Capital one business platinum credit card for businesses with fair credit score
Though there are a number of business credit cards offered by banks and other financial institutions, very few of them are offered to business that have a poor or fair credit score. Capital One Business Platinum Credit Card(OFFER EXPIRED) has been launched exclusively for businesses that have a fair credit score. Since this is a platinum card, it comes loaded with features and benefits that are sure to benefit the business.
One of the benefits of this card is that it offers 0% APR on all purchases made using the card for the first six months. The variable APR, after the expiry of the promotional offer, is 19.99%. This is one of the very few business credit cards that give you an opportunity to increase your credit limit on the card within six months of use. Using the card for business purchases within the first three months, making repayments on time and not exceeding the available limit, makes the cardholder eligible for extra credit.
There is no balance transfer fee on the card; any cash advances on the card incur an interest of just 3%. Businesses can personalize these credit cards by opting for a card with the company logo on it. To help you with bookkeeping, the bank provides you with an itemized report, that outlines all the purchases made during the financial year. In addition to this, cardholders can enjoy the facility of online banking and discounts for various business purchases.
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