Thursday, October 19, 2017

How to write letter to deactivate SMS alert service

SMS alert service is beneficial as the account transaction details are sent to the respective customer immediately. Though it is useful, some bankers find it very annoying when the service charge are deducted from the account. So some people don't want the SMS alert service . If you are the one who is worrying about high service charge being deducted by your bank and do want to stop this service, you must submit a request letter to your bank manager to deactivate SMS service. Here is the sample letter format.

From
J.Mayan,
303, Naja Street,
Pudukkottai,
TN, India.

To
The Bank Manager,
Indian Overseas Bank,
Pudukkottai,
TN, India.

Respected Sir,
Sub: Deactivating SMS alert service
I am your customer since last 7 years. I have SB account____________ [Write account number here] and SMS alert service is already active with this account. I feel the service charge for SMS alert is high and so want no more SMS alert service in future. Please consider my request and deactivate SMS alert for my account. Thank you!

Yours faithfully,
[Signature]
J.Mayan.

Encl:
Copy of Bank Statement
Copy of Aadhaar card

Note: This is sample letter format only. You must modify the letter format as per your requirements from your bank. Consult your bank manager for more details. Thank you!

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