A financial institution startup backed by billionaire Donald Trump supporter Peter Thiel and pitched as “anti woke” for “pro-freedom” Individuals is closing up store after lower than three months.

The financial institution, GloriFi, burned by $50 million in funding cash, laid off most of its employees on Monday, and knowledgeable employees it was shutting down, The Wall Street Journal was the primary to report. Hoped-for funding to maintain the operation working fell by final Friday.

“We can be closing all accounts opened up to now,” GloriFi’s website knowledgeable shoppers. Checking accounts had been being shut down Friday, and financial savings accounts on Dec. 6.

GloriFi had been touted in its place conservative banking system for shoppers who discover Wall Road too liberal.

Entrepreneur and main GOP donor Toby Neugebauer and enterprise accomplice Nick Ayers — the chief of employees for former Vice President Mike Pence — stated that an enormous market of plumbers, electricians and law enforcement officials had been fed up with large banks that didn’t share their values, based on a Journal profile of the operation earlier this yr.

GloriFi supplied financial institution accounts and bank cards, and deliberate to offer mortgages and insurance coverage whereas additionally touting capitalism, household, legislation enforcement and the liberty to “love of God and nation,” based on the Journal.

Neugebauer additionally pitched plans to supply gun house owners reductions on house insurance coverage, bank cards product of shell casing materials, and assistance paying legal bills if clients shot somebody in self-defense, Rolling Stone reported.

Proper-wing commentator Candace Owens was the spokesperson for the model.

In addition to Thiel, the operation also lured investors together with former Georgia Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Citadel founder Ken Griffin.

However inside months, GloriFi has missed launch dates, blaming defective know-how and vendor issues, and buyers’ cash was practically gone, based on information experiences.

The “monetary challenges associated to startup errors, the failing financial system, reputational attacks, and a number of destructive tales took their toll,” stated an announcement on the corporate’s web site.