Sample letter to stop defaming the character

Sample letter to stop defaming the character


This is to notify you that it has come to my attention that you have making representations about me that are false. These statements are false and defame my reputation.

You have been falsely accusing me for cheating my business partners without having proper evidence against your statement.

Therefore I request you to stop making such statements is it not only harms my reputation but also is hazardous to my businesses. Along with that I also ask you to apologize to me publically. The apology is necessary to undo the damage caused.

Please be aware that unless you immediately stop making such comments and statements and apologize publically, I will have no choice but to take appropriate legal action including seeking monetary compensation to protect my image.

I hope this is considered as I fair warning and you stop defaming my character before I am forced to take legal action against you.
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  • RE: Sample letter to stop defaming the character -Ingrid Burling (06/19/16)
  • Dear Sir/Madam,

    The letter templates on your site are written in poor English. When I read them, it is very clear that you have not had them proof-read by a native speaker or maybe not had them proof-read at all. There are grammar mistakes everywhere. (I am an English teacher, native speaker).

    I strongly recommend you to get the letters checked over by a professional editor, who is a native speaker of English. Leaving it on your website containing such errors just makes you look like you don't know what you are doing. The reader or visitor to your website will think 'if he/she can't get a simple thing like that right, what else are they not checking?'

    Apart from this, you have inserted someone's name into the letter. I sincerely hope this is not the name of a client. If so, did you ask for their permission first? This sort of thing does not inspire confidence either. Confidentiality is important to clients.

    I strongly suggest you create proper templates by deleting names out of them and putting in dotted lines for people to fill in, and by setting up a partnership with a professional proof-reader, who checks all your work from now on before you put it into your internet or use it in your practice.

    There is an organisation called the "Society of Editors and Proof-Readers' in the UK (you can Google it) and you can get quotes from them for proofing letters like this. You can probably do it all online. It won't cost much and the quality of templates on your websites will be more professional.

    Sincerely,
    Ingrid Burling
  • Sample letter to stop defaming the character -Mayura Parab (03/23/14)
  • Sample letter to stop defaming the character


    This law firm represents Shri Amar Vyas . If you are represented by legal counsel, please direct this letter to your lawyer immediately and notify us of such representation. You are hereby directed to stop defaming of SHRI AMAR VYAS’S character and reputation

    Shri Vyas is an educated, respected professional in the community and represents Bandra as MLA for the past 2 terms. He has spent 15 years serving the community in her profession and building a positive reputation. He has also be honoured by various social clubs for outstanding social work.

    It has been learned through press and media reports that you have engaged in spreading false, destructive, and defamatory rumors about him which is not acceptable and tends to damage his reputation in today’s society.Under Indian laws, it is unlawful to engage in defamation of another’s character and reputation.

    Accordingly, we demand that your party Jan Azaadi immediately cease and desist your unlawful defamation of our client Shri Vyas and provide us with prompt written assurance within seven days that you will cease and desist from further defamation of my clients character and reputation.

    In the event you fail to meet this demand, our client reserves right to pursue all available legal remedies, including seeking monetary damages, and court costs and legal fees.

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