Supporters of the five ARA terrorists arrested and charged for the attack on the Ashford House Restaurant in Tinley Park, Illinois on May 19th, 2012 have set up a donation portal on WePay to solicit funds for the legal defense of the five. As of this post, they've collected a paltry $875 out of a desired $250,000. You can clearly see from the screenshot below that the primary purpose of the fund is for legal defense.
No problem, right? Everyone has a right to raise money for a legal defense. However, read the Terms of Service for the WePay website:
Notice the prohibition listed on the very bottom. WePay forbids users from using their site to raise money for legal fees. Seems like antifa can't read.
However, a number of people on Stormfront can read, and have brought the problem to the attention of the WePay webmasters. You can do this by clicking the LiveChat With WePay Support button on the bottom right hand corner. Here's a sample of how the resultant conversation will go:
→Does your website support the funding of terroristic actions?
Alex: Hey there!
Alex: We don't support anything that promotes violence
→I'm looking at a part of your site now where they are raising bail money for terrorists that attacked a restaurant.
Alex: Oh geez. Can you send us a link?
→Attacked a restaurant. Put people, including the owner, in the hospital.
Alex: I'll make sure that our processing team knows about this campaign.
→Thank you. The victims are already aware about this.
Alex: Thanks for bringing it to our attention. I really appreciate it.
→You're welcome. Have a great night.
Alex: You too
Or you can start out the chat by asking, "Did you know that one of your users is using your site to raise legal defense funds for the Tinley Park Five in violation of your Terms of Service?" This is the actual reference URL:
Originally, I though that if they got enough complaints, WePay would pull the account. Not so -- WePay has found a way to dodge the issue. They now claim that as long as the money doesn't go directly to lawyers, it's not a ToS violation. WePay has a financial relationship with Bancorp, whose contact information is listed HERE.