What can I say instead of kind regards?
Kind Regards AlternativesSincerely.Cordially.Many thanks.Take care.Sending you the best.Respectfully.Thank you for reading.With gratitude. •25 Jun 2019
Whats another way to say regards?
What is another word for regards?sincerelybest wisheskindest regardskind regardsrespectfullyyours faithfullybest regardssincerely yoursyours sincerelyyours truly
Whats another way to say warm regards?
20+ Alternatives to “Warm Regards” or “Best Wishes”“Sincerely”“Appreciated”“Respectfully yours”“Thank you so much”“Thank you”“With appreciation”“Very best”“Best” •16 Jul 2021
Can you say kindest regards?
“Kind regards” or “Best regards” are both good. But if theyve written “cheers”, so can you. If youre writing the first email and youve never spoken to the customer before, start off fairly formally – you can always adopt a chattier tone later if they do.
What can I use instead of best wishes?
hail.compliments.felicitations.greetings.good going.good wishes.good work.give a hear-hear
Can you use salutations as a greeting?
A salutation is a greeting, whether its Dear sir in a letter or Hey there! in person. The expression Greetings and salutations! contains two words meaning pretty much the same thing: A salutation is a form of greeting.
How do you use kindest regards?
Kind regards is a slightly more formal version of best regards that still shows respect. It can be used when introducing yourself to someone in an email or when emailing a supervisor or executive in your company.
How do you end a letter to an unknown person?
If you do not know the name of the person you are writing to, begin with Dear Sir or Dear Sir or Madam or Dear Madam and end your letter with Yours faithfully, followed by your full name and designation.
Is To Whom It May Concern still acceptable?
To Whom It May Concern is an outdated, though still sometimes used, letter greeting, and there are now better options for starting a letter. When other options dont work for your correspondence, its acceptable to start a letter with To Whom It May Concern.