Cancel PayPal – Pick 12 Others
We have supported missionary efforts worldwide. One common way to send money to missionaries has been PayPal. Now we are recommending Christians cancel their PayPal account and select another payment provider.
The American Family Association [ their website is American Family Association Website ] put out a notice on PayPal. The notice is below. There are alternatives to PayPal and we have posted a link to the top 12 including Google Wallet, ProPay and others. Please support God’s word and godly behaviour. See the top 12 alternatives to PayPal Here.
This week, the American Family Association canceled all use of PayPal payment services.
Our decision comes after PayPal announced last week it was, in essence, threatening the state of North Carolina, which recently passed a law that would require people to use the bathroom of the gender assigned on their birth certificate. Read AFA’s press release here.
Shortly after North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed HB2, PayPal announced it was pulling plans to open a new global operations center in Charlotte, which would have created 400 new jobs with an investment of $3.6 million in the area.
In response, we have canceled our use of PayPal and encourage you to do the same.
As a pro-family organization that continually works to strengthen and protect families across America, we cannot sit idly by while a company like PayPal supports laws that punishes a state like North Carolina for protecting women and children.
AFA continues to support the North Carolina law, and other similar laws, that protect women and children by preventing them from being left vulnerable to predators. The bullying by PayPal over common sense legislation is reason enough to cancel their services.
If you have a PayPal account, join American Family Association and cancel it today. Also, be sure to let PayPal know why you are canceling.
Cancel your PayPal account today. Here’s how:
To close your account:
1. Log in to your PayPal account online.
2. Click the Profile icon next to “Log Out.”
3. Click “Close your account” under “Account options.”
If you don’t have a PayPal account, you can still call and share your concern.
If you’re looking for an alternative to PayPal, read this encouraging article about ProPay.com.