PayPal hired Mashable to destroy a small business with opposing political views


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(Natural News) The boutique hosting service Epik has become the target of a hate campaign by PayPal, which hired the services of Mashable’s Matt “The Binder” Binder to lie about the company in an attempt to destroy it.

Because Seattle-based Epik does not discriminate against right-wing companies and individuals who choose to become its customers, PayPal, whose current CEO Dan Schulman is a far-left fascist, has been working overtime to kill Epik’s business.

In a nutshell, PayPal paid Binder who even knows how much to write hundreds of hit pieces against Epik, all of which are full of lies. Epik has called it “weaponized harassment,” and that it exactly what it is.

Besides launching this propaganda campaign, PayPal has intentionally withheld and even stolen funds from its targets, as well as committed many other crimes, according to Epik.

“With a history of seizing accounts from what would seem like countless individuals, one only has to venture as far as the comments section in any Twitter post made by CEO Dan Schulman, to see that not all is well in the land of PayPal,” Epik is warning the public.

“If the experience of Seattle-based domain registrar Epik is anything to go by, PayPal is prepared to inflict damage to anyone caught in their path, by any means necessary, to protect the mandate they believe they have in deciding who succeeds in business and who will fail,” the company warns.

For more related news about PayPal and the tech industry, be sure to check out Evil.news.

PayPal, Mashable, GoDaddy, the SPLC and Matt Binder all need to face justice

Recognizing that the media holds incredible sway when it comes to controlling what people deem as the “truth,” PayPal is using its monopoly power over funds transfer to “inflict massive damage to Epik’s reputation and credibility.”

Epik further says that it has been falsely accused by Binder and PayPal of committing fraud and money laundering, which is patently false. There are also accusations coming forward that Epik tried to create an illegal blockchain and associated unlicensed cryptocurrency, which is also false.

“This is the power of the media today,” Epik warns. “They can destroy lives in an instant, without ever even really knowing what is at stake, or what they are helping to cover up. As calls start to echo and build for the resignation of Dan Schulman, and for investigations into the monopolistic practices of the parties involved, this is what desperation tends to look like.”

“In this case, it has left a visible trail that PayPal, Mashable, and Matt Binder – through their gross incompetence and ineptitude – will be having to explain for some time to come.”

Epik says that PayPal, Mashable, and Binder are guilty of libel and slander, having manufactured fake stories about Epik and its associates and executives that have absolutely no basis in reality.

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a known domestic terror organization, is also complicit in the willful manufacture and creation of false media narratives, which have been used for unlawful character assassination, incitement of violence, and the targeted disruption of operations at Epik and at other companies.

Epik is thus calling on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) to get involved by going after these entities, along with GoDaddy, a competitor of Epik that has repeatedly engaged in anti-competitive behavior.

With that said, you, dear reader, will want to avoid doing business with all of the aforementioned companies, except for Epik. PayPal, GoDaddy, Mashable, and all of their partner companies need to be blacklisted just like they have blacklisted their own political opposition.

Sources for this article include:

NaturalNews.com

Epik.com

Epik.com


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