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Plenty of people are peeved with the new stance card processor Square has recently taken, booting merchants who sell guns and ammo. Ryan Finn let it be known — in no uncertain terms — that he can think of only one real use for the little plastic rectangles now.

But never fear, merchants, there are still options out there. Montana-based Frontline Processing is only too happy to have your swipes, whether it’s for something as dear as an FNH Ballista or as small as a package of PMC parabellum. And if you need any more incentive to check them out, they’re recently let it be known they now have a relationship with the NRA . . .

FRONTLINE PROCESSING is pleased to announce its relationship with the NRA.  Frontline and its employees are staunch supporters of our Second Amendment rights and its constitutional significance to the United States of America…We believe that we have the “right” to keep and bear arms, supporting the natural rights of self-defense, resistance to oppression, and the civic duty to act in concert in defense of the state.

FRONTLINE PROCESSING has been pioneering merchant services solutions since 1997. Frontline is a nationwide provider of credit card processing and electronic payment services enabling merchants to process transactions in a secure, real-time environment 24 hours a day. Frontline, a PCI DSS Level 1 Certified Provider, provides a suite of services enabling merchants to accept all major credit and debit cards, Gift Cards, and ACH check drafts for payment. Montana’s only locally owned and operated merchant services provider based in Bozeman.  For more information, please visit or Toll Free 1-866-651-3068.

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  1. I’ll stick with Intuit GoPayment for mobile and Stripe for web. Reliable, easy to use, no bullshit fee schedule that is up front on their websites and easy to understand. Intuit’s current policy mirror’s Square’s old policy, which is understandable and acceptable to me.

  2. I’m a non firearm related business and I canceled my Square account. I switched back to GoPayment, which I stopped using originally because of the Nordic Components shenanigans. I will look into this company further, thank you.

  3. I went to and used Square’s utility to find those merchants accepting [Square? Actually, I’m not sure what these merchants do with Square]. I am in Southern Ohio and was directed to a lot of local RiteAids, Walgreens, Radio Shacks and, get this, WalMart.

    Unfortunately I bank at WallyWorld’s Woodforest Bank but then I can stay in the front of the store at the Bank kiosk. But even our crappy local WalMart still sells black powder rifles and some ammunition (and, gasp, bows and arrows!). Why they’re in violation of the Square User Agreement! I’m shocked, shocked.

    I’m going to report WalMart to Square. I’m sure Square will want to drop WalMart everywhere and won’t miss the business. Or will it be like GECredit, who shafted the family owned gunstores, but continue financing at WalMart?

  4. I moved to PayAnywhere!

    “Where are your terms & conditions? We are leaving Square because of their change in policy to not allow firearm/ammo transactions. Although we are not involved in these types of transactions, we will not do business with un-American cowards. What is your corporate position on processing firearm related transactions?
    Scott Mozisek”

    “Afternoon! Great question! We do not have any issues with our merchants who choose to sell firearms or ammo. You are able to sell firearms if you have a valid FFL. Any sort of products related to firearms usually don’t require an FFL. I will email you a link with some additional information about our company along with my direct contact information. Please give me a call if you have additional questions. We are in Michigan, I am here M-F from about 8:30a-6:00pm Est.
    Thanks Scott! Jennifer Chapman ”

    “Scott Mozisek, Thank you for your interest in Pay Anywhere, our mobile credit card processing “Get Paid Now” solution. We appreciate your consideration and have sent along some information to help you get started:
    Online Application – Applying online is fast, easy and secure! It typically takes only a few minutes and 98% of our approvals are within 24 hours. Click here to access your online application.
    e-Brochure – Contains information on Pay Anywhere, including how easy Pay Anywhere makes accepting credit card payments available to you anywhere you go. Click here to access the e-Brochure.
    Video – This video will give you a tour of Pay Anywhere, showing you its features and benefits and how simple it is to use Pay Anywhere. Click here to access the video.
    I will follow up with you in the next few days to answer any further questions you may have about Pay Anywhere.
    Jennifer Chapman
    800-226-2273 ext 1852
    Email: [email protected]

  5. Read paragraph 13 of their terms before applying. If you ever want to cancel, they’ll have you by the balls and you’re locked into an initial 3 year contract.

    • Our section 13 is our basic terms and conditions; we do however offer a lot of month to month contracts as well. I feel we are very accommodating to the merchant and what their needs are.

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