A promotion request letter is written by an employee of a company who believes he or she has earned the right to a higher position in the company. Many companies look to their own employees to fill vacancies, so if an employee feels they are the right candidate, they need to make their wishes known to the appropriate people within the company.
The amount a person pays for housing should usually be about a quarter of their total income. While this is not a hard and fast rule, it helps many people make budgets and plan their lifestyle accordingly. However, even with the best-laid plans, some people find that they are paying much more for rent than they can afford, and do not have enough of their income left over for other necessities. In this situation, consumers can request their landlord to reduce the rent. In order for this to be successful, here are a few tips for writing a rent reduction request letter.
To draft this type of letter, start with the basics. Give the credit card number you wish to increase the limit on. Ask for a specific amount of increase. If you have a $500 card, you may want to go up to $1,000.
Here is a sample letter for change of name after marriage on a credit card. The letter should be sent by certified mail, so the consumer has proof of the date the letter was sent and received. A copy of all correspondence should be kept by the consumer.
Here is a sample leave of absence due to operation letter. Certified mail should be used to send the letter in order for the employee to have proof that they sent the letter within the prescribed time. If there are any documents enclosed such as a letter from a doctor or medical records, only copies should be sent and never original documents.
Below is a sample scholarship reinstatement request letter. It should be written in formal, business-letter style and sent by certified mail. The sender should retain a copy.
Here is a sample salary increase request letter. It should be written in formal business-style and sent by certified mail. It should not be handwritten or sent by email.