Procedure of Choke Point Unfairness by Andrew Phillips Cardflex
In 2013, a new law was made in the United States of America called the operation choke point that was intended to make sure that the consumers were not exploited by using government agencies to discourage the banks from doing business with the listed ones. The agenda was to chock off the businesses that were exploiting the consumers. This was a good move at fast until the fire arms and the ammunition were also categorized as “high risk” among many other businesses that were actually legal.
The law was not affecting the listed business alone but also those that did business with them and among them was the ISO Andrew Phillips Cardflex whose one of the principles is Andrew Phillips. The unfairness comes in when they are putting some very innocent lawful business people out of business and ruining their source of income. As was expected, this was met by a lot of resistance by congress who were trying to put an end to this “operation “until it was allegedly over.
Sudden notices were issued to these “high risk” businesses from their financial institution that they will no longer be serviced by them. This was because the banks among many other businesses were forced to terminate long term relationships with these listed companies that they had no problem with. Some, like the Andrew Phillips Cardflex were sued for allegedly helping a listed company to steal from the consumers accounts. The ones in the business have been unfairly targeted and required to make other finance arrangements which lead to a lot of losses because it is not an easy process. This means that neither the “high risk” nor the businesses that are doing any sort of businesses with them are in a good place. The damage that this kind had or will have on the business at large is only imaginable.
This kind of law affect where people get their income and some having to face legal procedure. The ones that have to end up with a case in court like the Andrew Phillips Cardflex lose a lot of time, energy and even financed in the process. As much as it is believed to have been ended, the business people are still feeling the effect of this unfair law. The work of the government is to protect the citizens at all cost but that “all cost” should be limited up to where the law hurts other people. We should think of those people that depend on the businesses that were listed as “high risk” to feed their families. Such a law should be buried and forgotten because it is just out of order.