We shall be pleased to receive a fixed deposit for any amount more than $1,000, for a period over six months at the rate of 6% p.a.
Enclosed please find a new deposit certificate No. 500 for $100,000, which represents the principal and interest of the old certificate you sent us for renewal.
We shall be glad to receive deposits of 100 yen and upward.
Enclosed we hand you a statement of account to date, showing a balance of $20,000 in our favour, which we trust will be found in order.
This account is under examination, and if found correct, it shall be carried to a new account, in conformity with your instructions.
Your favour of yesterday was duly received, and we hand you herewith a statement of your account as requested, which we hope you will find correct.
We hand you our account on the bar iron, amounting to $512,000, which kindly pass to our credit.
An early remittance will be appreciated.
Please let us have your check for the $60 now past overdue.
With these facts before you, we feel sure that you will send us your check by return mail. Thank you.
We urge that you make this settlement without delay.
Why not settle this matter now? Just attach your check to this letter, and send it by today's mail.
Having made repeated applications for apyment of this amount without avail, we now give you notice that we shall take out a summons for recovery of the same
We wish to state that if the account be not paid by Monday next, we shall be forced to place the matter in the hands o four solicitors.
In spite of your repeated promises to let us have a cheque, we are still without a settlement of your outstanding account, and therefore, unless same is settled by the end of this month, we shall be compelled to hand over the matter to our solicitor.
As you seem to take advantage of you leniency in this matter, we now give you the final notice that, unless we shall receive a substantial amount on account by return of post, we shall adopt other measures for its recovery.