Letters of Inquiry

October 30, 2010 at 5:53 pm (Uncategorized)

A letter of inquiry asks someone for specific information. In some cases, such as a request for promotional material, the recipient will have a clear interest in responding to your letter. In other cases, such as a request for specific information on a product, the recipient may or may not be as motivated to respond quickly. Consequently, always make the tone of the letter friendly and make it easy for the recipient to identify and provide the information you need.

example:
PT. Davengine, Tbk
Jl. Asal-asalan No. 999 Bogor
Phone. (0251) 66778899; Fax. (0251) 66677788

October 10, 2009

PT. American Muscle
Jln. Bodo Amat Jakarta Pusat
Indonesia

Dear Sirs,

Mr.Diki Bulin, the chief of PT. American Muscle, car dealer inform us that you are providing types of american car like Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro.

We are an dealer distributor and believe there is a promising marketing our area for deciberately priced goods of this kinds.

Please let us have details of your types of car we have request and pricelist.

Please give us catalogue and sample of your product ,including color, types and prices. your terms of payment and discount allowed on purchases of quantities of not less than 5 of unit Mustang cars .

Your prompt reply would be appreciated.

Yours faithfully,
PT. Davengine, Tbk

David Nathanael
Marketing Manager

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