Chase Bank has stopped pro-Trump coffee company Covfefe Coffee from using its payment processor service, WePay, for seemingly no legitimate reason.In an email sent to Covfefe Coffee, Chase Bank claimed that the pro-Trump coffee company, founded in 2018, was using their WePay payment processor “for one or more of the activities prohibited by our Terms of Service,” and that as a result, they would be withdrawing use of the service, with all pending payments cancelled.Speaking exclusively to National File, a spokesman for Covfefe Coffee noted that the company had been using the payment processor for two years without issue, and the declaration from Chase came completely out of the blue. The spokesman suggested that they were removed for solely political reasons; National File examined the Terms of Service of WePay, and could not find any legitimate reason for to have been removed.“The social credit system that is talked about in China, which conservatives say one day it’s coming here, no. We already have it,” the spokesman said:Instead of Republicans focusing on bringing in pro-Democracy Hong Kongers into our country for protection, they should focus on their voters, who pay their salary. How many lives need to be ruined? How many people need to be coerced and threatened with economic devastation until the Ben Shapiros and Mitch McConnells of the world actually do something? It’s like when people say, ‘Well there was some fraud in the election?’ Well, what percentage of fraud is okay? What percentage of cancel culture is okay? What’s it going to take?If they’re trying to ruin Trump’s life, nothing is safe. No one is coming to save us. We have no representation in government, we have no representation in “muh free market.” We wanted to provide a brand for the people. We have to start our own economy, our own nation. We have to build our own systems.National File contacted Chase Bank for comment, inquiring as to what specific activities Covfefe Coffee was allegedly engaged in that merited this decision, and whether other conservative companies had been removed from the WePay platform for similar “offenses.” Chase Bank did not respond before the time of publication.This is not the first time that Covfefe Coffee has been cancelled by major corporations for supporting President Donald Trump. In 2019, the company revealed to National File’s Editor in Chief Tom Pappert that their product had been completely pulled from Amazon after one customer complained about the taste of the coffee. A month prior, Amazon had banned them from advertising on their platform due to using the American flag in their ads.Covfefe Coffee also stood behind Kyle Rittenhouse, after the competing “conservative” coffee company Black Rifle Coffee condemned the 17-year-old. “For people who have been to war, you would think they would be ready to fight to take our country back,” a company spokesman said. “Apparently making sure the feral mob is satisfied and their corporate orthodoxy is upheld is a far greater virtue to Black Rifle Coffee than courage.”
I am deeply concerned about your cancelling former president Trump's Shopify account.This is very wrong. Shopify is a business responsible to its shareholders, not a political activism team playing with other people's money.Please immediately reinstate Trump's Shopify account and issue an apology in public.
I wouldnt close the account, just write to them and never use account. It's not much but they are loosing money on correspondence and 60c every time a card goes out.
I have an account there, but I'm going to close it and tell them why.I've already written asking them to explain why they are cancelling accounts for political reasons.I will never again in my life use Chase for anything.
What is my alternate to Chase? I have had a credit card with them since around 1989...Will M&T be sufficient? It's a regional bank.
I have an account there, but I'm going to close it and tell them why.
They didn't seem to notice.
Eventually, problems in Rome created such a flood of pamphlets calling for revolution that Augustus felt he had no option but to extend the law of treason to cover written works. So books could now be destroyed, but no death penalty was involved. When Labienus, a fierce critic of Augustus, his works incinerated, committed suicide, a furious Cassius Severus said they had better burn him too because he knew all of Labienus’s work by heart.But Rome’s next emperor Tiberius enacted the death penalty. When Cremutius Cordus’s history was burned just because he praised Caesar’s killers and did not respect the emperors enough, Tacitus commented: ‘It did in fact survive and was published. All the more, then, should we mock those dimwits who believe that today’s despotism can erase tomorrow’s memories. On the contrary, repress talent and its influence grows; the only thing that fly-by-night tyrants or suchlike have achieved is ignominy for themselves and glory for their victims.’
Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn says major U.S. bank canceled his accounts'I guess my America First political views don’t align with yours' Flynn wrote on Telegram, after Chase Bank informed him it would cancel his account due to his posing a 'reputational risk' to the company.