I'm sending a formal letter to an adjudicator but do not know his or her name. What would be the most appropriate salutation?
Dear Adjudicator: Dear adjudicator: Dear sir or madam: To whom it may concern:
To whom it may concern - unknown post (Adjudicator in this case)
Dear Sir or Madam
Preferably, Dear [name with title]
I would address it
To the Adjudicator.
This is nice and specific and lets the recipient know that the letter is specifically intended for them, as opposed to a general 'Dear Sir/Madam' or 'To whom it may concern' which could be received by anybody.