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Payment Reminder Letter?

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A payment reminder letter should serve as a polite way to remind your clients that payment is due on a product or service. At this stage, no mention of legal proceedings should be mentioned. Also include a date that the payment is due.
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A payment reminder letter is sent to a customer that has not paid on a purchase that they have made based on the bill of the product. The letter is used to remind the customer of the bill and is used by the business as a way to keep track of payments that have not been made. The letter is used in every type of business that sells any type of product or service. There are templates that can help you to create your own payment reminder letter for your business.
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