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How do you write an endorsement letter?

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To write an endorsement letter provide a specific, detailed and accurate outline of the party being endorsed. Include details of the party being endorsed and the party endorsing them. The endorsement letter must include the date, names and address of parties involved as well as the reason for endorsement.

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  1. Add parties involved

    State the names and addresses of all parties involved in the endorsement.

  2. Give the reason for the endorsement

    Clearly and concisely state what the endorsement is for, and the task or service was done to receive the endorsement.

  3. Provide details

    Describe the positive qualities, accomplishments and abilities of the endorsed party. Add bullet lists where necessary.

  4. Add time frames

    Include the date the endorsement is being given and then state the time frame the endorsed party performed the endorsed task or service.

  5. State any legal or confidential clauses

    Include any legal concerns regarding the endorsement. Add any confidentiality clauses limiting the use of the endorsement by the endorsed party.

  6. Sign the endorsement

    End the endorsement by stating the endorser's name and surname, then sign the letter.

  7. Check the endorsement

    Check and correct the endorsement letter, it must provide a specific, detailed and accurate outline of the party being endorsed.

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