Operation Choke point Unfairness by Andrew Phillips Cardflex
The government of the USA in 2013 made a new law that used its agencies to discourage the banks from engaging in business with the “high risk businesses” that were believed to be exploiting the consumers. The aim of this program was to make the businesses that were listed as the ones in the high risk of exploiting the consumer run out of business. This law lost its effect when it included a lot of legal businesses that were considered to be a scam to the consumers and that included the fire arms and ammunition.
The law was not affecting the listed business alone but also those that did business with them and among them was the ISO Andrew Phillips Cardflex whose one of the principles is Andrew Phillips. The law is there to make everyone equal and so when it is exploiting one at the expense of another like the people in the listed business, Andrew Phillips Cardflex becomes an unfair law. As was expected, this was met by a lot of resistance by congress who were trying to put an end to this “operation “until it was allegedly over.
When this law was instigated, the banks were forced to block the listed businesses from their services and that led them to sending notices to these businesses telling them that they will not be able to work with them. These notices were a result of the government using its agencies to force the banks and other organizations to terminate their good and long term relationships with their customers. A company like the Andrew Phillips Cardflex are in court because they engaged in business with a company that had been listed with the “high risk”. These unfairly targeted businesses that were supposed to be choked out of business had to look for other financial options and we all know that is not easy. Both the financial organizations and the listed businesses are set to incur losses. The losses due to restricted business relations are inevitable.
Andrew Phillips Cardflex law saw some businesses closing and others incurring massive losses if they do not end up in court. The courts are accompanied by lots of fines, bails and even a lot of money that is used to hire lawyers. As much as it is believed to have been ended, the business people are still feeling the effect of this unfair law. The work of the government is to protect the citizens at all cost but that “all cost” should be limited up to where the law hurts other people. We should think of those people that depend on the businesses that were listed as “high risk” to feed their families. Such a law should be buried and forgotten because it is just out of order.