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Some organizations distancing themselves from allowing certain types of gun purchases.

New York’s Office of the State Comptroller has asked Mastercard, Visa, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and other card issuers and processors to consider rejecting purchases of guns, ammunition and firearm accessories, calling attention to risks that card issuers may face for doing so.

CU Times reached out to a number of credit union organizations and, for now, they had little to say about the apparent growing trend of card issuers distancing themselves from gun-related purchases.

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