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CARE IF YOU ARE DEMOCRAT OR REPUBLICAN, THE SECOND AMENDMENT IS STILL PART OF OUR CONSTITUTION AND NOBODY HAS THE RIGHT TO TREAD ON THE CONSTITUTION AT LEAST SO FAR......I WILL NO LONGER DO BUSINESS WITH ANY BANK OF AMERICA, NOR WILL I ACCEPT BANK OF AMERICA CREDIT CARDS IN MY BUSINESS....,.............

From the owners of McMillian Mfg in Phoenix , Arizona ,

This is happening all around us and we are allowing this socialist government to keep growing.

McMillian Mfg in Phoenix , Arizona , was contacted by Bank of America and informed that they will no longer be allowed to use their services ( Bank of America ) because they are in the firearms business and support the second amendment.

I am fine with you re-posting it. . . . . . . . Thank for your support.

Kelly D. McMillan

Director of Operations

McMillan Group International, LLC

623-582-9635

1638 W Knudsen Dr

Phoenix , Arizona 85027

McMillan Integrity-Global Vision

http://www.mcmillanusa.com/

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McMillan Fiberglass Stocks, McMillan Firearms Manufacturing, McMillan Group International have been collectively banking with Bank of America for 12 years.

Today Mr. Ray Fox, Senior Vice President, Marlet Manager, Business
Banking, Global Commercial Banking

(Bank of America ) came to my office.

He scheduled the meeting as an "account analysis" meeting in order to
evaluate the two lines of credit we have with them. He spent 5 minutes talking about how McMillan has changed in the last 5
years and have become more of a firearms manufacturer than a supplier of accessories.

At this point I interrupted him and asked "Can I possibly save
you some time so that you don't waste your breath? What you are going to tell me is that because we are in the firearms manufacturing business you no longer want my business." "That is correct", he says. I replied "That is okay, we will move our accounts as soon as possible.

We can find a 2nd Amendment friendly bank that will be glad to have our business. You won't mind if I tell the NRA, SCI and everyone one I know
that BofA is not firearms-industry friendly?" "You have to do what you must", he said.

"So you are telling me this is a politically motivated decision, is that right?" Mr. Fox confirmed that it was.

At which point I told him that the meeting was over and there was nothing left for him to say.

I think it is important for all Americans who believe in and support our 2
nd
amendment "right to keep and bear arms" should know when a business does not support these rights.

What you do with that knowledge is up to you. When I don't agree with a business' political position, I cannot, in good conscience support them. We will soon no longer be accepting Bank of America credit cards as payment for our products.

Kelly D. McMillan

Director of Operations

McMillan Group International, LLC

623-582-9635

1638 W Knudsen Dr

Phoenix , Arizona 85027

McMillan Integrity-Global Vision

http://www.mcmillanusa.com/

This is incredible.

checked their website and they proudly proclaim they are now doing business with a regional bank in Arizona

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It is important for all people to know that, and also that B OF A SUCKS. PERIOD.

I DROPPED THEM A FEW YEARS AGO BECAUSE THEY GET AWAY WITH HANGING SO MUCH CRAP ON THEIR CUSTOMERS.

I THINK WE'D HAVE BEEN BETTER OFF WAY WAY BACK WHEN BANK OF AMERICA WAS "BANK OF ITALY" THATS WHEN THE MOB RULED AND STARTED IT.

AT LEAST WHEN YOU DID BUSINESS WITH THEM YOU WERE "UNDER THE UMBRELLA".

AND IF YOU HAD MONEY IN AN ACCOUNT YOU WOULD RECEIVE AN INCENTIVE CALLED "INTEREST"

NOT LIKE TODAYS WORLD WHERE THEY "CHARGE YOU" TO HOLD YOUR MONEY........... WHAT A BUNCH OF LEGAL THIEVES PERIOD.

IF YOU PUT BANKERS AND LAWYERS TOGETHER GUESS WHAT YOU GET ???

THE "U.S. GOVERNMENT".

THESE BANKS OF TODAYS WORLD DO "NOTHING" FOR US. EXCEPT "TAKE"

SORRY FOR THE RANT BUT WHEN IT COMES TO BANKS AND LAWYERS IT JUST HAPPENS TO ME.

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I hate both BofA and Wells Fargo.

