You will not be able to open the OpenSky card with a EIN, or under the business name, however, it's important to note that financial institutions consider a small business owner's personal credit standing to be far more important than that of his or her company and typically report business credit card account information to a cardholder's personal credit reports as well as to those of his or her business.
Banks simply consider a small business owner's personal and company finances to be intertwined, especially since business owners are held personally liable for business card debt. Nevertheless, a business credit card will likely help you improve both your personal and business credit standing. You can find our selection of business credit cards here.
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