Jessica Baker | Director for Data Quality, Gift Processing and Strategy
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I was just having this discussion with someone.
To me, this is the same for credit card gifts (not processed – no approval code) that have been put in a mailbox. The person I spoke with believes that when a credit card number is written on an appeal device and put in the USPS box, the date of the gift is the postmarked date on the envelope. I say the date of gift is when the credit card is charged & approved.
Thanks, John. It was friendly debate, but I knew I was correct. I always refer to my mentor – John Taylor!
That's a great way to explain this, Isaac. Many thanks!