Banks Refusing to Serve Adult Entertainment for ‘Moral’ Reasons? It’s Sound Business to NOT Support Sex Trafficking, Rape and Torture – Great Job!!

This is called Corporate Social Responsibility. I know it’s feels unfamiliar because we haven’t seen much of it for some time now. The pimps and recruiters of Porn Valley haven’t seen it for quite some time either because obviously, they’re still trying to convince the World they are legit instead of sex trafficking, money laundering pimps. Investing in selling human beings as sex slaves is definitely not a sound business decision. You never know when these rapists, predators, tortures and traffickers will end up in prison and lose all their assets to pay restitution to their many victims. They admit regularly that they break America’s laws and they refuse to become law abiding business owners like the rest of legitimate industries in America. It’s time for American corporations to take a stand against this fake legal industry that, in reality, violations every single human and civil right given to our citizens through our US Constitution, worldwide UN treaties and by God Almighty, Himself.

Now, we wait to see what California judges will decide for America’s fate. It’s kinda like asking Satan to judge his own demons. He would pardon them all. Porn Valley is who they are today because of Cali courts and judges. It’s time to take back our daughters and refusing to fund the sex trafficking in Porn Valley is a GREAT way to start.

Support those corporations who support THE PEOPLE. Way to Go, JPMorgan Chase!!

PS. Hey JP. The evidence is laid out on my sites to prove why NO legitimate corporation should be legally obligated to support the organized crime riddled industry of pornography and adult entertainment. Feel free to use anything posted at will. I’m also happy and available to help prepare cases and be an expert witness for anyone being sued in porn related lawsuits. Email me at Diana@DianaGrandmason.com. I’m always happy to help  😉
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Opposing Views – By Erik Even, Sat, May 18, 2013

This week Marc Greenberg, founder of MRG Entertainment, filed suit against JPMorgan Chase in Los Angeles Superior Court. He alleges the bank violated fair lending laws by choosing not to underwrite a loan for what it characterized as “moral reasons.”

MRG produces pornographic videos such as 2012’s Birthday Sex and Carnal Candidate Political Kink.

After many delays in processing his loan, Greenberg claims he spoke with a JP Morgan vice president, who told him his loan was being turned down for moral reasons, “because of JPMorgan’s disapproval of plaintiff’s former source of income and occupation as an owner of a television production company that produced television programs that dealt with the subject of human sexuality.” (Sorry but Birthday Sex and Carnal Candidate Political Kinks IS NOT human sexuality. It’s called perversion, degradation and exploitation and the girls that perform in them are victims of serious crimes which aren’t being enforced in California. Good call JPMorgan Chase!!)

Greenberg is not the only person in the legal but controversial field of adult entertainment who has reported problems in dealing with banks. Adult actress Chanel Preston, who has been working in pornographic films since 2010, says she was denied a bank loan and bank account because of her profession.

She says she was asked by a loan officer, “are you affiliated with the adult entertainment industry?” When she replied in the affirmative, she says she was told “We will not give you a loan.” Also, a bank account she opened was shut down a few days later due to what she was told were “compliance issues.”

One porn industry veteran who did not wish to be identified told NBC News, “The people within my bank have urged me to downplay the nature of my business because corporate frowns on it.”

Banks attitudes toward adult entertainment would be particularly important in Southern California; Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley produces nearly 90% of all legally distributed pornographic films made in the United States.

Sources: NBC News, Daily Mail, IMDb, Wikipedia, Wikipedia, BroBible.

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