PayPal tries to destroy small business for selling Confederate flag

A letter I received today:

Due to Paypal trying to destroy Stainless Banners, they have frozen the money you paid for your merchandise. We have the shipments ready, but can’t ship until paid for. We have been doing business with Paypal for 15 years and suddenly they froze our account. All forms of payment were processed thru Paypal. Please don’t believe all the bad things they are saying about us. Our reputation has been damaged.

This is why nothing has been shipped for a month. They want all forms of the Rebel flag gone. Paypal will shortly refund your money, but doesn’t want you to have your items. You should ask Paypal why they held your money. The number is 402-935-7733.

To get your stuff, and keep us from going under, many have been sending me a check, money order, or cashiers check for the same amount. Do not make checks out to Stainless Banners. If sending a check, make out to Culdera Graphics.

You can send it to:

Culdera Graphics
3300-6 Emerald Drive, Emerald Isle, NC 28594

Make sure you have the shipping address, phone no. and items required. Use the same price you were quoted before and we will ship as soon as we can.

Let us assure you that no fraud has occurred, but a powerful, liberal company wants to say who can do business and who can’t.

Sincerest apologies,

Stainless Banners

A police report on the same thing:

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If you are a Christian that has an online business, I would find a way to accept payments without PayPal before Christian becomes as unacceptable as Confederate.

And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. —Revelation 13:17

12 thoughts on “PayPal tries to destroy small business for selling Confederate flag

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  2. So much For Freedom and Justice for all…
    Does a flag represent hate? Not sure the US flag can be any better considering some many horrible things we have done…
    But looking back France has done this with the Nazi Flag and many other countries that where occupied by the Nazi party.

  3. As a comparison, the Japanese Flag hasn’t changed, although they were allied with the Nazis and committed worse actual war crimes (not talking Dachau, but experiments and maltreatment of POWs).
    One will get no reaction to waving a WW2 vintage Japanese Flag.
    Few would approve of waving a WW2 vintage Nazi Germany Flag.
    The Confederate Flag would cause controversy – but even that is strange. Amazon doesn’t ban 50 Shades of Gray though that is far more offensive.
    Before we had the MPAA G/PG/R/X ratings, we had the “Hays Code” that would not approve films if they had objectionable material. They had to approve Rhett Butler’s “damn” in Gone with the Wind, but that was an exception. I also should note the communist blacklist of the 1950s where actors, directors, etc. couldn’t even get a job.
    Today we have a far more vicious and subtle but hidden SJW version of the “Hays Code”. If the movie offends their sensibilities, it gets banned. So a flag which is a symbol of a fight for liberty gets banned (note that liberty can be misused – secession was a serious step for whatever reason, even evil reasons, but only a greater evil could keep the union together, so the blood flowed). Utter filth isn’t.
    Also consider both Square and Amazon (and the rest, I’m not sure about bitgold) refuse to let their credit card payment processing systems be used for the purchase of firearms (I’m not sure about ammo). Burn the 2nd amendment?

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