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Best Corporate Credit Card (not small business)

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  • Apr 3rd, 2019 5:36 pm
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Aug 5, 2008
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Best Corporate Credit Card (not small business)

We are currently with BMO (have been for 10 years) and have been using a small business card which is tied to personal credit limit.

We have tried switching to a corporate card but they told us that there is $500 review charge and it seemed like an overall PITA. We don't need the "credit" part at all, we are always cashflow positive but just need the convenience of paying our corporate expenses with a card (and not via cheque).

Anyone have any experience with corporate credit cards? Or can make a suggestion?

Thanks!
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Newbie
Apr 2, 2019
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I suggest these RBC credit cards! They have a card for any need you could think of (rewards/cash back, low fee, low interest rate, US dollar, self-service card management, data integration, etc.) combined with great value propositions and premium customer service.

RBC Commercial credit cards: https://www.rbcroyalbank.com/business/c ... commercial
RBC Business credit cards: https://www.rbcroyalbank.com/business/c ... edit-cards

They even have a comparison tool that helps you determine the right card for you.

I'd recommend the commercial credit cards if you require more than 5 cards!
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Aug 21, 2007
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the 'business' amex charge cards are usually business in name but tied to personal credit, if interested in those...however amex is not always as widely accepted
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adeel wrote: the 'business' amex charge cards are usually business in name but tied to personal credit, if interested in those...however amex is not always as widely accepted
Thanks, but that's the problem we have now. We don't want the card to be tied to anyone's personal credit.
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Aug 21, 2007
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junkmail2002 wrote: Thanks, but that's the problem we have now. We don't want the card to be tied to anyone's personal credit.
may want to switch banks then...ive found that RBC is pretty decent about getting a corporate card (i was approached - didnt need/want it, but was almost like a pre-approval)

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