Credit service shuts down payments on all gun purchases



Ridiculous! I was fortunate enough to to pay all my cards off about 6 or 7 years ago. Now, if I want a new gun, I only pay cash! Credit cards are so easy to max out, they’re a real mother fuc#@r to pay back!


We don’t always pay cash, but when we use credit cards, we always pay them off at the end of the month.

So, we don’t buy something if we can’t pay it off that month.

Never pay interest that way (and never run up debts, either).


We, at Dark Corner Gunworks, had an issue getting a merch account so we could accept credit cards bc all the big companies won’t accept any gun-related business. In fact, they put “guns” in the same category with prostitution, human trafficking, and drugs. Nice…


Communist plan/plot



:point_up_2: He’s not wrong


Its a shame tactic,

I was shamed right into hanging a 6’ Confederate flag in my living room

Though I usually refer to it as Saint Andrews cross


:+1::+1::+1: Because I could only like the post once. Lol


Be aware that company also produces TurboTax and QuickBooks. Waiting for credit company that ONLY processes prostitution, strip club expenses, sex toys, alcohol, smoking supplies, tattoos, knives, guns, ammo, and porn subscriptions. Then, I can consolidate my bills.




Great. Now I have to switch my tax software. Damn. And I really liked that software.




In 2019, I predict that some anti-2A companies will start experiencing protests from stockholders. Now that our stock market value is dropping, these companies are losing even more money by shunning the firearms industry. It’s only a matter of time before money talks and bull$hit walks. Just my $0.02.


Exactly what I think. If we got together and started turning the tables on the banks, this shit would stop.


Theres none of that happening :expressionless:


Yeah, it’s hardly in a banks interest to turn away business.
Credit cards must be a huge part of theirs.
Didn’t Wells Fargo recently announce they still want gun industry accounts?


It being Tax Time remember TurboTax is an Intuit product.
Just Sayin…