lesser amount.

    As you know I have been payingalways previously paid my utilities bill in timepromptly, so please send me your the new bill before the due date to enable me to pay it in time.


    *How is your bill calculated? Have they sent you an estimated bill which is simply too high? (in which case use "overestimated") or do you normally pay a fixed rate which should have been lower because the property was empty? (in which case use "incorrect").


    **Who was actually away? "my whole" doesn't mean anything without a noun of some kind; family sounds most likely but it will depend on your circumstances of course.
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    Thanks this is I want to write.

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