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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by bob, Dec 17, 2002.
Do you enclose a cover letter with your bid?
Tell me what you think about the above cover letter?
Sorry Bob ... don't like it.
there are some serious punctuation etc problems with it.
Kris, it's not mine. It belongs to a friend of mine who sent it to a prospective customer.
It's terrible. If I received something like that as a prospective customer, I would have serious doubts about that company's ability to service my account.
Yes it needs a grammar check and there are only a couple sentences on it!
Ditto what Rodfather said. It reads as though it was written by a high school dropout.
I will e-mail you one that I did and had success with in the past. That cover letter is simply....well,...... horrible. I know your punctuation and ability to put a complete sentence together is better than that!
I always include one
I sometimes with this forum had two segments:
One for professionals, the other for uneducated guys trying to earn a buck.
That letter is a total joke.