In order to order VGlove medical examination gloves, customers need to prepare sufficient documents to express their desires and capabilities, including the following documents:
1. Letter of intent
A letter of intent (LOI) is a document declaring the preliminary commitment of one party to do business with another. The letter outlines the chief terms of a prospective deal. Commonly used in major business transactions, LOIs are similar in content to term sheets. One major difference between the two, though, is that LOIs are presented in letter formats, while term sheets are listicle in nature.
- Note: In the LOI, it is necessary to clearly state the order requirements, including the quantity of the order ordered, the desired delivery time, and the requirements for the specifications and certificates of the product. If the purchasing unit is not the source owner, a Letter of Attorney (LOA) is required by the source owner.
2. Proof of funds
Proof of funds (POF) refers to a document or documents that demonstrate a person or entity has the ability and funds available for a specific transaction. Proof of funds usually comes in the form of a bank, security, or custody statement. The purpose of the proof of funds document is to ensure that the funds needed to execute the transaction fully are accessible and legitimate.