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Credit Service Intuit Addresses Refusal To Process Gun Purchases

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 7:58
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Credit card processing firm Intuit addressed allegations it shut down payments on all gun purchases Opens a New Window. .

A number of businesses Opens a New Window. were recently interrupted – without notice – after the company refused to process orders of gun-related sales, the New York Post Opens a New Window. reported.

However, the company said it does allow gun purchases with their services.

“The policies apply to payments received by companies in industries that are regulated by federal and state law, such as sales of pharmaceuticals, tobacco sales, pet sales, alcohol sales and firearms and weapons sales,” Intuit said in a blog post Opens a New Window. . “Our company does NOT prohibit ANY of these regulated industries – including the firearms industry – from using QuickBooks for payment processing.”

Read the rest of the article: https://www.foxbusiness.com/features/credit-service-intuit-addresses-refusal-to-process-gun-purchases



Source: http://www.weapon-blog.com/2018/06/credit-service-intuit-addresses-refusal-to-process-gun-purchases/

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