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If offer refused

Sample letter D- If offer is refused (docx)

About sample letter D 

You can adapt and use this sample letter to reply to a secondary creditor if your offer is refused.    

Contact MABS for advice and support if you need to. 

You’ll notice that at the top of the letter that we use a technical term: ‘Without prejudice’. It’s important to use this term as it has a legal meaning.  

We use the phrase ‘without prejudice’ to show that you are making this offer in a genuine attempt to tackle your debt. Using this phrase means that your creditor cannot then use this letter in any future court action if that occurs.

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