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Professional Letters

A professional letter can be daunting to write. The cover letter is the first thing a potential employer sees. A letter of recommendation can make or break someone’s chances of achieving their goal. A credit report dispute letter can improve your chances of passing a credit check, as can a credit inquiry removal letter. There are many types of professional letters you may need to write (or request) throughout your life, and they all have one thing in common: they need to look and sound professional.

Since that’s the case, our professional letters section provides you with templates, samples, and tips to help make writing professional letters less daunting. You don’t need to be a pro writer to write a professional letter — you just need the right information at your fingertips.

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