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Welcome and Thank you Letter

October 10, 2001

Ms. Malou de Guzman
Daan Bago
Samal, Bataan

Dear Ms. De Guzman:

We, at Philippine National Bank, welcome and thank you for opening an account with us.

We know a great amount of care went into your consideration in selecting a bank.  We are pleased that you are among the millions of customers worldwide who have made that decision to bank with us.  Be assured that we will exert every effort to meet your expectations.

Our bank offers a wide array of innovative and value-added products to cater to your various needs.  We invite you to take time to talk to our branch officers or visit our website www.pnb.com.ph so that you may be oriented about PNB’s other products and services.  We have also provided you with theBank’s fees and charges at the back for your easy reference.

Thank you once again for choosing PNB and we look forward to a long and fruitful banking relationship with you.

Very truly yours,

Josie Mae Del Rosario
Branch Manager

Assembly Letter

October 13, 2011

Mrs. Juanita dela Cruz
Maning ning St,
Malolos, Bulacan

Dear Mrs. Dela Cruz:

A blessed day!

In response to the Government’s and Department of Education’s (DepEd) mandate to strengthen “Child Protection Policy” in every school for the welfare of students, Pilar Christian is set to hold an assembly for the parents this coming October 17, Friday, 9:00 – 11:00 o’clock in the morning at the school covered court.

We need your full partnership in this endeavor.  We know that “time” is the most significant element in this partnership so we are looking forward to seeing you on the said date.

Thank you and God bless you!

Respectfully yours,
Mrs. Armina Catutay

Accreditation Request Letter

July 15, 2000

To all Faculties

In view of the forthcoming Level II accreditation of the BS Mechanical Engineering Program of our University, may  I request from each of you to furnish me the following documents:

  1. Personal Data Sheet (fully accomplished)
  2. Certificates of Trainings, Seminars, Masteral courses (and other documents in support of the Personal Data Sheet) from the year 2000 – 2003
  3. Class Records from year 2001 – 2003

As you know, the accreditation is scheduled on the first week of August, therefore, I would like to appeal for the early submission this Wednesday, July 20 of above mentioned documents.
I look forward to your positive response on this request.

Very truly yours,
Violeta Espiritu

ISO Certification Inform Letter

October 5, 2000

To: All Office Staff:

The ISO Certification Accreditation team will visit us on October 12, 2000 at 9:00 in the morning.  In this regard, we are asking your assistance to ensure that we make a good impression with the said team.

As preparation to the said event, make sure that our facilities such as conference areas, department office, pantry and training room as well your desks are all clean of clutters or any non work related materials. Also, maintain our policy while inside the office premises.

In addition, all necessary documents for ISO Certification should be ready on or before October 8 so that all correction has been reviewed and finalized.
I hope for your usual cooperation and understanding.

Very truly yours,

Zenaida L. Avinantes

Cancel Transaction Letter

July 12, 1998

Mrs. Jesusa L. Enriguez
Landing Subdivision
Sta. Rosa, Laguna

Dear Mrs. Enriguez

Good day Madam!

We would like to inform you that your transaction with our purchaser last July 5, 1998 has been cancelled.

The branch that Ms. Herrera has provided you has a delivery, however, every branch has a certain area that they can deliver to. Regret to say, that the are you have provided to us is no longer covered by the delivery of the said branch. Thus, there is a suggestion for the alternative pick-up area.

Just let us know if the said branch is convenient for you so that we can process your order immediately.  We really apologize for the inconvenience and we thank you for your continued patronage.

Very truly yours,

Ms. Gina L. Fraterna
Head Accountant

Health Assistance Letter

September 18, 2000

Mrs. Rosalinda Macaspac
Villa del Pilar Village
Pilar, Zamboanga City

Dear Mrs. Macaspac,

God’s grace and peace.

In our desire to be assistance for our students’ wellbeing and protection, we would like to inform you of the following health bulletin.

