Canadian Nudists To Paypal: Don't Cut Us Off, Eh!

By: Dee Sandin - Published: Apr 7, 2008 • References: fcn & switched
These photos of seniors doing the bunny hop is just down right scary and I AM a senior! A group of naked Canadians are looking into a class action lawsuit against PayPal. The Federation of Canadian Naturists (FCN), aka Canadian nudists, claims that after four years of business, PayPal suddenly cut off services to them, no longer processing their magazine subscription payments.

PayPal excludes "sexually oriented Web sites" for the purchase of digital goods such as membership and subscription fees. Yet PayPal can be used by any Web site for the sale of sexually oriented goods, like DVDs or magazines that are delivered by hand to customers. Nothing worse than a gang of pissed off naked Canucks, I say. Stats for Fighting Discrimination Trending: Older & Warm
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