I have a crypto.com credit card. Koinly handles cashbacks fine. My question is for cashback reversals. How should those be handled? Currently Koinly categorizes them as ‘sends’/withdraws, and thus I have gains, which isn’t right.
My workaround, until I hear otherwise, is to manually tag them as ‘gifts’. Thoughts?
Oh, and I saw a comment elsewhere to simply delete both the reversal and the original cashback… Problem with that is most of my reversals are adjustments/partial reversals. And the way Crypto.com handles these makes it extremely difficult to know which partial reversal is for which cashback, and I have so many, that it would be extremely tedious to try to go through manually and adjust ‘an original’ cashback (as I wouldn’t be certain it was actually THE original), and then also delete the reversal. So ‘gifting’ the reversal seems like a decent ‘compromise’, but again, looking for advice. Plus, if I ever did manually make all those adjustments… if ever I had an import issue and had to re-do the import (Koinly BADLY needs an ‘undo import/undo action’ function), it would then be near impossible to exactly replicate my steps, whereby going back and ‘gifting’ the reversals, while annoying, is feasible.