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Dear Sir: May 1, 2013
Inquiries regarding our new product, the
Deer Mountain Bike, have been coming in from all parts of the world. Reports
from users confirm what we knew before it was put on the market - that it is
the best mountain bike available. Enclosed is our brochure.
Dear Sir: Jun.1, 2013
We received your promotional letter and
brochure today. We believe that your would do well here in the U.S.A. Kindly
send us further details of your prices and terms of sale. We ask you to make
every effort to quote at competitive prices in order to secure our business. We
look forward to hearing from you soon..
Dear Sir: June 4, 2013
Thank you for your inquiry of June the 1st
concerning the Deer Mountain Bike. It gives us great pleasure to send along the
technical information on the model together with the catalog and price list.
After studying the prices and terms of trade, you will understand why we are
working to capacity to meet the demand. We look forward to the opportunity of
being of service of you.
Dear Sir: June 8, 2013
We have received your price lists and have
studied it carefully. However, the price level in your quotation is too high
for this market, If you are prepared to grant us a discount of 10% for a
quantity of 200, we would agree to your offer. You should note that some price
cut will justify itself by an increase in business. We hope to hear from you
Dear Sirs: June 12, 2013
Thank you for your letter of June the 8th.
We have accepted your offer on the terms suggested. Enclosed our will find a
special price list that we believe will meet your ideas of prices. You should
note that the recent advances in raw materials have affected the cost of this
product unfavorably. However, for your order we have kept our prices down.
Dear Sirs: June 12, 2013
Thank you for your letter of June the 8th.
We regret that we cannot meet your terms. We must point out that the falling
market here leaves us little or no margin of profit. We must ask you for a
keener price in respect to future orders. At present the best discount offered
for a quantity of 200 is 5%. Our current situation leaves us little room to
bargain. We hope you will reconsider the offer.
Dear Sir: June 15, 2013
We have discussed your offer of 5% and
accept it on the terms quoted. We are prepared to give your product a trial,
provided you can guarantee delivery on or before the 20th of September. The
enclosed order is given strictly on this condition. We reserve the right of
refusal of delivery and/or cancellation of the order after this date.
Dear Sir: June 20, 2013
Thank you very much for your order of June
15 for 200 Deer Mountain Bikes. We will make every possible effort to speed up
delivery. We will advise you of the date of dispatch. We are at your service at
Gentlemen: June 18, 2013
Thank you for your order No. 599. In order
to execute it, please open an irrevocable L/C for the amount of US$ 50,000 in
ou* **vor. This account shall be available until Sep. 20. Upon arrival of the
L/C we will pack and ship the order as requested.
Dear Sir: June 24, 2013
Thank you for your letter of June 18
enclosing details of your terms. According to your request for opening an
irrevocable L/C, we have instructed the Beijing City Commercial Bank to open a
credit for US$ 50,000 in you* **vor, valid until Sep. 20. Please advise us by
fax when the order has been executed.
Dear Sir： Sep. 1, 2013
We are sorry to report that in spite of our
effort, we are unable to guarantee shipment by the agreed date due to a strike
at ou* **ctory. We are afraid that your L/C will be expire before shipment.
Therefore, please explain our situation to your customers and secure their
consent to extend the L/C to Sept.30.
Gentlemen: Sept. 5, 2013
We received your letter today and have
informed our customers of your situation. As requested, we have instructed the
Beijing City Commercial Bank to extend the L/C up to and including September
30. Please keep us abreast of any new development.
Dear Sirs: Sept. 25, 2013
Concerning our order No. 599 for 200
mountain bikes, so far you have shipped only 50 bikes against the shipment. We
are notifying you that we reserve our right to claim on you for the shortage,
if it is confirmed. We have given our customers a definite assurance that we
would supply the goods by the end of September. We hope you will look into this
Gentlemen: Sept. 30, 2013
In response to your letter of Sept.25, we
regret your complaint very much. Today we received information from Hong Kong
that the remaining 150 bikes were on a ship that developed engine trouble and
had to put into port for repairs. The trouble was not serious, and the vessel
is now on her way. She would arrive at your place tomorrow or the next day.
Dear Sirs: Oct. 2, 2013
We are sorry that causes completely beyond
your control have made it impossible for you to keep the shipment date of Sept.
30. Since you have failed to uphold your end of the agreement, we find it
necessary to cancel our order. Unfortunately, our buyers cannot wait
indefinitely for the units. We are sorry that it is necessary to take such a
Gentlemen: Oct. 2, 2013
We have received of your notice of delay of
shipment due to mechanical troubles on the ship. We are pleased that the order
is now on its way. Thank you for the notice. We are eagerly awaiting the ship's
Dear Sirs: Oct. 4, 2013
Upon arrival of your shipment, the ship's
agents noticed that case No. 5 was damaged and notified us. The number of
articles in the case is correct according to the invoice, but the following
articles are broken: (List of articles)
As you will see in our survey report and of
the ship's agents', that these units are damaged and quite unsaleable. Please
send us replacements for the broken articles; we await your reply in due
Dear Sirs: Oct. 8, 2013
Thank you for informing us of the damaged
shipment. Since the units were packed with the best of care, we can only assume
that the cases were handled roughly. We therefore urge you to lodge your claim
with the insurance company.
Gentlemen: Oct. 8, 2013
As soon as we got your letter we got in
touch with the packers and asked them to look into the matter. It appears that
the fault lies with the packaging materials used. We have since corrected the
mistake. We apologize for the oversight, and are sending a new delivery
Dear Sirs: Nov. 30, 2013
It has come to our attention that your
payment is one month overdue. The units ordered were delivered to you on
September 26 and were invoiced on September 30. Payment is due on October 30.
We look forward to seeing your remittance within a week.
Dear Sirs: Oct. 3, 2013
We have looked into the cause of the delay
in payment and have found that our accounting department made an oversight in
****** your remittance. We are sorry for the inconvenience. The sum of US$
20,000 has been sent to you by Telegraphic Transfer and should reach you