Both are fireball crooks in every sense! :diepigscum!!!:

I proudly keep my money in a local credit union and have never had a problem... and still heterosexual that novel Interest money :)

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Hello All, I did quite a bit of research on BOA a few years back. They have since covered things up a bit. BOA has not been American owned company for years. The biggest threat I found with BOA is it is partially owned by Sorrells. This guy is the biggest threat to the US. He wants us on our knees. He has said so publicly. If some of you dont know who this man is then Google him. This is where Obamas money comes from. I will not make purchases from CVS, the old Longs, as this is now an entity of Sorrels. Just my thoughts. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS

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I actually could not believe this story, so I called the Company in Phoenix. They CONFIRMED this is a true story, and it occurred on April 19th, 2012.. I sure HOPE America wakes up and makes a CHANGE in November!

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I'm not contesting the facts of the matter, but something seems amiss. I have a Bass Pro Shop rewards credit card. That credit card is issued by Bank of America. If B of A was so vehimitely apposed to firearms, why would they provide a credit card to a company like Bass Pro Shop? Bass Pro Shop probably does more to facilitate the distribution of firearms across the country than McMillan Group does. Doesn't make much sense. I don't care for B of A and don't bank with them. My only connection to them is through the Bass Pro credit card, however my gut tells me there is more to this story.

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Bass Pro is big business and makes them a boat load of money. They're not stupid enough to put the squeeze on them. But small and medium businesses are easy targets.

Also, Bass Pro may sell guns and ammo, but I actually doubt that is their largest income stream, and they don't make them, as does McMillan.

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I was a customer of BofA for 25 years and never had a problem--until they changed the way they processed check ... When a check would come in they would hold all of the checks that came in, then at mid-night they would process them in order of the check amount size, largest first, etc. ... If you deposited money, they would not enter the deposit until they had processed all the checks you wrote ... If a large check wiped out your balance, they would then process all the rest of the checks and pay them, but then charge you $35 each for doing so .... Then they would enter your deposit and deduct the $35 each overdraft fee ... We had a huge battle with them over this practice before we quite doing business with them ... A few years later we got a notice that BofA had lost a class action lawsuit and that we were due a refund of charges, but then we never heard anything else about it ... Cheers, Unc

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I thinkl as Glenn stated Bass Pro is an awfully big business nationwide and with hundred of thousands of customers, B ofA would not want to piss off that many people.

B of A is also the largest bank that sends money back to Mexico from Illegals and states its not there business to know if the person sending it is illegal ot not, thats for the Gvnt to figure out.

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I'm not contesting the facts of the matter, but something seems amiss. I have a Bass Pro Shop rewards credit card. That credit card is issued by Bank of America. If B of A was so vehimitely apposed to firearms, why would they provide a credit card to a company like Bass Pro Shop? Bass Pro Shop probably does more to facilitate the distribution of firearms across the country than McMillan Group does. Doesn't make much sense. I don't care for B of A and don't bank with them. My only connection to them is through the Bass Pro credit card, however my gut tells me there is more to this story.

Bass Pro Shop Does NOT manufacture guns or gun parts. They simply retail them. This is part of a POLITICAL AGENDA, by the current Administration, making it easier for businesses that see things their way.. Welcome to Russia.

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The FaceBook version of this has gone viral!!! National Bank of AZ picked the company up with no problem!

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AZ State Credit Union and USAA Financial Services is where I bank. Back east used TD Bank which is Canadian(Toronto Dominion) Had my last BoA card up until a few weekes ago when I shredded it and sent them a letter stating what I had done and requested they close the account AND BE SURE TO TELL THE CREDIT REPORTING SERVICES THAT IT WAS CLOSED BY THE COMSUMER otherwise they would do what they did a couple years ago when I closed an account with them that THEY closed the account ... that will cost you at least 25 points on your credit report. I didn't find out until I went to purchase my 2011 truck the end of 2010. They changed it and appologized for the "error"! Ya ... Right!!!!

Mike F

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I remember when Banks were happy to use your money to make money.

Hell, they even made enough money to give you some as Interest.

Now there just Blatant Thieves and Users.

All Banks are Shysters!

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Last place we went was DS branch at Wal-Mart and we had Micky D lunch... Remember?

Hey I' 64 now and have old timers disease , I can't remember everything. hell I have a problem remembering some things. Even my wife says I don't listen, I tell her that I listen to what she said, It's just that I forget faster now :rolleyes:

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Hey I' 64 now and have old timers disease , I can't remember everything. hell I have a problem remembering some things. Even my wife says I don't listen, I tell her that I listen to what she said, It's just that I forget faster now :rolleyes:

:hahaha:
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