Address change letter to Bank
E-6 Chandragupta Marg
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi 110021
4th August 2016
Bhikaji Cama Place,
Ring Road, New Delhi -110066
Dear Pooja Talwar
Re: Information regarding Change of Address
This is to inform you that I have recently relocated to Chanakyapuri from Gurgaon. I have been transferred on behalf of my company.
I have a savings account in your bank. A/C Number – SA890028
I would request you to update this information in your records. The information provided below is regarding my change of address. This change comes to affect within 2-3 days from the date mentioned above.
480-81, UV, Phase III
Tel: +91 (11) 6340959
15/17 pocket -4
Rohini Sec 24 New Delhi 110021.
Tel: +91 (11) 46000915
If you have any query regarding the location or direction of the address, feel free to contact me.
I will be living residing at the new address provided. So please send all the correspondence on this address.
Thanking you ,
COVER LETTER WRITING
What is a cover letter?
A cover letter is a brief one page letter sent along with the resume to potential employers. The purpose of the cover letter is to present yourself to potential employers and to let them know what position you are interested in and why you’d be a good fit to the position and company.
Cover Letter Format
A hard-copy cover letter should be written in the business letter format , while an email should be sent in the same format but without the heading (your return address, their address, and the date).
Generally the cover letter will consist of three paragraphs. The first paragraph is an introductory one which introduces yourself. You want to include information on the position you are applying for, how you heard about it and why you are interested in the position and/or company.
The second paragraph should provide information on your skill, strengths, education, qualifications and/or experience. This paragraph should be concise and give specific examples of why you are the ideal candidate and not simply restate your resume.
The final paragraph should close up the letter by requesting an interview and possibly suggest times that are convenient for you or stating that you can come in at a time that’s convenient for the employer. Also you should let the recipient know what the best way and/or time to contact you is (you should let them know both your contact email and phone number so that they can contact you in their preferred method). Or you can let them that you’ll follow up the letter with a phone call in several days. You should thank them for their time to close up the letter.
Each cover letter that you send out should be unique and tailored to the specific company and position you are applying to. Using one cookie cutter cover letter will lessen your chances for landing an interview. Also be sure to check for grammar and spelling and keep the letter to one page in length
SAMPLE COVER LETTER
527 West Ave.
Elmswood, CT 23865
October 28, 2004
Mr. Michael Black
Director of Human Resources
6542 Sioux Falls, NY
Dear Mr. Black:
It is with great interest that I am applying for the position of chief accountant. When I read the job description of your ad in the New York Times on August 12th, I felt that it was an ideal match with my career aspirations. I have always wanted to work for an oustanding company in the Fortune 500 such as Global Answers.
I believe that I am the ideal candidate for the position due to my extensive experience as an auditor for KPMG. At my current position at KPMG, I perform all of the same tasks that are described in your ad for the chief accountant position. In addition to that I have a reputation for being a hard worker who makes sure the job is done right the first time. My reports are always completed well ahead of the deadline.
Feel free to contact me and setup an interview at your earliest convenience. You can reach me by way of e-mail at KenJacobs@nadate.com or by way of phone at (555) 555-5555. I look forward to discussing with you my future with Global Answers. Thanks for your time and consideration.
Purpose of a Business Letter
A business letter (or formal letter) is a formal way of communicating between two or more parties. There are many different uses and business letters. Business letters can be informational, persuasive, motivational, or promotional. Business letters should be typed and printed out on standard 8.5″ x 11″ white paper.
Elements of a Good Letter
The most important element of writing a good letter is your ability to identify and write to your audience. If you are addressing your letter to the department of human resources, avoid using highly technical terms that only engineers would understand, even if your letter is addressed to an engineering company, chances are that the personnel in human resources does not have an engineering background.
The next element is that you make sure your present your objective in a clear and concise manner. Don’t be vague about your objective, most people will not have the patience to sit there and guess at the meaning of your letter or the time to read a long-winded letter, just get to the point without going into unnecessary details.
Another important element to remember is to remain professional. Even if you are writing a complaint letter, remain polite and courteous, simply state the problem(s) along with any other relevant information and be sure to avoid threats and slander.