Paypal & Venmo freeze funds/terminate accounts of CA freedom and law teacher

Peggy Hall, who is the founder of spoke at a large freedom conference in Anaheim, CA this past week.

The day after the conference, Peggy Hall received emails from both PayPal and Venmo, accusing her of violating their terms and policies. Thus, they informed Peggy that she would no longer be able to use their services, and her funds would be frozen in PayPal for 180 days, and her funds may be subject to fines for each ‘violation’ of PayPal’s policies.

Peggy Hall read PayPal’s policies, and found that she had not violated any of them. Watch her story here.

This is a common story…PayPal and other financial organizations, including banks, have abruptly terminated service for thousands of freedom activists, health and medical freedom activists, and conservative thought leaders in America.

Have you heard of an activist or conservative who has experienced the same thing? Leave a comment below!

There are courageous men and women who have taken action in response to this un-American and mafia- like activity.

For example, Nick Vujicic, a motivational speaker who traveled the world through his organization to speak to millions about his Christian faith, became a co-founder of a the highly anticipated pro-life bank after he was kicked out of his bank, a false article was published about him, and a grenade was thrown into his house. Read more about his story here.

Andrew Torba is the founder of social media platform Gab. As a result of Torba’s free speech principles (he will not censor constitutionally protected speech), both Gab and Andrew have been no-platformed and banned by 25+ service providers over the years including both App Stores, multiple payment processors, and hosting providers.

Torba himself has been personally banned from online banks, cryptocurrency exchanges, and Twitter for many years now. His family is also blacklisted by VISA.

In response, Torba got busy, building his own services from the ground up. Cloudflare and Epik are two companies that have actually worked WITH Torba, rather than trying to cancel him. Torba is now working on creating an alternative to PayPal, called GabPay. Read more about Torba here.

Find out more about alternative financial and technology heroes here.

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