I couldn’t get the link to the story to work, so I’ll just reprint it here:
HEALDSBURG, CA – May 13, 2010 (For Immediate Release)
GUNPAL, the leader in transaction-neutral online payment processing, is now operating as GPal, Inc. at the website
In order to appeal to a broader market and offer superior products and services, we are reorganizing under GPal, Inc. Our users will find familiar functionality and feel, secured by our Verisign EV SSL Certificate, the strongest in the world.
Only the name is evolving to better serve our user base and provide a growth path for expansion. All buttons, links and banners will continue to work but will be redirected to gpal.net. Thank you for your support thus far in providing a transaction-neutral payment service.
Sincerely, Ben Cannon
GPal is the pro-gun alternative to anti-gun Paypal. It’s been around since 2004 and has been steadily maturing and growing its services. It has grown into a very robust and feature rich payment service.
The service was founded by the California gun rights activists who are responsible for Calguns.net and the Calguns Foundation. The original name was a liability in the opinion of many (including myself) because it gave the impression that the service was only intended for use in gun related transactions. GPal is, however, a full featured payment processing service that is a viable alternative to Paypal for all online financial transactions.
I applaud their move and believe it will broaden their customer base and appeal. I’m hoping to see GPal payment buttons added to more and more vendors and merchants in the future.
I’d hope that any of my readers are already using GPal as their primary online payment processing service. If you’re not…