Sample letter to bank manager for stop payment of cheque issued to vendor, client or customers, company, business partner and likewise. Cheque payment can be stopped by sending a signed or stamped letter to bank or filling the form of stop payment provided by the bank. You can use this letter for lost cheque or cheque book to stop the payment of single cheque or cheque book or multiple chques.
Request to Stop Payment of Cheque
Subject: Stop Payment of Cheque No. 34563728
It is an urgent request from Slice Foods Pvt Ltd to stop the payment of cheque no. 34563728 against Slice Food’s Business Plus Account No. 4567392. We issued this post dated cheque two months back to Ericsson Pvt Ltd as payment of Food Packaging plant. But they do not deliver this plant within given date as per purchase terms of our company. We will inform you if we need to release the payment.
Thank You Very Much
Director Finance and Bank Signatory
Write A Letter to Stop Payment of Cheque
Dear Branch Manager,
On behalf of “Semi Foods” I am writing to request for stop payment of our cheque number 657587484 issued against our company Bank Account Number 347-5748, SCB Model Town, Branch. This cheque was issued to our vendor “Hussain Printers” amounted $2000 and it was snatched on the road last evening from our employee. Meanwhile I am also reporting to police station for this incident. We will issue a new cheque after your response. I will be thankful for your cooperation.
Semi Foods Ltd
Letter to Cancel Payment of Cheque
Dear Branch Manager,
We are maintaining our company accounts in your esteemed SCB bank DHA Branch since 20 years and very thankful for your great and timely services for See Foods Ltd. On Friday 5th September we issued a payment cheque to our supplier and they lost it somewhere. I request you to please cancel the payment of cheque# 657464746 titled “Rida Corporation” under our company account and write back for our record.
See Foods Ltd.
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