Kkk make money online
PayPal acted on Friday after others picked up on the issue and urged it to block the recipient. The US-based firm faces criticism for not resolving the issue more rapidly.
PayPal previously pledged to "evaluate all sites" brought to its attention that involved the use of its service to fund the KKK and other organisations advocating racist views. It linked through to a PayPal page that did not specifically reference the KKK but said its purpose was to give a "donation blessing for the cause".
The page now features a notice saying the recipient is "currently unable to receive money". Ms Jammi said she had discovered the page while preparing for a presentation to the Turing Festival in Edinburgh last week.
She said it was "alarmingly common" for white nationalist groups and personalities to raise funds via a range of legitimate online payment and advertising platforms. A Google spokeswoman said it was looking into the matter.
Ms Jammi has praised some other internet companies, which she said were quicker to clamp down on white nationalists who had tried to use their kkk make money online. These, she said, included the social media network Pinterest, the friendship and dating app Bumble, and the fundraising site Patreon.