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today Quicken stopped all payments to any purchase gun related on their credit cards. Hmmm, wait you mean they don't want to bake a cake for me? Hmmm, and this is alright because?????? While some poor bastard nearly goes bankrupt trying to defend themselves because they didn't bake a cake, but again this is OK. Not for me people, I won't be using this software or services any longer, it makes my life easier. Stick your service and products up your F'en A$$, yep you read that right I am SOOOOOOOOOOOO sick and tired of all this **** already I had enough. So it is alright to abort how many fetuses a year? Hmmm, somebody has to explain this **** to me because I am tooo stupid to understand the reasoning behind it. I am a responsible gun owner, never did anything stupid with it, taught my kids how to use them and now I am told what I can/cannot buy, I don't think so.
It's one thing to change a policy with ample notice, but they did it without notice and left many small businesses hanging when they reversed the purchase off of a customer's card.
One of those businesses is located in Paulden Arizona and they are on the hook for many thousands of dollars. After customers legally purchased their items (guns, knives, t-shirts, etc.) and Intuit processed the payment, Intuit reversed the payment and sent the money back to the customer . . . not to the business that sold the items.
Basically, the customers got their items for free. And now the business is scrambling to get their money back. Who ever made and approved that decision has their head where the sun doesn't shine.
There has to be some sort of legal retribution to the business owner.
This action is going to take a toll on Qucken's bottom line.