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How would you normally format a testimonial?

Asked by Bellatrix (21254points) October 27th, 2011

I have to write a testimonial. I don’t know who the end reader is so how would you normally start such a document?

Dear xxx

To whom it may concern.

Just not sure how to format out the start.

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whitetigress's avatar

Find out who you are writing to, if you don’t know. To whom it may concern is fine. Just say right away who you are and in what regards you are writing for.

Blueroses's avatar

Dear Sir or Madam or To Whom it May Concern (I just double-checked the capitalization protocol) covers all your bases regardless of the recipient. The reader isn’t going to be as concerned with the address as he/she is with the content.

Bellatrix's avatar

Thanks! All done and sent off. I just wasn’t sure.

Blueroses's avatar

Hurray! Something off the to-do list… celebrate with wine!

Bellatrix's avatar

Lol, later maybe. Still working. Thanks for your help @whitetigress and you my friend @Blueroses.

lillycoyote's avatar

@Bellatrix I’ve arrived late once again and I don’t know if I could have helped you but you’ve sent your testimonial off, so it’s moot anyway, so… all that is left to do is to congratulate you for doing so and for striking yet another item off your to-do list! Yay, Bellatrix!

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