I've got an email about rejecting the sponsorship letter. Is it polite to reply with "Noted and thank you for your kind assistance in this matter." ?

  • They probably do not expect a response, but I do not know full context. I would suggest that any response you make be worded in such a way as to not oblige the recipient to respond. your wording seems apropriate. This question might be better asked on interpersonal.stackexchange.com
    – Jasen
    Jan 26 '18 at 11:05

If you want to formally reply to the rejection email, I would elaborate a bit on your Original reply like this:

Thank you for notifying me of the rejection and for your assistance in this matter.

Don't forget to start and end the email with a formal salutation and sign off.


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