News|Industry News Over recent years banks, credit card companies, and other financial services had refused to business with the firearms community. The financial system has made it obvious they will […]
Over recent years banks, credit card companies, and other financial services had refused to business with the firearms community. The financial system has made it obvious they will not do business with the community. Companies such as PayPal, Chase, Bank of America, CitiGroup, and others have completely cut ties with firearm companies. Taking the stance that they will not fund or support the dangerous firearm manufacturers and the guns they create. Forcing many firearm companies to take legal action or to discontinue the use of those financial providers. That is where Stryk Pay comes into play. Stryk Pay is an alternative payment processing options that bills itself as second amendment friendly.
Recently, Stryk Pay has announced a partnership with Polymer80 in order to strengthen their standing and visibility of Stryk Pay. Which will by proxy gain visibility for the parent entity Stryk Pay Group USA. The partnership between Polymer 80 and Stryk Pay is effective immediately.
David Borges, CEO of Polymer 80 discuss his excitement about the partnership with Stryk Pay and the potential benefits for companies and consumers. Below, is the press statement from Polymer80.
Stryk Pay is an easy and convenient option. They are a company offering a safe credit card processing solution for any outdoor sporting goods retailer with a particular specialty for firearms and firearms component manufacturing, without the fear of service turn-down based on the type of products being sold.
Our company designs and develops innovative firearms and after-market accessories that provide ways for its customers to participate in the firearms build process, while expressing their right to bear arms, this provides a fun learning experience and a greater sense of pride in their completed firearm, strengthening our brand loyalty. We summarize this with our motto of ‘Engage Your Freedom.
Polymer80 and other companies like them have been in the sights of the government and financial institutions for the products they make. Allowing law abiding citizens to build firearms in the comfort of their own home or garage. Which we have a legal right to do. Stryk Pay gives firearms manufacturers and companies more flexibility in the financial market rather than narrowing their purchasing power.
What do you think of the partnership with Styrk Pay and Polymer80? Let us know in the comments below.
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