You cannot apply for a Walmart business credit card. The Walmart Business Store Credit Card has been discontinued, and there’s no indication when, or if, the retail chain will offer credit cards geared toward small business owners in the future.
In the meantime, if you’re a frequent Walmart shopper looking for rewards on company spending at Walmart, the Capital One Walmart Rewards® Mastercard® and the Walmart® Store Card both offer bonus cash back on Walmart in-store and online purchases. The Walmart Rewards Mastercard can be used anywhere Mastercard is accepted, too. And you can legally use either card for business purposes.
The easiest business credit card to get is the Wells Fargo Business Secured Credit Card because it accepts applicants with bad credit. The Wells Fargo Business Secured Credit Card also has a $0 annual fee and rewards cardholders with 1.5% cash back on all purchases. A minimum security deposit of $500 is required, though.… read full answer
In general, the easiest credit cards for a business to get require bad-to-fair credit for approval. It’s also worth noting that while you must have a business to get most of these cards, your personal credit history matters a lot more than your company’s credit standing.
As you can see, there are a few easy approval business credit cards available, 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.
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