Category: Rejection Letters

Response Letter to a Job Rejection 0

Response Letter to a Job Rejection

Rejection could be of many types. A bid rejection, rejection for a job, a proposal or offer rejection and many others. Rejections and acceptances are part of life and particularly part of business sphere too. Thinking on the factual grounds, when there are more than one options and one is bound to select only a few, it is certain that the rest will be excused. Some win and some lose. But...

Rejection Letter to a Vendor Regarding his Offer 0

Rejection Letter to a Vendor Regarding his Offer

A vendor is a person or a company that sells his products or services. Businesses or individuals sometimes extend offers to other companies to sell their products or to make offers regarding their services. The offers are made on the routine basis in the business sphere; however, it is not necessary that an offer is always accepted. The potential vendees often reject the offers if they don’t find them compatible...

Rejection Letter for a Bid or Proposal 0

Rejection Letter for a Bid or Proposal

Businesses sometimes open their projects on a bid for other businesses/services. The one who makes a better bid successfully gets the project. In order to make a proper bid that wins the project, it is important to keep the dos and don’t for bid-making in mind. The more professionally a bid is presented the more are the chances that it will be accepted. Rejection Letter for a Bid or Proposal...

Job Refusal Letter to a Company 0

Job Refusal Letter to a Company

When you are not accepting a job offered by a company for any reason, writing the rejection letter is a right thing to do. Declining the job offer verbally is not a practical act and it is good to write a letter. The purpose of writing the letter is to let the reader know that you are turning down the job offered by them. The letter should be short and...