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Sample Returned Item Clerk Cover Letter






When writing a returned item clerk cover letter be sure the hiring manager knows you have experience returning unpaid checks from correspondent banks, branches, or individual customers to adjust and balance accounts. All returned item clerk cover letters should provide details about what the applicants can bring to the job that may set them apart from others.


Ramona Leix
4560 Vine Street
Plaintown, USA 23232

April 29, 2006


Mr. Jon Simon,
Hiring Manager
Stacy's Department Store
456 Main Street
Any Town, USA 78956

Dear Mr. Simon:

I read on JobBankUSA.com your interest in hiring a returned item clerk for your newly opened store in Any Town. I have had one year of experience doing this kind of work: returning unpaid checks from correspondent banks, branches, or individual customers to adjust and balance accounts.

You may be speaking with other potential returned-item clerks but I hope you will not make a final decision until I can meet with you and show you that I am the one for this job. I enjoy working with the public, handling financial transactions, and delivering timely and accurate service.

Please call me on my cell phone: 785-897-3434 to set up an interview at your convenience. Thank you for considering my bid for this job. I look forward to receiving your reply.

Sincerely,


Ramona Leix

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