A letter of ordering goods is a letter that is written by a customer to a business to acquire a product. Usually, a customer would have seen the product in a catalogue or an advertisement and would like to purchase it through the mail. In a letter of ordering goods, it is essential to include your personal information, your shipping information, your payment information, and the actual product(s) you would like to order. It is important to include a way for the business to contact you at the end of the letter (usually a phone number) incase there is an issue with the order.
Sample letter of ordering goods
1685 Riverside Drive
Blairsville, GA 30512
Dear Turner Lampshades,
My name is Barbara. I would like to order 13 oriental lampshades from your catalogue. Their item number is #4564323534. They are listed at $10 each.
I have included a certified check for $130. That should cover the cost of the lampshades.
The address I would like these lampshades shipped to is:
Barbara D. Martin
3940 Lucky Duck Drive
Monroeville, PA 15146
Please use FedEx Express as your shipping method. They seem to be the most reliable delivery courier for my area.
If you have any questions or if any issues arise with my order, please do not hesitate to contact me at 345-453-5322.