Hi Angie, thanks. I have created a number of template letters to different 'agencies' and for different reasons.IamallthatIam wrote:HI sarah ,
there are no "template letters" for "Accepted for Value" so you will not find one here, IF it is a "template letter" you are looking for, may i suggest you research and read up on the subject some more as it seems you do not have a full understanding of the procedure and how it works.
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angie x x x
strawmansarah wrote: I have created a number of template letters to different 'agencies' and for different reasons.
These letters were taken from 'templates' that others suggested, so yes, I'm afraid they DO exist.
strawmansarah wrote:Many of us are at different stages in the understanding/use of AFV procedure, which is hy I felt it would be useful to help one another by posting what we had. If pooling information and asking questions relevant to the ethos of this forum is not acceptable to you, I'm not sure what is. But, you are right, I do not have a full understanding of the procedure and how it works - hence my plea for help!
Hi there, thank you for your reply. What I was getting at was that a template would be useful (I still think it would) in giving one the RIGHT WORDS to use, when 'they' dishonour the process. I comprehend the process fully, but as it has yet to be proven to work in the UK (the UCC problem still exists as far as liens too) it would ve very useful to get a heads-up from those who have managed the process successfully (anywhere in the world) as thses 'templates' could be adapted and used for purpose here.hrp wrote:Strawmansarah, if you are trying to find letters to send to the CFO's or the CEO's I'm afraid that you will be going at this the wrong way.
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