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Letter of Demand (2nd Attempt)

Letter of Demand (2nd Attempt)

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Under 5 minutes.
Under 5 minutes.
Last updated December 2018
Last updated August 15, 2019
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A letter of demand (2nd attempt) is the second letter sent to reminder customers to of their outstanding payments and urge them to pay the invoice. Customisable and ready for use in under 5 minutes.

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Document Overview

This Letter of Demand is the second letter sent to customers who have outstanding payments. This letter is a firmer and more assertive reminder in comparison to the first letter sent two weeks after the initial message. This sends the understanding that the company is prepared to take legal action if the client continues to ignore the invoice.

Use this Letter of Demand (2nd Attempt) if:

The customer has not replied or paid the invoice two weeks after the first letter.

What does the Letter of Demand (2nd Attempt) cover?

  • The amount owed;
  • What the invoice covers;
  • Late payment interest (if applicable);
  • When the invoice needs to be paid;
  • Warning if legal action if the debt is not paid.

Other names for Letter of Demand (2nd Attempt) include:

  • Demand Letter
  • Second Collection Letter
  • 2nd Letter of Demand
  • Letter of Demand 2nd Reminder

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