Request Letter by Customer to Waive Bank Fee

Request Letter by Customer to Waive Bank Fee

[This is a sample Request Letter by Customer to Waive Bank Fee. You can follow this request letter to waive bank fee is written by the customer of a bank to bank authorities requesting them to waive the bank fees for various reasons, as may be illustrated. To avoid excessive loss of money through bank fee payments, the customer may request the bank to waive off the fees. You can make changes as per your requirements.]


Customer name…

Home/Office Address…

Date: DD/MM/YY (Date on Which Letter is Written)


Concern Authority name…

Bank and Branch name…

Subject: Requesting Waiver of Bank Fees.

Dear (Sir or Madam),

This is to bring to your attention that I, (name of customer) am a customer of the (name of the bank and branch) and have a savings account bearing the number (account number). (Describe in your words). I was recently intimated via mail that a sum of (sum and currency; money amount) had been charged for (bank expense details). The mail also notified me that the said amount would be deducted from my savings account. (Explain all about the information).

Upon scrutinizing my bank details, you will be made aware that I am a student living away from my parents. The sum of (sum and currency) is indeed an exorbitant amount, and I cannot afford to pay it. (Explain the actual problem and situation). I, therefore, request you to waive the said amount. I was made aware that your bank issues waivers to students on a discretionary basis. (Describe your requirements). I request you to kindly consider the same and waive the said amount of bank fees that are due from me.

Please feel free to contact me if you require additional information. I would be truly grateful if this request is accepted.

Thank you,


(name and designation)


[Note: A bank fee may be accumulated in the account of a customer for receiving a service that is not a routine bank function. Bank fees may also accumulate if the customer defaults on loans, debts or if the customer maintains a bank overdraft.]