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Sample Letter To Inform My Change Of Name
Posted by Anonymous on
7/6/2010 at 8:43 AM ET
Can you help me to draft a letter in order to inform my business customers that i have changed my name and ask them to address my new name in all the corres.
7/8/2010 at 12:52 AM
Dear Customers (visitors/readers etc.) of ABC,
WE have now changed OUR name to XYZ. *talk about how the company, service, management, ownership, and products and services are still the same*
You could make a cool Youtube vid of a rapping monkey basically saying all of this as your formal announcement/press release... Just saying.
7/8/2010 at 12:57 AM
One more thing...
Why tell them to "address all future correspondence to me under my new name?" Telling them the name has changed shall suffice. They should know that. They will know what to do with the new name. The old one will not be used anymore. They get that. Don't underestimate their intelligence. They're not as stupid as you think they are.
Unless there is a reason why you have to explain everything in great detail.
7/17/2010 at 7:45 AM
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