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Personal Apology Letter – Useful Samples & Examples

Sometimes we get frustrated and hyper. It is so easy that when you are angry you can say something that will hurt others. After cooling down and getting into terms with what happened you may feel so sorry for the words that made another person feel bad. If you committed something that makes you feel sorry saying sorry through an apology letter will not only leave your mind and thoughts peaceful and also makes the person forgive and probably forget it. Saying sorry may arise from different situations hence an apology letter may differ from another depending on the circumstances, here are some personal apology letters you may write:

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Sincere Personal Apology Letter

This personal apology  letter is directed to a customer or a friend by organizations businesses apologizing for any mistake(s) that have happened unintentionally. It is intended to continue maintaining the good relationships between customers and clients or between friends.

Sincere Personal Apology Letter
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It is written when you make someone fail to understand something correctly or when there is a quarrel or disagreement between two people or person. It helps to improve the image of a business by bringing the two parties that didn’t agree on something together.

Apology Letter for Misunderstanding

Apology Letter for Misunderstanding
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Businesses and individuals can fail to communicate their intentions and ideas successfully. This can lead to adverse decisions being made which can hurt the business. An apology letter when this happens is a good way to say sorry for not delivering the message in a clear and more precise manner.

Apology Letter for Miscommunication

Apology Letter for Miscommunication
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Things not to mention in an apology letter

  • Don’t give blames or excuses: Just say you are sorry for what happened; blaming another person may seem that you are not sorry at all. Just be clear and admit you did a mistake.
  • Don’t use words that make the person feel that you don’t regret your action or words as this may make him/her doubt your apology. For example, avoid words such as “I am sorry you felt that way.”
  • Avoid making demands: avoid insisting on forgiveness and asking something else.
  • Avoid repeating the mistake when writing the apology letter: Repetition of the same mistake suggest you are not careful of avoiding the same situation.
  • Don’t overstate your mistake it may hurt more: Be precise and don’t be vague, go directly to the point of what happened without exaggeration.