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To Whom it May Concern letter

To Whom it may concern letter format
Do you need to write a To Whom it may concern letter? This type of letter is usually written to provide a personal or business reference which will be suitable for unknown recipients. This 'To Whom it may concern letter' section provides details of a suggested format and content for this necessary task. Remember! When writing any references only make positive comments. If this is not possible do not make any comment other than referring to employment dates.

To Whom it may concern letter format
A 'To Whom it may concern letter' is important and requires a formal format using the correct wording and etiquette. You will not know the recipient personally so the format, style and structure of a recommendation letter is written in a formal style, applying the correct protocol and etiquette.

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Sample To Whom it may concern letter Format
The sample format, wording and writing etiquette is all you need to enable you to write a professional 'To Whom it may concern' letter using a standard format and the correct wording etiquette for these types of letters. The sample format provides a good example of how to write a To Whom it may concern letter that includes the proper way to start and close these types of letters and the proper salutation - a salutation is an official word for a polite expression of greeting.

How to write a To Whom it may concern letter - Format & Template
The following example provides the format and template with suggested wording designed to show you how to write a To Whom it may concern letter.

 

How to write a To Whom it may concern letter - Format & Template

To Whom it may concern letter FormatSample Wording and Etiquette

Letter Heading / Company logo

Address Details
Tel. Details
Fax Details
Email Address


Date

To whom it may concern

Dear Sir or Madam

                  Re: Reference for Mr. John Smith

First Paragraph


Second and Subsequent Paragraphs


Closing Paragraph
 

Yours sincerely,

Jean Brown

First Paragraph - Personal Reference
I have known
John Smith in a personal capacity for over ___ years and have found him to be honest, reliable, conscientious and courteous. I am confident that he will prove to be an asset to your company.

Alternative First Sample Paragraph - Business Reference
I have known
John Smith in a professional capacity for over ___ years and would confirm that he currently holds the position of _______ in Zzedro Inc.

Second Paragraph: I would confirm that the his/her performance and attitude has been satisfactory / good / excellent during his employment.

Closing Sample Paragraphs
I trust that the information provided will be of help and assistance.

Sample Format & LayoutSample Wording Etiquette
 

How to write a To Whom it may concern letter - Watch the Video!
We have provided a short video on how to write a To Whom it may concern letter containing a simple step-by-step guide to writing letters using a professional format, etiquette and wording.

 

How to write a To Whom it may concern letter Video

 

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To Whom it may concern letter

Confronted with a task? Need to write a To Whom it may concern letter? Not sure where to start? Our Samples and Examples Help! Writing letters can sometimes be difficult or tricky. Our video sample provides a good example of how to write a To Whom it may concern letter and is designed to provide some inspiration to approaching this task. Save yourself some time and look at the video example with the correct format and layout to use when writing a To Whom it may concern letter.

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To Whom it may concern letter

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