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Discover business cards

Has anyone had any experience with them if so please share?

Limits?

CLI's?

Just wish to no more about them because i don't hear much. Thanks

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Re: Discover business cards


myjourney wrote:

Has anyone had any experience with them if so please share?

Limits?

CLI's?

Just wish to no more about them because i don't hear much. Thanks


Had one back when they launched it with my mom taking it as primary and it started with a tiny $2k limit (Most of her limits at time were much higher $10+)

As the economy went down they were one of the first to start reporting the credit line to personal credit rather you defaulted or not.  Capital One did also.

They run VERY conservative just like personal side but otherwise customer service was excellent and really no other complaints.

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Re: Discover business cards

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Thanks Creditaddict

 

After never hearing anything about it I was puzzled but you solved all my questions. I have a cap1 sparks so I dont want anymore cards that report on personal CR.

It screws up my personal UTL at times if I don't watch it for large material purchases.

Very much appreciated for sure!Smiley Wink


Creditaddict wrote:

myjourney wrote:

Has anyone had any experience with them if so please share?

Limits?

CLI's?

Just wish to no more about them because i don't hear much. Thanks


Had one back when they launched it with my mom taking it as primary and it started with a tiny $2k limit (Most of her limits at time were much higher $10+)

As the economy went down they were one of the first to start reporting the credit line to personal credit rather you defaulted or not.  Capital One did also.

They run VERY conservative just like personal side but otherwise customer service was excellent and really no other complaints.




Before you app think...
Have you done your research of the CC?
Does it fit your spending?
Do you have a plan for the bonus w/o going into debt?
Can you afford the AF?
Do you know the cards benefits? Is it worth the HP?

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