JPMorgan Chase, the parent company of WePay, recently forced the cancellation of an even featuring Donald Trump Jr. in Missouri by blacklisting the conservative organization holding it.
Now, JPMorgan Chase is coming out and saying that it was a mistake.
Donald Junior HAD been set to appear at the Defense of LIberty PAC’s event in Saint Charles, Missouri, on December 3. Instead, WePay refunded over $30,000 in ticket sales for the event and told the PAC that WePay would not be doing business with it in the future, blacklisting the conservative organization.
WePay cited that the PAC had breached terms of service. Their official public ruling on the matter was that “we are unable to process for hate, violence, racial intolerance, terrorism, the financial exploitation of a crime, or items or activities that encourage, promote, facilitate, or instruct others regarding the same.”
I smell a lawsuit coming…
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