POSTED: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 - 6:50pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 - 10:11am
McMillan Group International is an American company that primarily makes accessories for firearms.
Recently, the company decided to manufacture firearms full-time.
They've been with Bank of America for 12 years.
Recently, They went to have a talk with their banker like many of you who own your own companies do.
During the meeting the conversation went south.
The entire McMillan side of the story is all over the web and the McMillan Facebook page. They say things turned south when their banker from BOA acted disinterested in the conversation.
Mr. McMillan finally said and I paraphrase "you really aren't interested in doing business with me anymore because I want to go full-time in to firearms?"
McMillan said the banker said that was true. McMillan says he thanked the BOA banker and said soon they would find another bank.
He also told the banker "we'll see how the NRA and other gun groups like your decision."
According to McMillan, the BOA banker cooly said, " you have to do what you have to do."
Well, this storm has hit Facebook and now gun supporters are up in arms.
BOA now says doing something like this goes against their corporate principles, but from what I've seen so far, Bank of America has yet to come out and deny this ever happened.
If this is true, I think the Bank of America is out of bounds with this.
That's my point of view, what's yours?
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