If you are owed money by an individual or a business, you may want to consider sending a demand letter. A demand letter is a formal way of requesting payment and outlining the consequences of non-payment. In most cases, sending a demand letter will prompt the debtor to take action and pay what they owe. If you are considering sending a demand letter, we have provided a sample template that you can use.
University of Uyo,
Akwa Ibom State.
NON-PAYMENT OF SALARY SINCE FEBRUARY 2020 TILL DATE
I wish to refer to my earlier applications on the above subject dated June 6, 2020, July 6, 2020 and July 13, 2020.
I hereby state that my former name was Miss Emeka Uso which I used in capturing and was later change to Emeka Ikenna on 9th of June, 2020 to reflect my marital status.
I am a staff working in the Department of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages, University of Uyo with staff No. UU/PF/11090.
My Account Details are:
Account Name: Emeka Ikenna
Account Name: 137101*******
I wish to clearly state that for six months now since February till date I have not received any salary but the pay slip se have been received up-to May, 2020.
In view of the above, I wish to request that the arrears be paid to me to alleviate my suffering.
Photocopies of the Bank Statement, pay slip, capturing form, change of name, affidavit and newspaper publication, appointment letter and staff identity card are attached for your urgent attention, please.