Banks Denying Credit/Debit Card Transactions for gun/supplies purchases

  • Banks Denying Credit/Debit Card Transactions for gun/supplies purchases

    Posted by PinballPreparedness on December 10, 2022 at 11:23 am

    Feel free to add to this topic for banks that are denying transactions at Gun Shops. We all need to know who the banks are that are violating our Constitutional Rights so that we can cease doing business with them.

    Forcht Bank – KY

    MartHale7 replied 1 year, 6 months ago 6 Members · 5 Replies
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  • Gimi

    Member
    December 10, 2022 at 11:58 am

    Pay cash and ask for a discount! Everyone comes out ahead…except the banks. It’s just 1 more record of everything we buy.

    I agree we shouldn’t patronize any of these companies that try to control us or don’t support us.

    Tractor Supply and their ESG policy is one I’m having a problem with right now. I can avoid most of the rest very easily. I spend more feeding animals than on anything else around here. There are other options and we’re making adjustments to store more bulk feeds.

    Do we really want them to make money from our purchases? They charge hefty fees to the vendors if we use these cards and it only enables them to sell us again. They’ve collected more data on us that they can turn around and sell to more woke companies that want to control us.

    We’re on Social Security and trying to figure out exactly how much we to leave in the bank to cover the drafted utilities. Diesel is high and I don’t need to have to make a special trip to deposit cash because I decided to buy something online.

    We’re basically ghosts to the banks. Stay out of debt type people who pay green cash for a lot of purchases.

    We aren’t perfect, but we’re trying to support the people and causes we believe in.

    • MartHale7

      Member
      December 10, 2022 at 5:38 pm

      I have been working to grow the feed for my livestock, I have been looking into tree hay and root crops to feed. So hard to grow all that you need, but I am working on it.

  • JulieDogmom

    Member
    December 10, 2022 at 12:33 pm

    Thank you for this Pinball. With all these ESG companies and their nonsense I knew it wouldn’t be long until one connected to another. Ex: Mastercard tracking, restricting and/or changing certain policies to stomp on customers Constitutional rights. Banks, credit unions debit/credit cards and even store credit cards 9x out of 10 will have the Mastercard or Visa logo. So there is a possibility that it may not be the banks themselves but Mastercard putting this garbage in place. Not that the banks shouldn’t bear the responsibility or consequences, because they absolutely have the choice to one finger salute Mastercard too. I’ve been waiting and watching to see if my credit union does anything like this because they are Mastercard affiliated too. I have noticed that they have changed the way they label certain businesses transactions on my online statement.

  • SovereignCitizen

    Member
    December 10, 2022 at 12:42 pm

    Being a firearms retailer and manufacture myself, it has gotten exponentially harder to to business because of credit card processing. Companies reduce to do virtual payments due to the transaction being “high risk”. There are a few good companies out there that still allow it to be done. I’m actually in the process of getting things set up with Bonginos parallel economy which is serviced by Fortis. Seems to be the best option for those of you who are looking for a card processing option.

  • Scrapmetal

    Member
    December 10, 2022 at 4:03 pm

    Capitol one is good.They didn’t v want to report it but have to

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