Write a letter to the bank's head office. In your letter: explain why you are writing express concern about the missing card ask them what they intend to do

Dear Sir/Madam Hello, I am writing in the matter of me missing my credit from my
last
trip to London, so
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came back home and noticed that I am missing the card and I looked for it in every bag I have and place I have been thrown,
unfortunately
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nothing came up.
However
, I remembered
this
morning that I
last
used it in the airport when I grabbed a cup of
cafe
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from Starbucks, and I am really concerned that the credit fall in the wrong hands or someone might use it for
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wrong thing! Or even steal my money since it's a credit card and it the buyer himself does not have to insert any password to buy anything with it. To illustrate , I am really wondering what is the process that the bank is going to take for it. And I really want to prove that nobody took a pen from my visa! I am really looking forward
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your
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. Yours faithfully
Mrs.
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Maha

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Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately

Linking words are very important in your essay.

To score effectively on your IELTS exam, you should make an effort to implement short concise sentences coupled with linking words.

Almost every sentence in your essay should have a linking word of some sort.

In fact, the only sentences that can omit linking words are your background sentence and thesis.

Linking word examples:

  • firstly
  • secondly
  • thirdly
  • in additional
  • moreover
  • also
  • for example
  • for instance
  • therefore
  • however
  • although
  • even though
  • despite

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