Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Sample letter requesting bank to issue a cheque book

Are you thinking of getting cheque book from your bank? You should probably then submit a request letter to your bank manager. Usually some banks will offer cheque book too along with opening an account and some don't. If you don't posses a cheque book, it is the time for get one so that your transaction will be made easy as you know the India is struggling for cash transaction due to recent ban on Rs.500 and Rs. 1000 notes. So read the letter format provided below and use it for your purpose in getting a cheque book for your SB account. Useful for SBI / Bank of Baroda / IDBI / Central Bank of India / HDFC Bank / City Bank / Axis Bank / Kotak Bank / YES Bank / Punjab National Bank / Dena Bank / Canara Bank / Bank of India / Corporation Bank / Union Bank of India / Andhra Bank / IOB Bank / ICICI Bank / Karur Vysya Bank / TMB / Federal Bank / Indian Bank / RBI, etc account holders.

Manjual K
87, Rajiv Nagar
TN, India

The Bank Manager
TN, India

Sub: Requesting a fresh cheque book

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am here to inform you that I have been maintaining a SB account since last 10 years. I did not avail the cheque book facility so far. As I am very struggling in cash transaction for my business and now require cheque leafs for cashless transactions. Hence I hereby request you to issue me a fresh cheque book with atleast 200 leafs against my SB account number ________________ [Write your full SB A/C number]. I would be grateful if you issue me the same as early as possible.
Yours sincerely,
Manjula K.

Date: 16-11-2016
Place: Tuticorin

N.B: Bank account number, address and other details given here do not exist. Readers are advised to use their own details while using this letter format to request their bank to issue them a cheque book.

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