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What should be in a letter to a bank or car dealer etc to get their repossession business?

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2016-09-04 20:31:47
2016-09-04 20:31:47

Before you write a letter (letters) do some research. Find out who is in charge of contracting vendors, who has the authority to sign a contract with a vendor. Use this information for the attention line and the inside address of the letter.

If you are sending to a number of companies, the greeting should include the name of the person named in the attention, rather than "Dear Sir/Madam".

The content should start with a sentence stating the purpose of the letter. The body should simply state your qualifications (training and certifications), experience, and references if you've worked for other dealers or financial institutions. Conclude with your contact information (how they can reach you, phone #, email address, etc.) and thanking them for their time.

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