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Reminder prior to expiry of account

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Description:

This is a reminder email prior to the expiry of the account/ trial period / with no automatic renewal, requesting renewal/ payment of services.

This email reminds the customer of the upcoming expiry of his/ her current account. The customer will be informed that their credits of the account will be automatically forfeited upon the expiry date and his/ her account will be deactivated after a certain period and he/ she can no longer recover any data saved in his personal account. At the end of the email, the customer will be kindly asked to renew their account.

How to use this Document?

This document can be used as a template for a reminder email prior to the expiry of the account/ trial period / with no automatic renewal, requesting renewal/ payment of services.

Details of the customer's account should be included clearly such as the name of the customer, expiry date, and the remaining credits in the account. You may also include the link for renewal at the end of the email. 

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Document Type:

Declaration / announcement / notice / press release

Category:

Business > Intellectual Property / Information Technology > Website and Online Document

 
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