First, the Department of Health through the Rural Health Unit of Pilar is giving free ant-polic and anti-measles vaccination.  “Bakuna Para sa Polio/Tigdas” will be administered on or before September 30 at PSU Campus to students ages 3-6 who have not been vaccinated before.

On the other hand, a private medical group is offering flu vaccination for ages 3-18 years old and above.  It is not for free.  The Flu vaccine will cost Php700.  Your child and member of your family can avail this vaccine.  It will be administered on October 8 at PSU Clinic.

We hope you fund this beneficial. We will be waiting for your response on or before Wednesday, September 24, 2000.  Kindly fill out the Reply Slip for your confirmation.

Thank you for your trust.  God bless your family.

Sincerely yours,

Rose Anne Pizarro
School Administrator

Appointment Letter

May 2, 1991

Mrs. Leonida Santos
Teacher III
National High School
Hi-way, Zamboanga City

Dear Mrs. Santos:

You are hereby appointed as Poll Clerk of the Board of Election Teller (BETs) in Precinct No. 14 and 15 with polling place located at Pilar State University in Barangay Sta. Rosa, Municipality of Pilar, Province of Zamboanga.

You are immediately assume office upon taking your oath as required by law.  However, this appointment will be automatically cancelled and considered null and void if you are related to any candidate or to any member of the Board of Election Tellers of said precinct/s within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity.  In such case, you shall not assume the duties of the office and shall immediately return this appointment to the Election Officer.  Assumption to the office notwithstanding this prohibition is punishable under the law.
By Authority of the Commissions

Roland dela Cruz
Election Officer or representative of the Commission on Election

Salary Request Letter

April 21, 2003

Ms. Annabelle Luna
Accounting Head
OMG Incorporated
Pasay City

Dear Ms. Luna,

Good day!

I would like to request your good office to please make our salary given on time.  Six month ago, we received a memo from your office that our salary will be given every 8th of the month and we agreed upon but  your staff is always late in giving our salary.

As head of the family, one of  my responsibility  is to pay  bills on time such as internet bills, phone bills and electricity bill. But if my salary is not given on time, I’m afraid that I’m not paying these bills on time.

I hope for your rapid action regarding this matter. Thanks for your usual understanding.

Sincerely yours,

Anna L. Rodrigues

Working Permit Request Letter

October 10, 2003

Mr. Amer Magmakaawa
Mcway Bldg. Saipan

Dear Mr. Magmakaawa:

This letter is serve as advise that Ms. Lissete D. Santos of Libertad St. Dumaguete City has been offered a position by our firm as Accountant which will start immediately upon her obtaining permanent residence or work permission in Saipan.

The position is full time and permanent.  Her salary will be at $250 per month which totals $3000 annually.

Attached herewith is his official employment contract. Please don’t hesitate to contact me anytime.

Sincerely yours,

Mr. Douglas Dowelman
Personnel Manager

Notice Letter Alert for Red Tide

September 12, 2001

Dear Shellfish Vendor:

Based on the results of red tide monitoring activities of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and the Provincial Agriculture Office of Bataan, shellfish collected from Bataan Coastal Waters (Mariveles, Limay, Orion, Pilar, Balanga, Orani, Abucay and Samal) are now negative for the red tide toxin.  Negative results for Paralytic Shellfish Poison (PSP) were obtained from three (3) consecutive weeks of sampling in the areas.

Therefore, the public hereby informed that shellfish harvested from Bataan coastal waters (Mariveles, Limay, Orion, Pilar, Balanga, Orani, Abucay and Samal)  in Western Samar are now safe for human consumption.  Likewise, gathering and/or harvesting, and marketing shellfish harvested from the above-mentioned are area now permitted.

The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and the Provincial Agriculture Office of Bataan are continuously monitoring Bataan coastal waters to safeguard public health and to protect shellfish industry.

Drusila Esther Bayate
Officer-In-Charge
Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources

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