Dear Mr. Huang,
Thank you for your reference letter written for Mr. Zhang Hua to facilitate his application for the position of store manager in our company.
Attached please find a copy of the reference letter that we have received. If you would like to provide us with any additional information about the candidate, please contact us by fax: 027-84115133 or by e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org .
I acknowledge receipt of your letter of March 10, 2011, enclosing a copy of my recommendation for Zhang Hua.
As I have mentioned in the reference letter, Mr. Zhang was always punctual, hard-working and ready to take on new responsibilities. He has developed into a resourceful and result-oriented store keeper who, I believe, will be a good asset to your company.
I was shocked to receive your letter of March 10, 2011, attaching a copy of the so-called recommendation from me.
I have to clarify that I have never written such a letter for Mr. Zhang Hua. I will not be responsible for the lines about his merits and achievements in the letter. I suggest you be cautious about employing this man.