Is "AdventistGiving. WEB PMTS 032223" fraud?

Written by Remi Russell

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "AdventistGiving. WEB PMTS 032223"?

AdventistGiving has been in business since 2006. It is an online platform designed to facilitate donations to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The platform allows church members to contribute tithes, offerings, and other financial gifts to their local congregations, as well as to various church-sponsored projects and missions. AdventistGiving provides a secure and convenient way for individuals to manage their charitable contributions to the church from anywhere with internet access.

  • AdventistGiving: Service or merchant name
  • WEB: Type of transaction (Web payment)
  • PMTS: Abbreviation for Payments
  • 032223: Transaction date (March 22, 2023)
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