Collecting the Payment from Vendors

The following two letters are Warning letters for collecting the payment written by a food/drink company to the Institute of Technology, Mumbai, for not paying them what they owe. Searchers can use these templates according to their needs.

Collecting the Payment from Vendors

To

The CEO,

Institute Of Technology

Mumbai

Subject: Collecting the payment from vendors

Respected Sir,

My name is Raj Butt, and I am the Junior Manager of Telplus drinks. This weekend, our beverage company hosted a well-known culinary festival. Our firm just secured a deal with you to provide your vendors with a big space of around four stations. We appreciate the opportunity to work with you and ask that you complete your final payment as soon as possible.

We assigned you four stations and 35 workers/assistants from our end. In addition, we guaranteed a discount from our end. On schedule, our financial accountants got half of the down money. I now notify you that the remaining money is required by the end of this week. We would appreciate it if you could deposit it straight to our primary bank account. Also, please complete the following feedback form regarding our company’s services, and please include any problems/issues that you encountered. Because these forms are anonymous, our office will keep your company’s name private.

Yours sincerely,

Raj Butt

Manager

Tellus Drinks

Sample Collecting the Payment from Vendors

To

The HR Manager

Institute Of Technology

Mumbai

Respected Sir,

I’m writing because you failed to pay by the deadline of October 4th, 2021. Please check the attached invoice for a breakdown of the amount you owe. On the 1st of October 2021, I finished providing food booths for an event at your prestigious institution, as promised, and your institution committed to pay my invoices no later than the 2nd of October 2021. The total amount owed is presently 50000 rupees. It’s critical that I know how you intend to pay off this debt.

I have discussed this with our head office and they allowed me to give you 10 business days till the 14th of October 20201 to make payment arrangements. If I do not hear from you, I will file a small claims lawsuit against you since this will reflect poorly on us in the eyes of our employees, and we cannot pay them until you pay what you owe. I’m looking for a prompt and good answer from you, and it’s been a joy working for you. Thank you for taking the time to read this and for cooperating with us.

Yours Sincerely.

Raj Butt

Junior Manager

Tellus Drinks

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