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Is there a bussiness card with no personal guarentee

Date: April 3, 2007, 6:11 am
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When you accumulate enough points for a good credit score, and will be able to apply for a business credit card for a good credit, it will be possible to use your personal credit as a guarantee. Later on, as you continue using business credit cards, applying for the new ones and paying them off in a timely manner for not less than 5 years, you`ll be able to use your business credit history as a guarantee of your ability to pay. So, every time you will apply for a credit card, you will have a right to give your tax ID instead of SSN, to refer the bank to a business credit bureau. To find out which credit cards base on your business credit, you are welcome to visit our business credit cards section and read the terms & conditions of business credit cards and find the best card for you.
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