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Big things are happening in the mailing world – and every nonprofit should be in the know! Join our web series to learn about Informed Delivery, which allows nonprofits to digitally engage with donors before their mail reaches their mailbox. Plus, learn how to comply with the new change-of-address requirements to avoid costly errors. Webcast airs March 14th at 2pm EST. Reserve now!
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(Press release, Jan. 21, 2015) — Melissa Data, a provider of contact data quality and address management solutions, announced the availability of real-time email mailbox verification for its Global Email Cloud Service solution. Email mailbox verification helps remove up to 95 percent of bad emails in a customer database and is a critical tool in improving email deliverability. With this feature, users have a powerful new tool to help prevent bouncebacks and avoid spam traps — protecting sender reputation from blacklisting.
This session helps you sort through data issues and offers ideas to avoid the typical traps, such as collecting it and then wasting it.
Someone has hijacked the tax identity of more than 2,300 tiny or defunct nonprofits, apparently taking advantage of a hole in a new electronic Internal Revenue Service filing system to list the same person as a charitable official at the same mail box drop in Las Vegas.
The charities, most of which seem to be religious in nature, all identify a “principal officer” as one William Alexander of Non Profit Accounting Services, with a stated location at a mail-box office address on N. Rainbow Blvd. in Las Vegas.
This week's insider includes a contact data appliance, a consultant acquisition and a new crowd-funding platform for fundraisers.
This week's industry news includes a new partnership, recognition for a women-run business, and an Ebbie Award winner.