Yet another example of a financial institution refusing to business with the multi-billion dollar gun industry.
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In this case, a local gun shop in Florida had their long standing account closed after their local bank was bought out by New York financial interests.
According to The Miami News Times,
The Libertis’ battle with BankUnited began last month. For seven years, they say, they had no problem with the Miami Lakes-based bank. T.R. had run a gun store in the Garden State, and when he opened Top-Gun Firearms on Calle Ocho, BankUnited operated the account.
But when T.R. decided to retire and let Elizabeth take the store online — under the new name Discount Ammo-N-Guns — the Libertis found themselves suddenly under fire.