Report: 'Lotteries outperform door-to-door and face-to-face on attrition'
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Report: 'Lotteries outperform door-to-door and face-to-face on attrition'

25 May 2016 | Hugh Radojev
Tags: Lotteries

Direct debit lotteries are performing “much better in terms of attrition” than door to door and private site face-to-face donor campaigns, according to research released by Decaid Consulting.

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Report: 'Lotteries outperform door-to-door and face-to-face on attrition'

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