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      yahiasyria
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    As matter of fact AAMOF
    Talk to you later TTYL
    Bye for now BFN
    Face to face F2F
    By the way BTW
    In any case IAC
    See you later CUL
    Thanks TNX
    Yes, I understand YIU
    On the other hand OTOH

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      yahiasyria
    Fri, 21 Dec 2007 06 PM:52:39
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    you claim that you didn't receive my check .
    thank you for letting me know that the letter didn't arrive






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  4. #4
      yahiasyria
    Fri, 21 Dec 2007 06 PM:52:39
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    I have the honor to inform you that...


    The object of the present letter is to bring to your notice that

    I forward invoice for the goods ordered by you in your letter of


    We receive to-day the goods as per your invoice of






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      yahiasyria
    Fri, 21 Dec 2007 06 PM:52:39
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    [COLOR="Red"] Letter of Undertaking


    Dear Sirs (Bank), Will you please sign a letter of Undertaking in the following terms: To .....Dear Sir, At the request of Mr. ... we hereby undertake to hold at your disposal the sum of L.E. ... in connection with.... We agree to pay to you this amount on your first demand, notwithstanding any contestation form the above-named. This undertaking is valid up to ... after which date and in the absence of notice of any claim hereunder given (by the said Administration) to and received by the Bank on or before that date this undertaking will be null and void. It is understood that we shall remain entirely responsible to you and hereby indemnify you against all consequences whatsoever direct or indirect resulting from the emission of your Letter of Undertaking and will pay to you on your first demand (or you may debit us in account with you should our account so permit) all amounts (including interest) which may at any time be paid by you under you Letter of Undertaking and the amount of any disbursements which may be made or any expenses which may be incurred by you at any time in connection therewith. You shall be under no obligation to advise us in advance or previously obtain our consent before making any such payments or disbursements as aforesaid and we hereby irrevocably renounce any right to question or oppose the making by you of any such payments or disbursements either before they are made, at the time of payment or subsequent thereto. We authorize you to place immediately a block upon our account for an amount equal to that of the Letter of Undertaking which you have issued at our request, and in addition you will have the right at any time and without further advice to debit our account with all payments which you may make in connection with your Letter of Undertaking and if for any cause whatever you should think fit to do so debit our account with the full amount of your Letter of Undertaking now or at any time prior to its return to you or cancellation to your satisfaction and to hold such amount as security to cover our liability to you in connection with your Letter of Undertaking until our liability actual or contingent to you in respect thereof is cancelled to your satisfaction. Your are further hereby authorized to debit our account immediately with your commission of ...% on the full amount thereof such commission to cover the period

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  7. #7
      yahiasyria
    Fri, 21 Dec 2007 06 PM:52:39
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    Granting credit



    We are pleased to welcome you as a charge customer. Your name is now on our books, and you may feel free to order merchandise at any time.

    . . .


    We are happy to tell you that our check of the references you named in your application for a charge account was completely satisfactory.


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    We thank you for sending us your financial statement promptly. We have been thereby enabled to fill your order at once, since the information in the statement was entirely satisfactory.


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    Refusing credit


    On the basis of your financial statement and other information received from you, we regret to say that we must defer granting you a line of credit at this time.
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    Our judgment is based mainly on your present limited capital, and the short time you have had to establish your business.

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      yahiasyria
    Fri, 21 Dec 2007 06 PM:52:39
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    60 ... . .



    We have taken the liberty of drawing on you this day, at sixty days from sight, for the L.E ... which you owe us, and do not doubt that you will be kind enough to accept our draft.




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    In reply to your letter of... you may draw on us at sight for the amount of your account, and we shall have pleasure in promptly honoring
    your signature on presentation.




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    To our great surprise, a bill drawn by you on us for the goods consigned on ... was presented to-day for acceptance. We naturally refused to take up the bill.


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    We distinctly requested you to forward the goods on consignment, and therefore gave you no authority to draw upon us.

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    We think it a most unwarrantable proceeding to draw upon us without advising us.

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    We are certainly at a loss to understand your action in drawing this bill on us, and can only conclude that it is an error.

    ... ... . .



    Your draft of the... value L.E. ... has been presented and honoured, although no advice of the drawing of it had been received from you. We must ask you in future to be careful that all such drafts are duly advised, as, if this is not done, we cannot take up the drafts.






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    I am extremely sorry to inform you that it will be impossible to me to meet the bill when it falls due on ...


    ... ... .



    We enclose a cheque for L.E. ... and ask you not to put into circulation our acceptance for L.E. ... as we have not sufficient time for getting together the whole amount.

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    One of our customers having postponed payment of this account until the end of the month, we are placed in the unpleasant position of not being able to meet our liabilities this month.







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