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Offline armoredman

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Re: Somebody's suing PayPal
« Reply #15 on: September 22, 2017, 01:04:11 AM »
PP did indeed send CGW a "cease and desist" e-mail about magazines.  They threatened to shut down our processing (at the time they were our main processor) unless we removed all magazines over 10 rounds from our website.  We had no choice.   They even called us and asked if we were processing anything to do with an actual serial numbered firearm or frame and emphatically warned us not to so.

Since I have to be me (not always a good thing) I told them they were violating everyone's constitution rights and I personally thought they were acting like a socialist/communist regime.  They really don't care what I think.

We are confident they sabotaged our "Add to Cart" feature on certain items.  So if I ever get the chance to meet a PP higher up, I plan to tell them to go to jump up the devil's you know what.

I was going to say, "Don't hold back, tell us what you REALLY feel", but I'd probably end up violating my own decency rules...

Offline Firearms Depot

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Re: Somebody's suing PayPal
« Reply #16 on: September 22, 2017, 09:56:24 AM »
I know of many gun enthusiasts having their personal PayPal accounts closed and "Frozen" because of attempting to pay for serial numbered firearms or parts (lowers) thru their gifting feature. "FROZEN" means PayPal doesn't release your funds up to six months. It clearly state the policies when you sign up. I for one, spreads the word to how anti gun the CA based company is. I closed my account years ago due to their policies. I do believe though since it is their company, they can set the policies and I do with my little business. Spread the word!

Offline SigSense

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Re: Somebody's suing PayPal
« Reply #17 on: September 26, 2017, 05:36:00 PM »
As others have opined, just don't use PP. They have publicly made their policy known (anti-2nd Amendment).