Sample letter

Reconsider my pro-rata offer (joint names)

​Use this letter when a creditor has refused your pro-rata offer of payment. For information on how to use this letter see our fact sheets Payment offer - what to do if a creditor refuses and Review your offers to creditors.

Letter in sole names

You can choose to send a letter in your own name or in joint names. You may have a debt in joint names, or want to write to your creditors together because you have worked out a joint budget.
 
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17 November 2017

Dear Sir/Madam


Account No:

Thank you for your recent about the above account.

We are sorry that you feel unable to accept the offer which we have made. Most of our other creditors have accepted the offers made to them and we have begun making payments. We cannot offer you more because we can only afford £ each month between all our creditors, and it would be wrong to stop or reduce payments to our other creditors in favour of your company. We have worked out our offer to you on a pro-rata basis. This is the same method that the County Court uses to work out repayments.

As our other creditors have agreed to our repayment offers, please reconsider our offer. As a gesture of goodwill, we will be making the payments that we have offered to your company from now on.


We look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully