Dear Mr. Brown, I hope that this email gets to you well. In the past three years, we have
engaged in a healthy working relationship, and together we have accomplished many projects
ranging from simple to complex. The key objective of writing this email is to remind you that
payments of the last service I provided are overdue. I completed the previous project on 30th
May 2020, compiled the required documentation as requested, and sent them through my official
email address. As of today, I am not aware whether you received the documents since I did not
receive any confirmation or any communication from you.
I would like us to continue with our positive relationship. To attain this objective, it
would be essential to strengthen our relationship by adhering to the laid down terms of work, as
indicated in the contract form that we both agreed and signed. On my part, I have tried my best
to comply with the laid down procedures, including providing high-quality service, meeting
deadlines, effectively communicating to my clients, and ensure that my services are delivered
before or on the stated date. However, on your side, you have not been complying with contract
terms. For instance, you have avoided releasing my payments for reasons not known to me and
despite your work being submitted on due time and in the best quality. I hope this has not been
for bad faith. I understand that you are a busy man who works hard to make the end met. I am
kindly requesting you to review the completed projects once more and, if satisfied, release my
dues as per the contract agreement. However, if you are not satisfied with the work is done, I am
ready to rectify the errors, if any. I am waiting to hear from you soon.
Attached please see a copy of the previous completed work.