When composing a letter requesting a Bank Account Confirmation Certificate, clarity and politeness are key. Ensure your letter includes essential details such as your account type and number, the purpose of the certificate, and your contact information. Avoid unclear language and make sure to proofread for any mistakes. By following these tips, you can effectively communicate your request to the bank manager.

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Sample Request Letter for Bank Account Confirmation Certificate


The Branch Manager,
___________ (Bank Name),
___________ (Branch),
___________ (City/State)

Date: __ /__ /_____

Subject: Issuance of Bank Account Confirmation Certificate


I/ We, __________ (Your Name/ Company Name) is/are holding a ___________ (Savings/Current) A/c no. ___________ (Bank Account Number) with your bank.

Request you to kindly issue certificate of account confirmation that I am maintaining ___________ (Savings/Current) with your Bank  _________ branch for __________ (visa / audit / income tax / loan) purpose.

Thankıng You,
_________ (signature)
_________ (Name)
_________ (Address)
_________ (Mobile Number)

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  1. What should I include in my letter requesting a Bank Account Confirmation Certificate?
    • Make sure to include your account type and number, the purpose of the certificate (e.g., visa, audit, income tax, loan), and your contact information.
  2. How should I address the recipient of the letter?
    • You can address the recipient as "Dear Sir/Madam" or "Respected Sir/Madam."
  3. Is it necessary to mention the reason for needing the certificate?
    • Yes, it's important to specify the purpose of the certificate to ensure the bank understands your request accurately.
  4. Can I email this request instead of sending a physical letter?
    • While emailing is convenient, it's advisable to follow the bank's preferred communication method. Some banks may require formal letters for such requests.
  5. Should I sign the letter if I'm sending it via email?
    • If you're sending the letter via email, you can include a typed signature. However, if the bank requires a physical signature, you may need to print, sign, and scan the letter before emailing it.

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