- Nov 2005
Apply it mr potatos t-shirts, you build up your online business then one day the payment processors you have been using from day one, the ones you built your platform around, who have the majority of the market share decide they don't like your shirts even though they are the very same shirts from day one and shut off your ability to take payments.
You're assuming a lot there...
Do you have any knowledge you would like to share regarding Paypal and Gab's discussions on adherance to policy? How many warnings they might have been given?
Regardless, if we are to blindly run with your scenario, then the seller of mr potatos t-shirts is an idiot. You don't start doing important business with a group that have an explicit policy against the business practice you are centering yourself around.
The only "danger" is for companies which are openly defying those policies and wanting to do business with Paypal.
If I am running a business and Microsoft doesn't want partner with me, do I run around and whine and proclaim that they have just ensured that nobody can do business with me?
You keep trying to pretend "Then suddenly they decided that no, you cannot buy anything from gab anymore." (post #92)
It's not that people cannot buy anything from Gab. It's that Gab has to use a competitor of Paypal that doesn't have rules on catering to racists and anti-semites.