Goodbye @PayPal, I’m Dumping Your Hypocritical Corporate Activist Ass

I used PayPal for a few years because it was an easy mode for payment from other bloggers for my columns and it allowed readers to drop a tip in the tip jar to keep this site running.

No more.

I just transferred out the last of my payments in there and as soon as they clear, I’m closing my account. I’m done with an activist corporation who reeks of hypocrisy and leverage the livelihood of workers in North Carolina to suit their clearly Leftist political purposes.

I’ve taken down the tip jar. I’ll be looking for another alternative. I hope other bloggers follow suit. We shouldn’t be patronizing a company that clearly wants to silence a portion of society.

The links to the stories in the Tweet below are here and here.



About A.P. Dillon

A.P. Dillon is a freelance journalist and is currently writing at The North State Journal. She resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Find her on Twitter: @APDillon_
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6 Responses to Goodbye @PayPal, I’m Dumping Your Hypocritical Corporate Activist Ass

  1. Thank you! We too are doing the same. We posted an article as well on our site ( and are SO glad we found you because every other article only bashes North Carolina. Don’t forget about bitcoin as a payment alternative. We have just launched our site and are in the process of setting up a donate page where we will have a bitcoin processor and another since we refuse to use PayPal. Thanks too for your great list of alternatives which we will be checking out. We have subscribed to your awesome blog and look forward to more excellent content from LL1885!


  2. Rj says:

    Doing the same. Many, many alternatives out there.


  3. Geek49203 says:

    So let me get this straight…. a LGBT-friendly company pulls its business from a LGBT-friendly community, presumably putting LGBT-friendly jobs at risk. They do this to punish people who don’t live there, don’t care about what the company does, and quite frankly, could care less about the LGBT people’s jobs. Kinda like folks who riot and burn down their own neighborhoods?


  4. Jason says:

    Good for you lady Liberty. People should realize these companies literally want to take away our Constitutional rights, and we continue to fund them, and they use the money to further take away our rights. Most people idolize the products so much that they can’t possibly do without them (like you couldn’t do without an NFL football game). I am proud of you, this hurts you financially but you are willing to sacrifice for your principles. God bless you,


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