Yes, it is hard to get the American Express Blue Business Cash™ Card because it requires at least good credit for approval. Unless your credit score is 700 or higher and you have a lot of income, it will be difficult for you to get approved for the Amex Blue Business Cash card.
In order to get the Amex Blue Business Cash card, you will have to meet the credit score requirement, have a steady income and be at least 18 years old. You’ll also need to have an SSN or ITIN.
Keep in mind that even if you meet all of the requirements for the Amex Blue Business Cash card, you’re never guaranteed to be approved.
You should note that while your credit score is an important factor, there are plenty of other things that will impact your chances of being approved for an American Express credit card, too. Some other key criteria include your income, existing debt load, number of open accounts, recent credit inquiries, employment status, and housing status.
People drive me nuts with these answers, critical thinking skills are missing. Even if the cards are “hard” to get it still has levels. I read the question not as “is it easy to get an Amex” but “which card has the lowest requirements?” Lowest requirements doesn’t mean 500 credit score it simply means the lowest for that company which could be 750, it’s not a low number but is the LOWEST REQUIREMENT. From reading the answers NONE of you answered the question just went on your personal rant. So for clarity I will re-ask the question for the OP.… read full answer
The American Express annual fee is $0 to $695, depending on the card. If an Amex credit card has an annual fee, it gets charged to the card when the account is opened and again every year during the month of the card’s anniversary. The higher the card’s annual fee is, the more rewards and benefits it’s likely to offer, but there are still plenty of worthwhile cards with $0 annual fees.… read full answer
Whether you should get an American Express card with an annual fee depends on your spending preferences. If you’re a light spender, you’ll likely want to avoid a fee. But if you spend a lot, you’ll probably find the more expensive cards to be more lucrative in the long run.
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