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    Letter of Thanks to Client for Sending Calander

    Hi:

    I am working as head of Credit Risk in a bank. One of our clients has sent me a lovely new year calendar and i want to thank him by writing a brief letter of thanks but i am struggling to write this letter.

    Appreciate your urgent help / ideas /suggestion in the matter.

    Regards

    Polmoso

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    Re: Letter of Thanks to Client for Sending Calander

    Post what you want to see here and people will comment on it.

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    Re: Letter of Thanks to Client for Sending Calander

    i have drafted the following contents for the letter but it looks quite basic and more like an email reply, Appreciate if someone can help me to make it a bit formal.


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    Dear Akash:

    Thank you for the beautiful calendar. The calendar is not only aesthetically pleasing, but there is a beautiful concept behind it as well.

    We hope that this New Year further strengthens the bond of mutual trust and respect that we have for one another.

    Thanking you once again and assuring you of our best services at all times.

    Regards

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    Re: Letter of Thanks to Client for Sending Calander

    Quote Originally Posted by polmoso View Post
    i have drafted the following contents for the letter but it looks quite basic and more like an email reply, Appreciate if someone can help me to make it a bit formal.


    ====================
    Dear Akash:

    Thank you for the beautiful calendar. The calendar is not only aesthetically pleasing, but there is a beautiful concept behind it as well.

    We hope that this New Year further strengthens the bond of mutual trust and respect that we have for one another.

    Thanking you once again and assuring you of our best services at all times.

    Regards

    ================
    This is OK. For me, it is culturally a bit excessive- we wouldn't be so grateful for a calendar, but what you have written is fine. I think it is already formal.

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    Re: Letter of Thanks to Client for Sending Calander

    Quote Originally Posted by polmoso View Post
    Hi.

    I am working as the head of Credit Risk in a bank. One of our clients has sent me a lovely New Year calendar and I want to thank him by writing a brief letter of thanks but I am struggling to write this letter.

    I would appreciate your urgent help/ideas/suggestion​s. in the matter.

    Regards.

    Polmoso
    Quote Originally Posted by polmoso View Post
    I have drafted the following contents for the letter but it looks quite basic and more like an email reply. I would appreciate it if someone can could help me to make it a bit formal.
    Note my corrections above.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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