Publisher: Booher Consultants
Editions: English
Format: Kindle, NOOK Book

How to Write Apology Letters
by Dianna Booher

Have you ever tried to apologize to someone and realized that your apology made things worse? It happens. Apologies are difficult because you’re already dealing with a negative situation. The other person hears you from a negative state of mind. Your challenge with an apology letter then is to disarm the other person quickly so you can start to turn the situation around.

If you still can’t find the right words to apologize and improve the situation quickly, try this professionally written package of sample apology letters, notes, and emails.

In How to Write Apology Letters, you’ll find examples for personal situations such as:

  • Making an Insensitive Remark
  • Argument with a Friend
  • Behaving Inappropriately
  • Disturbing Neighbors
  • Friend Behaving Inappropriately
  • Pets Behavior
  • Bouncing Check
  • Failing to Invite A Friend to a Party
  • Failing to Provide Information
  • Damaging Property
  • Missing Events
  • Change of Plans
  • Being Unable to Attend an Event
  • Missing a Deadline
  • Not Having Written
  • Forgetting Someone’s Name

You’ll also find examples for these business situations:

  • Defective Products—Not Your Fault
  • Defective Products—Your Fault
  • Service Issues—Not Your Fault
  • Service Issues—Your Fault

You have two choices for how to use How to Write Apology Letters. Either …

1. Download the PDF package and select the apology letter you need. Then copy and paste it into Microsoft Word or any other word processor. Send it out.

2. Read samples to “get the flavor” of what the apology letter or note should say. Then “pick and choose” sentences you like to use in composing your own apology letter or note.

Total Number of Sample Apology Letters: 57
Total Number of Situations/Topics: 25

If you need an apology letter to show someone that you want to make amends and keep the relationship in tact—and yet you don’t have the time or the skill to find exactly the right words—let us help.