Last updated on June 23rd, 2019 at 05:36 pm
We always send letters, money orders, drafts, etc through the post office. But sometimes, due to the negligence of post office, our letters or money orders do not reach on time to its destination and we have to face that kind of problems.
At that time we need to write a Formal Letter to Postmaster stating him that Money order has not reached. It is a letter to the Post Master, stating that a money order for Rs. 5000 which You sent to your brother a fortnight ago has not reached him. Ask the Post Master to make inquiries.
You can write this letter to your postmaster if your money order has not reached its destination and want to know about it. This type of letter is also asked in the examination by the examiner. So, this letter is also helpful for students.
Formal Letter to Postmaster stating him that Money order for Rs. 5000 which You sent to your brother a fortnight ago has not reached him
61 Hill road
23rd July 2016
The Post Master,
General Post Office,
A weeks ago, I sent a money order for Rs. 5000 to my brother (Dr. ML. Sharma, 16 Park Street, Silchar). It ought to have reached him by now. But he has written to me saying that he has not received it yet. I do not know where it has been detained.
I should be much obliged if you would make inquiries about it. The number of the money order receipt is 325 and it is dated 8th July 2011.
Hoping to receive an early reply and thanking you in anticipation.
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