Bank of America is already in hot water after it was learned that they cooperated with federal investigators and turned over private banking information of Americans that were in the DC area on January 6th without receiving a subpoena. Now another major US bank is refusing to do business with a company because they are Trump supporters.
Chase Bank has suddenly stopped allowing a pro-Trump coffee company from using its payment processing service, WePay, and will not allow them to withdraw any funds.
Coffee Coffee, was founded in 2018, and declares they are a “Coffee For Deplorables By Deplorables.” The companies goal is to “provide proud to Americans access to world-class coffee without having to fund your political and cultural opponents.”
The company was informed via email that Chase Bank will no longer allow them to use their payment processing service because payments were “for one or more of the activities prohibited by” their terms of service.
“Unfortunately, you will no longer be able to use WePay Payments to accept additional payments,” the email continued. “Any pending payments will be canceled and you won’t be able to withdraw funds at this time.”
A company spokesperson said that they’ve used WePay for two years and have never experienced an issue with the bank.
The company has been censored before following a launch on Amazon. In 2019 they were prohibited from advertising on the platform and were told they were not allowed to use the phrase “Make America Great Again” because Amazon believed the slogan “incites hate.”
Covfefe Coffee is currently using PayPal however, who knows how long that will last.
The pro-Trump business being censored comes after the news about Bank of America cooperated with federal investigators and customers are furious with the bank.
Security Experts are hammering the bank for just handing over customer data to the feds investigating the January 6th riot at the Capitol.
The bank gave the feds financial data of 211 of its clients who used a credit and or debit card for lodging, food and other purchases in Washington around the dates of January 6th, no subpoena was issued.
“That’s just not a good reason to hand over private information. If that’s the way they do business now, then the people of this country really have something to worry about,” said Bernard Kerik, a security consultant who headed the NYPD in 2000 and 2001.
Former NYPD sergeant Joseph Giacalone has compared the federal probe to a “fishing expedition” has no specific targets.
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