Re: Disburse or Disperse
Originally, I thought it was
Disperse, but when I checked Disburse, it also said to distribute to a
My understanding of the two words suggests that neither is right. Disburse means to give out, but is specific to money (so your loan officers may understand the pun). Disperse means to scatter in different directions (of people, animals, etc.) Wouldn't 'Potential Customers Form' do the job better?
I'd just label the form 'Leads'.
Kat Nagel, MasterWork Consulting
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