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anyone app for Chase ink as a sole proprietorship? I was thinking its worth it to use the ink card to pay phone, internet, and cable. Probably wouldn't use it for anything else so any limit would do.


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Re: Chase Ink cash


NJTurnpike wrote:

anyone app for Chase ink as a sole proprietorship? I was thinking its worth it to use the ink card to pay phone, internet, and cable. Probably wouldn't use it for anything else so any limit would do.


Yes, you can apply as a sole proprietor. I did, have the Ink Cash and Bold. I am closing the Cash in a couple months so I can get the Plus (and another 50,000 points bonus for minimum spend). 

 

Be aware they are going to ask you business related questions during the recon. It's a guaranteed recon so be ready. I have a FEIN so it helped but I know people who have gotten one with SSN. 

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scenery_guy wrote:

NJTurnpike wrote:

anyone app for Chase ink as a sole proprietorship? I was thinking its worth it to use the ink card to pay phone, internet, and cable. Probably wouldn't use it for anything else so any limit would do.


Yes, you can apply as a sole proprietor. I did, have the Ink Cash and Bold. I am closing the Cash in a couple months so I can get the Plus (and another 50,000 points bonus for minimum spend). 

 

Be aware they are going to ask you business related questions during the recon. It's a guaranteed recon so be ready. I have a FEIN so it helped but I know people who have gotten one with SSN. 


+1 they want to make sure you have a business



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With Chase, the first business app is always going to be an effort.

 

For new apps:

 

1.  They want to see proof of a business, either through EIN, DBN name and/or business banking statement (they only accept theirs).

2.  Will ask you questions regarding your business, revenue, business plan and years experience within the industry.

3.  Personal guarantee 

 

It's a 5 or 10 minute conversation.  If your CR is in order, they'll likely approve you.

 

Absolutely worth it becuase Chase and Amex offers far and away the best business cards in the industry.  No one even comes close.

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