A bunch of gun-related business across the U.S. were disrupted without warning in recent weeks when the credit service Intuit stopped processing their credit card payments. Why? Simply because their sales were gun-related.
In a blatant display of discrimination, Intuit stopped payments that didn't even involve gun purchases, including purchases of t-shirts and coffee mugs as well as gun safety classes, according to this story from the NY Post.
The story says businesses have had to scramble to track down customers and get them to pay after their accounts were credited for the purchases they made, even if the things they bought had already been shipped.
According to The Post, Ken Campbell at Gunsite Academy in Paulden, Arizona told the paper that he had just switched credit card processors in the spring to Intuit, which owns the TurboTax and Quicken software companies.