Notice to Disregard Letter Indicating Inability to Ship - why would you ever need this letter? Picture this…Last month your billing department noticed that one of your customer’s accounts had fallen into default.
This prompted you to send a letter freezing all future deliveries.
Consequently, your customer paid their balance and brought their account back to a positive status.
Now that you’re able to resume deliveries, you should send this letter out!
This letter could easily be used for a variety of circumstances leading to a halt on shipments – just fill in the “blanks” and you are good to go!
Please disregard the letter I wrote to you on [date] wherein I informed you
that we would be unable to make any further deliveries to you as called for
in our contract dated [date of contract].
The circumstances which prompted me to write the above mentioned letter
have changed whereas [state circumstances permitting retraction], and
we expect to be able to resume deliveries on [date].
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in this matter.