Credit offer letter samples and examples
Letter offering credit – sample 1
DWIGHT & DAVIS
89 PARK STREET
ALBANY, N. Y.
October 9, 1922.
Mrs. Herbert Reid,
1400 Fourth Avenue,
Albany, N. Y.
Whenever you wish to come in and purchase without cash, it will be a great pleasure to us to open a
charge account with you.
We have made a record here in the store so that whenever you call it will have been arranged for
you to purchase whatever you want.
We think you will approve of the character of service and the quality of merchandise. We wish to
win not only your patronage, but your friendship for our store.
Every up-to-date woman realizes the many benefits, the conveniences, and even prestige she enjoys
through having a charge account at a dependable store.
A store, in turn, is judged by its charge accounts—it is rated by the women who have accounts
And so, because of your standing in the community, if you avail yourself of our invitation to do
your buying here, you are reflecting credit both on yourself and on us.
We hope you will decide to let us serve you—all our facilities are completely at your service.
We should like you to feel that our store is especially adapted to your needs.
Yours very truly,
(Handwritten) C. Dale,
Dwight & Davis.
Letter offering credit following an order/purchase– sample 2
SUMMIT BOX COMPANY
KANSAS CITY, MO.
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November 13, 1923.
George Harrow & Co.,
29 Fifth Street,
Kansas City, Mo.
We want to thank you for your order of November 10th, with your check enclosed in full payment.
We appreciate the business you have been giving us. The thought has frequently occurred to us that
you may desire the advantages of an open account with us. We believe that such an arrangement
will make transactions more convenient. We therefore have the pleasure of notifying you that we
have noted your account for our regular credit terms of 2% 10 net 30, up to a limit of $500.
We hope that both your