Payment Reminder for Goods and Services

First Reminder

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First reminder for unpaid outstanding invoice after the provision of goods and services that have been overdue. Suggest that there may have been an oversight.

We are writing in relation to Invoice Number for [Goods / Services]. The above sum was due for payment but as at today's date, we have yet to receive the payment of the outstanding amount of <[AMOUNT], which is now overdue.

We believe this may have been an oversight (please ignore this message if you have recently paid), we are resending you our bank account details for you to make the transfer as soon as possible:

How to use this Document?

This document is a first reminder for the party to settle the overdue invoice before legal or insolvency actions are taken.

The Outstanding Invoice, Late Payment Charge and Accrued Interest should be clearly stated in the letter. 

How to Tailor the Document for Your Need?

  1. Create Document: Click “Create Document” button and the document will be prepared with your account details automatically filled in.

  2. Please fill in any additional information by following the step-by-step guide on the left hand side of the preview document and click the “Next” button.

  3. When you are done, click the “Get Document” button and you can download the document in Word or PDF format.

  4. Please review the document carefully and make any final modifications to ensure that the details are correct before sending to the addressee.

Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence

Category:

Business > Goods and Services > Credit / Invoice / Payment / Demand Letter

 
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