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710430 - Letter to Central Bank of India written from Bombay

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Letter to Central Bank of India, Bombay

P.O.Box 387
Fort, Bombay-1
(89 Warden Road,Akash- Ganga
30th April               71

Central Bank of India
Gwalia Tank Branch

Dear Sir:

From the passbook from your Ballyganj Branch, Calcutta, it appears that they have credited Rs. 14,249.04 to my account, but in my passbook for my account 14538 with you you have credited the amount transferred as Rs. 14,239.31 only. There is a difference of Rs. 9.73. Please credit this amount to my account and explain why the amount credited was less. I am not prepared to pay for your inter-branch transfers. That is not the system as it is already agreed by you in your letter dated 2nd March, 1971, No. 20/84.

Thanking you to please do the needful and oblige, I am,

Yours faithfully,

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami