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Writing a Formal Letter

BigBearBigBear If your life had a face, I would punch it.Registered User regular
edited February 2012 in Help / Advice Forum
I'm writing a letter to the US District Supreme Court to exclude myself from this:

I just want to make sure I'm writing and formatting this thing correctly. Does anyone know if I need to change anything here?

Here's what I got so far:

Street Address
City, State, Zip Code
Home: Home Phone Number
Cell: Cell Phone Number

1 February 2012
Netflix Litigation Exclusions
P.O. 2602
Faribault, MN 55021-9602

In re: Online DVD Rental Antitrust Litigation, MDL No. 2029

To Whom It May Concern,

I am writing this letter to officially state that I want to be excluded from the Netflix Litigation Class. I have no desire whatsoever to participate in the class action lawsuit against Netflix, nor do I wish to receive anything from the Wal-Mart Settlement.


___________________________________ ________________


The lines are so I can sign my name and date it. Sorry, but I didn't want to include my personal info in this post. So, does this look right?

BigBear on


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    LeptonLepton Registered User regular
    That looks good, my only recommendation is to replace "To Whom It May Concern" with "Sir or Madam".

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    LiiyaLiiya Registered User regular
    The rule of beginning and ending a letter is that if you begin with "Dear Sir" you end with "Yours faithfully" to avoid two 'S's together. But if you know the name end with "Yours sincerely". This was the rule I was taught it school.

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