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  • Letter Writing

    Posted by Nida on September 20, 2022 at 9:10 AM

    <font size=”2″ face=”Arial”>You recently read an article in the newspaper about someone whom you know personally but have not heard from in a long time. You found that some of the information published was incorrect.</font><font size=”2″ face=”Arial”></font>

    <font size=”2″ face=”Arial”>Write a letter to editor to inform him about it. In your letter,
    <font size=”2″ face=”Arial”>● </font><font size=”2″ face=”Arial”>state what the article is about</font>
    <font size=”2″ face=”Arial”>● mention the error(s)
    </font><font size=”2″ face=”Arial”>● describe what you expect from the editor</font>

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am writing with reference to the article published in The Sunday Times dated 18-09-2022. The print ran on page 3 under the title ” Why insurance is more important than ever”. The information was about the insurance buying tendency of people and why with rising medical costs, having insurance of individual and family members is unavoidable.

    The article also discusses the role of technology in insurance facilitation. There you have ran a small conversation with Amit Boni, CEO of Ensuredit, an insurance tech company. Though not in regular touch now, I happen to have acquaintance with Mr. Boni. He was my batchmate in engineering college from 2004-2008. This information is published incorrectly which is stating his pass out year to be 2004.

    I request you to kindly acknowledge and rectify the error in your next print as to avoid any confusion among people who know him.

    Yours scincerley,
    Nida Ahmad

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    Falak replied 1 year, 7 months ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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  • Falak

    September 23, 2022 at 7:21 AM

    I happen to have (an) acquaintance with Mr. Boni

    scincerley, (spelling errors)

    Keep writing!!

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