Posts Tagged bank of america

McMillan Merchant Solutions

The company that revolutionized stocks has started a credit card processing company. The new company was created after McMillan‘s bank account at Bank of America was abruptly cancelled without explanation.

More information can be found in this article from World Net Daily.

McMillan Merchant Solutions

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Is Bank of America Anti-Gun?

From Unlawful News:

According to a Facebook post by the owner of American Spirit Firearms, Bank of America has decided to weigh in on the gun debate by freezing his account. Joe Sirochman, Owner of American Spirit Firearms, says Bank of America froze his account after people at the bank decided he shouldn’t be allowed to sell guns on the internet.

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Islamist group warns of new cyber attacks on U.S. banks

From: Raw Story

DUBAI — An Islamist group on Tuesday said it will carry out new cyber attacks on US banking targets, according to SITE Intelligence Group, following similar attacks last week in response to an anti-Islam film.

In a statement a group of hackers calling themselves the “Cyber Fighters of Izz al-Din al-Qassam” said they planned to attack the website of Wells Fargo bank on Tuesday, that of US Bank on Wednesday and the PNC Bank on Thursday, SITE said.

Last week the websites of US banks Chase (a JPMorgan Chase affiliate) and Bank of America suffered a suspected cyber attack following threats against them by the same group.

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NAGR Interviews Kelly McMillan of McMillan Firearms

It was recently reported that McMillan Firearms was asked to close their account with Bank of America due to the nature of McMillan’s business. Dudley Brown of the National Association of Gun Rights interviewed McMillan about the incident. Bank of America denies the claims by McMillan.

Here is another interview by NRA:

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Bank of America Anti-Gun?

McMillan Firearms is claiming Bank of America terminated their account because of the industry they were in and because of political reasons.

From Guns.com:

Lastly, and to clarify the impetus behind the decision, McMillan asked, “So you are telling me this is a politically motivated decision, is that right?”

According to McMillan, Fox answered in the affirmative and that was the end of the meeting.

 

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