Stripe, who processes online payments for President Donald Trump’s campaign, has severed ties with him for violating his policies during last week’s riot on the U.S. Capitol, the company said on Sunday.
The San Francisco-based company said Trump encouraged violence on Wednesday, when a crowd of his supporters stormed the Capitol, in violation of user policies that ban “high-risk” activity.
The Wall Street Journal first reported the move, which came after other companies began to turn against Trump over the attack, which left five people dead, including a police officer.
Twitter, where Trump had more than 80 million subscribers, suspended his personal account permanently on Friday, while the email provider used by Trump’s campaign also suspended access, and Facebook blocked it indefinitely on Thursday.
Speak, the right-wing social media site where many Trump supporters have gathered, has been ditched by Apple and Google for not moderating. which Google spokesperson called “blatant content”.