A North Carolina gun shop was actually trying to comply with Facebook’s tyrannical rules and regulations against anything gun related when owner posted an ad about safes. And why wouldn’t the social media powerhouse NOT want an ad to be shown that actually prohibits children and the unauthorized from accessing guns and weapons? (sorry for the double-negative there)
After the gun shop posted the ad it was taken down almost immediately by the scrupulous ad team that works for FB.
According to WSOC-TV,
The Hyatt Gun Shop in Charlotte recently posted the ad online for a Veterans Day sale on safes and vaults.
Owner Larry Hyatt told WSOC-TV the ad was posted because the store didn’t feel like it violated Facebook’s policy on banning ads for weapons.
Facebook said ads cannot indirectly link back to pages where guns can be purchased.
The social media giant said the ad violated the policy and wrote, “The decision is final. Please consider this the end of our correspondence about your ad.”
In case you can’t read it in the image above the ad reads, “Shop Online and choose from the area’s largest selection of safes and vaults… on sale now through November 15!” An image of the ad is provided above.
“Amongst all other things we do, (social media is) absolutely necessary to small business. Without it we couldn’t do the business we do,” Hyatt said.
The gun shop has not heard back from Facebook regarding its decision, but we know from experience that they will NOT hear back from them.
At Guns ‘n’ Freedom we have had our battles with the social media giant as well. And we have had our entire FB ad account banned and were told “the decision is final” with the same cold ignorance.
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