How to Write a Letter Requesting Information?


When writing a letter of inquiry about a product or service place the address of the company you are writing to at the top of the letter or your address first if not using a company’s letterhead followed by the date. Start it formally and give a reference to where you heard or saw the product and request a brochure or catalogue. Request for any further information required and close the letter formally with a signature and your name underneath.
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