I have received an email from Cosenza explaining the cost for an atto di matrimonio. I am sending the requested importi and want to include, in a handwritten note on a copy of the email, which references the atto and its number, a brief note. Is this considered rude and should I send a typed note included with the email?
Here is a copy of the note I want to include, does it seem too abrupt? I certainly don't want to insult anyone:
Gentile dottoressa XXXXX,
Includo 2â‚¬ per la copia atto di matrimonio. Ringraziandovi in anticipo.
Thank you Livio. I will let you know when (if) it arrives. By the way, I ordered this document through the Archivo Di Stato Di Cosenza website. This is the first time I have not requested a document through the mail. This might be too convienent to be true.
I have just received the atto di matrimonio from Calabria. As I mentioned in an earlier post, this document was requested through Cosenza's official webpage portal. I mailed the 2â‚¬ with the thank you note that Livio tweaked for me on the 26 April and recieved the document today 4 May.