Companies taking sides against gun owners

Intuit_Credit_CardsIn the wake of yesterday’s report that democrats are calling for banks to deny services to gun manufacturers comes a report that some credit card processors are no longer willing to process payments for gun dealers.

Tennessee’s NewsChannel 5 reports that Intuit Payment Solutions has started sending cancellation notices to those who sell firearms, ammunition, gun parts and accessories.  According to the report, the letter contains the following comment, “Intuit does not support the services you are providing.

Remember this when it comes time to select your tax preparation software this year. Make sure to let Intuit know that you do not support the services they are providing!

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About John Pierce

Monachus Lex is written by Virginia attorney John Pierce. John is a life-long gun rights advocate, an NRA certified instructor and co-founder of the nationwide gun rights group OpenCarry.org.

He has an undergraduate degree in Computer Information Systems, an MBA from George Mason University and is a 2012 Honors Graduate of Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, MN.

Professionally, John is a member of the American Bar Association Second Amendment Civil Rights Litigation Subcommittee and his writings have been published by the ABA Civil Rights Litigation Committee and the ABA Minority Trial Lawyer Committee.

In addition, his open carry advocacy has been featured on Nightline and The Daily Show With Jon Stewart.
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3 Responses to Companies taking sides against gun owners

  1. Ed Turney says:

    Give us a list of Intuits customers and WE WILL cease to do business with them.

  2. Evan says:

    F!? I’m on their subscription plan and already paid for this year’s software and have already started on my returns. So my option is to throw it away and start over with a competitor or fork over the filing fees and cancel. At the very least, I should print and file at no extra fee via mail. Grumble.

    On the plus side, I recently discovered Wave Apps for affordable small business accounting and payroll and avoided going the Quicken/Quickbooks route.

  3. chris hall says:

    I was squawking about this a year ago. They refused to do business with my company. zombie killers ammo and guns llc.

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