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    How can "I request someone to pay in a formal" language in a letter?

    "This letter is a request from you to kindly pay 500 USD for 2 months working to Ms. alicia jhakson who works as Website Translator for the Project."

    I just want the formal form of the above sentence to put it in a short letter. maybe the sentence above is totally wrong. I don't know.I'm not native.
    anyways I would highly appreciate it if you could do it for me .
    thank you in advance

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    Re: How can "I request someone to pay in a formal" language in a letter?

    Quote Originally Posted by xerxespunk View Post
    "This letter is a request from you to kindly pay 500 USD for 2 months working to Ms. alicia jhakson who works as Website Translator for the Project."

    I just want the formal form of the above sentence to put it in a short letter. Maybe the sentence above is totally wrong. I don't know. I'm not a native English speaker.
    anyways Anyway, I would highly appreciate it if you could do it for me.
    Thank you in advance.
    Dear Sir/Madam (or name of person)

    Please pay Ms Alicia Jackson $500US for her two months' work as a Website Translator on [name of project].

    Yours

    [Your name]


    Note my other corrections to your post above. Concentrate on capitalisation.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: How can "I request someone to pay in a formal" language in a letter?

    "This letter is a request from you to kindly pay 500 USD for 2 months working to Ms. alicia jhakson who works as Website Translator for the Project."

    You have provided the services of Alicia Jhakson to work as a website translator for your client, for which you are charging for the services. I thought the proper thing to do is for your Accounts department to issue an invoice for the services rendered and not a letter.

    not a teacher


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