More about Network for Good's decision to not do business with Israel

As The JIDF reported, Network for Good chooses to not do business certain countries claiming:

Due to high rates of fraud, donations to U.S. non-profits are not accepted for cardholders from the following countries: Ukraine, Indonesia, Yugoslavia, Lithuania, Egypt, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Russia, Pakistan, Malaysia, Israel, Nigeria and Ghana.
The JIDF is looking into the issue to find out how this list was created by Network for Good--especially as many other online payment systems do business with Israel. Although the JIDF has found various sources of information claiming that Israel is a "high-risk" country for credit card fraud, the following countries or regions which Network for Good does do business with are ALSO listed throughout the web as being "high risk."
Vietnam, Singapore, Uganda, Hungary, Belarus, Benin, Estonia, Latvia, Macedonia, Philippines, Thailand, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Sudan
The JIDF is interested in facts and figures which support the claim that Israel is "high-risk" for credit card fraud. There have been some random lists compiled, but nothing explaining precisely why certain countries are on this list, stating facts and figures, etc.

Due to the fact that "Palestine" was originally listed as a country within their system, as well as the fact that many of countries and various NGO's in which Network for Good does business are clearly anti-Israel, we feel the non-inclusion of Israel might be for political reasons having nothing to do with credit card fraud at all.

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