How Do I Write a Letter Stating How Much Rent I Pay ETC?

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In my experience, when writing a letter stating how much rent you pay, you address the letter, To Whom is may concern. In the body of the letter state, that I ( your name) pay ( whatever you pay) each month, on the 1st of each month to my landlord, ( state landlords name). Then sign the letter Sincerely and your name.
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