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Thanks Frank and Merry and Tuha and Caledonia everybody else very much for helping with this. Tuha is right, it may not seem like a lot of money for a group like the WPI (altho they can use everything they can get) but it is alot of money for Phoenix Rising and it really does make a difference. I'm really surprised at how effective the IGive search can be.
I'm going to send out an email to the newsletter subscribers showing the different ways to support PR and we'll see if we can get some more people searching. I'm really shocked at how helpful the 7 people have been at the search. I'm sure some people are really putting some time in - Thanks!
I noticed the dramatic drop in money raised as well. It didn't go to me and I put in a ticket to them.
The missing $$ is distressing...Hope it's just somewhere being made into a check!
I had a question for those who registered with iGive...I do my searching there anonymously because
I was afraid registering might up the solicitation spam in my inbox. Have any of you who registered there found that to be the case, or have you been spared an onslaught?
So cort, let us know then where the problem is. I also ask myself if Franks video should be so public. i think iGive wouldnt be happy from the activities like this. Or do you think they already count with it? they already did some restrictions - I dont remember how many but there is a maximal searching per minute. it would be pity if they would make more restrictions.
This is to inform you that we discovered certain supporters of yours who have been performing searches that do not meet our definition of a "Qualified Search". This activity violates our terms of service. (Terms are available for review at:http://isearch.igive.com/FAQ.cfm)
We will be contacting the members directly to cease this behavior.
This explains the drop in Cause Stats figure of $28.92.