posted by lisa on .
Which is an effective strategy for ending an informative letter to a new client? (Points: 5)
Stress that the reader is welcome to call you anytime if more information is needed.
Refer to your company's future relationship with the reader's organization.
Mention your company's reputation in the field to reassure the client that dealing with your company was a good choice.
Apologize for not being able to provide a particular service that the reader has inquired about.
im thinking on A but this says to the the reader that the message hasn't answered all questions im lost!
Definitely not D!!
Think through the others and let us know your conclusions.
ok i would think its C because its a new client and would want to provide all the positive aspects to the client so that he/she would not regret their decision of being apart of the organization
I like your first choice -- A -- the best.
You could well have answered all of the client's questions -- but you're leaving the door open if s/he doesn't understand something or has additional questions.
ok i dnt think A wold be correrct is because in my textbook it says that sentence implies both that your message did not answer all questions and the reader will hestiate to contact you and that its negative
anyone else have an opinion please?
I would choose either B or C -- probably C since B is more company-to-company rather than person-to-person.