Gun Businesses Scramble After Credit Card Service Stops Processing Payments on all Gun Purchases Without Warning

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Alicia Powe
June 12, 2018

Mixing politics and business is bad business. Just ask the NFL.

But that isn’t stopping the credit service, Intuit, from taking a stance against the Constitution.

Intuit, without warning, ceased processing credit card payments at firearm-related businesses across the country, resulting in small businesses scrambling to track down customers to get them to pay their bills.

Intuit maintains its actions are justified because the company has a “face-to-face” policy prohibiting firearms from being directly sold to customers, the New York Post reports. However, many of the guns businesses sold were sent to federally-licensed firearms dealers near the customers, where a background check can be completed prior to possession.

And the payments that are failing to process don’t only involve firearms, but gun safety classes, T-shirts, coffee mugs, safety training classes and gun-related gear.

Intuit, a financial software and tax preparation company that produces TurboTax and QuickBooks, credited the money back to the customers’ accounts, even after the purchase was shipped, the New York Post reports.

Intuit has not returned the Gateway Pundit’s request for comment.

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