The financial software company Stripe will no longer process payments from the Trump campaign store amid several tech companies cutting ties with the president.
Stripe made the decision as it claimed the campaign violated its terms of service regarding payments for potentially dangerous activities, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Under the company’s “high-risk” business category, Stripe reserves the right to restrict businesses that “engages in, encourages, promotes or celebrates unlawful violence or physical harm to persons or property” or discriminates against a particular group.
The company is one of many to take action against President Trump in recent days, as many companies say they fear that him having a platform would incite violence in the final days of his presidency.
For starters, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and others banned Trump from their platforms indefinitely, or at least until Inauguration Day.