This letter notifies your bank that they have bounced one or more of your checks despite your having sufficient funds to cover them.
1234, Main Street
Boston, MA 02123
04 April, 2005
<Recipient Address Goes Here>
Re: Account No. <number>
On <date>, I received a notice that my <check/checks> numbered <bounced check number(s)> had been returned due to non-sufficient funds. After a careful review of my records, I have determined that indeed there were sufficient funds in my account to cover <this/these> <check/checks>, and that it was a mistake on your part that caused <it/them> to be returned. I would, therefore, ask that you please reverse any and all service charges that have been applied to my account due to the returned <check/checks>. I would also ask that you accept these <check/checks> when they are presented for payment and that you reimburse me for fees charged by the merchants to whom <it/they> <was/were> written.
Because the fault is yours, I think this is the least you can do to correct the situation. While I realize that we all make mistakes, I certainly hope that you will be careful not to allow this to happen again in the future.
Thank you for your immediate attention to this situation.
encl: <List of enclosed items goes here>