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How can our company go about getting a credit card if it is a non-profit organization?
Answered on December 06, 2013 Updated on December 06, 2013
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You can apply for a credit card in your own name and use it for organization purposes. So you will bear all the responsibility for credit and your credit score will be affected. If you decide to apply for a credit card, make sure you answer credit history requirements before submitting the application. If you think of a business credit card, we do not offer credit cards for non-profit organizations. Try to go to your local banks and negotiate with them.
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