business

. You've written a check to Goodwill Supply, and the check has been lost. What should you do?
A. Stop payment on the first check; then write a second one.
B. Send a counter check to Goodwill.
C. Write another check immediately.
D. Call Goodwill and tell them you'll write another one.


I think the answer is A but I am not 100% on it.

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