Letter to bank manager for opening of account - employee records
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Khushibhatia Started The Discussion:

hi, I want to open a new account in the bank. I need a format of letter that how to write a letter to The manager of bank Thanks Khushi

mkjobhunt -  Member Since: Jan 2009
Dear Khushi,

You can start by saying it "TO WHOMSOEVER IT MAY CONCERN" and in order to make it as address proof you may start it by stating that so and so employee has been employed with so and so organization at so and so designation since so and so date(give the beginning date).

Else it also depends in case if any address proof is required same can we mentioned that as per employee records,permanent/temporary address of the employee is so and so.

Regards
MK




 
 
 
 





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