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You have not Received the Prize Which You have Won at a Newspaper - GT Letter Samples

You have not received the prize which you have won at a newspaper.

Write a letter to the editor of the newspaper with below details:

  • details of how you won the prize

  • what is the prize given to you

  • what actions you expect to be taken


You have not Received the Prize Which You have Won at a Newspaper - GT Letter Samples

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Model Answer 1


Dear Editor,


I hope this letter finds you in good health and high spirits. It is with a blend of excitement and concern that I write to you regarding the unclaimed prize I won in the recent crossword challenge featured in your esteemed newspaper, 'The Daily Chronicle'.


The contest, held on January 15th, involved solving a particularly intricate crossword puzzle, which I was thrilled to complete successfully. My entry was selected as the winning submission, much to my delight. The prize, as announced, was a two-night stay at the luxurious Grandview Resort, a getaway I had been eagerly anticipating.


However, despite the lapse of three weeks since the announcement, I have yet to receive any communication regarding the prize delivery. This delay has caused me some inconvenience, as I had planned to utilize the prize during the upcoming holiday weekend. Therefore, I kindly request your immediate attention to this matter. I would appreciate it if you could either expedite the prize delivery or provide an update on the situation at the earliest convenience.


Your prompt response and resolution of this issue would not only reaffirm my faith in 'The Daily Chronicle' but also enhance the credibility of such contests in the future.


Thank you for your attention to this matter.


Yours sincerely,


Jordan Matthews


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Model Answer 2


Dear Editor,


I trust this letter finds you well. It is with a sense of eager anticipation tinged with a hint of disappointment that I reach out to discuss the curious case of the absent prize from your recent 'Word Wizard' contest in 'The Daily Express'.


In the exhilarating contest held on February 5th, participants were challenged to craft an original short story using a specific set of words. My submission, a tale titled "Whispers of the Wind," was selected as the winning piece, a recognition that filled me with immense pride. The prize, as declared, was a state-of-the-art digital camera, a tool I had long coveted for my budding photography hobby.


Regrettably, it has been a month since the announcement, and the prize remains undelivered. This oversight has somewhat dampened my enthusiasm, as I had hoped to use the camera for an upcoming nature photography expedition. I respectfully request your prompt intervention to rectify this situation. Ensuring the timely dispatch of the prize or providing a status update would be greatly appreciated.


Addressing this matter swiftly would not only restore my confidence in 'The Daily Express' but also uphold the integrity of your competitions for all participants.


Thank you for your consideration and prompt action.


Warm regards,


Evelyn Harper


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Model Answer 3


Dear Editor,


I trust this correspondence finds you well. I am writing to express my bewilderment and concern regarding the unfulfilled promise of a prize I was fortunate enough to win in your newspaper's recent 'Mastermind Quiz' featured in 'The Global Times'.


The challenge, unveiled on March 12th, entailed answering a series of complex riddles and logic puzzles, a task I undertook with great enthusiasm and managed to successfully navigate. My efforts were rewarded when I was declared the winner, much to my elation. The prize, a highly sought-after tablet computer, was an exciting prospect for me, especially given my keen interest in technology.


However, it has now been over four weeks since the announcement, and the prize remains conspicuously absent. This delay has led to a growing sense of disappointment, as I had planned to use the tablet for an important upcoming project. I would greatly appreciate your immediate attention to this matter. Prompt clarification of the prize's status or its expedited delivery would not only alleviate my concerns but also reinforce the trust and excitement such contests inspire among your readers.


Your swift and considerate handling of this issue would be highly valued and would serve to strengthen the bond of trust between 'The Global Times' and its dedicated readers.


Sincerely,


Alexandra Thompson


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