I said below somewhere that I don’t deal with guns because I have a history of serious depression. Ironically, my own stance could potentially prevent my owning a gun someday if I wanted to, and that makes me uncomfortable. I agree self-defense is a human right, but I’d argue that certain categories of people give up that right (violent offenders), and others (those with mental illness) create a serious issue that deserves consideration.
More banks are not the answer, education, and institutions that specifically work with the underbanked are required. Traditional banks do not survive in this space. We’re not just a 501c3, we’re a bonafide charity by the IRS definition, with an IRS letter to prove it. You do NOT make money servicing this market. This ‘bank’ is actually just a layer providing services on top of another bank.
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