Friday 9 November 2018 by Lucas Wilde

PayPal boycott by Tommy Robinson fans sees payment firm lose tens of pounds

Tommy Robinson fans

Tommy Robinson’s fanbase has declared that they will stop using PayPal at their glorious leader’s request.

The bru-ha-ha comes as Stephen Yaxley-Lennon’s PayPal account was suspended following the violation of PayPal’s terms and conditions – presumably the bit about not being a racist fucknut.

“It’s a disgrace,” said Hayley Rice, a fervent supporter of Evan Robinson-Stevens.

“PayPal are government owned, obviously. Therefore they should be forced to transact with absolutely everyone.”

“Until they agree to reinstate the account of Jonny Robertson-Yaxley, my two pounds are leaving my PayPal account and going straight back to Barclays, who I assume are absolutely fine with racism..? I don’t know, I’ve not checked.”

A spokesperson for PayPal said, “This was not a personal attack on Steven Robinson-Yaxley-Lennon.

“Our Terms and Conditions very clearly state that we can withdraw service from individuals indulging in harassment or aggressive behaviour, which includes shouting at defendants at a child abuse trial during a media blackout.”

“I guess we’d quite like it if his supporters stopped withdrawing their funds and closing their accounts…there might come a time when this billion dollar company has need for an additional sixty-eight quid.”

Previous post:

Next post: