Last week, many 2nd Vote members asked about alternative ways to make and process online payments after e-commerce giant PayPal joined the liberal misinformation campaign in North Carolina. The California based company announced that it would stand against North Carolina’s common sense protections for small business owners and religious liberty and withdrew plans for a global operations center in Charlotte in an attempt to bully the state economically.
Subsequently, our research team noticed a growing company called ProPay that provided many products for online merchants.
After looking very closely at ProPay’s record of advocacy on the issues, the company has earned a score of 3.6 (Lean Conservative) according 2nd Vote’s scoring criteria.
Remember, companies like PayPal can only support advocacy with the dollars we spend with them.
Still looking for an income tax preparation service?
There’s just a few more days until the income tax filing deadline and, if you are considering using an online tax preparation service, 2nd Vote recommends making sure that the company you patronize aligns with your values.
On 2nd Vote’s scorepage, you can see where the following tax preparation services stand on the issues:
See our blogpost from last week that exposed TurboTax’s parent company, Intuit, for funding anti-religious liberty advocates to the tune of $85,000.
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