Bank Verification Letter / Reference Letter

Specific Account Information

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This Letter can be used as a template to ask for a Bank Account Verification letter from your Bank verifying the specific bank account details and balance of a bank customer.

The letter concerns the verification of the identified bank account from bank. The letter specifies the name of the account holder, the account number, and the designated signatory during its existence. It also contains the details of its current balance and confirms that by signing the letter they confirm the account is authorised and the contained information is correct.

How to use this Document?

This is a letter to verify that someone has opened a bank account at a certain bank on a certain date. This can be used as proof in various business situations to check creditworthiness of one party. 


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Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence


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