There are several easy approval business credit cards. That’s because the easiest business credit cards to get only require fair or bad credit. They include Capital One Spark Classic for Business, the Staples Business Credit Card, and the Wells Fargo Business Secured Credit Card. It’s also worth noting that while you must have a business to get one of these cards, your personal credit history matters a lot more than your company’s.
Here are your options for easy approval business credit cards:
Fair Credit: Staples Business Credit Card You’ll save $50 on a purchase of $150 or more made within 45 days of opening your account. You’ll also get 5% back in Staples credit for each purchase. There’s no annual fee. Your APR will be somewhere between 14.99% and 23.99%, depending on credit worthiness.
Bad Credit: Wells Fargo Business Secured Credit Card You’ll get 1.5% cash back on purchases. The annual fee is $25. The minimum security deposit is $500. And the APR is 16.40%. The BBVA Compass Business Secured Card is another good option.
You’ll get 2% cash back on the first $1,000 you spend at gas stations and restaurants each quarter. You’ll get 1% cash back on all other purchases. Discover matches the cash back you earn the first year. There’s no annual fee, the APR is 24.24%, and the minimum deposit is $200.
There are a few easy approval business credit cards, so you shouldn’t let limited or damaged credit prevent you from getting the card your business needs. And remember, if you pay your bills on time and keep your credit utilization ratio low, your credit should steadily improve over time.
I think the easiest one to get is the Capital One Spark Classic for Business. Especially if you have limited credit. It doesn’t have an annual fee or foreign transaction fees, and you earn 1% cash back on every purchase. And the best part is that it helps you build business credit, provided you use it responsibly.
The easiest one I think would be the Wells Fargo secured business card. Obviously, the fact that it's secured makes it much easier to get approved for, since you'll be basically borrowing from your own money. The downside is (as it is for most started business cards) they'll pull your personal report, not the one assigned to the company.
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