Introducing the Amazon.com Business Visa Card
By Jeremy M. Simon | Published: May 28, 2006
Are you a small business owner that loves to shop online at Amazon.com? If the answer is yes, the Amazon.com Business Visa Card should be in your wallet. The Amazon.com card offers many of the great features of the Chase Amazon.com Platinum Visa Card enjoyed by consumers, but with a few additions aimed squarely at serving the small business credit card market.
The Amazon.com Business Visa Card has an identical reward points system to the Chase Amazon.com Platinum Visa Card, which enables you to begin earning points after the first time you pay with the credit card. The first purchase with your Amazon.com Business Visa Card will give you 1,500 bonus points.
As you continue to pay with your new credit card, you will continue to earn points quickly, easily and automatically. Each dollar you spend at Amazon.com will earn you 3 reward points, and each dollar spent on purchases elsewhere will earn you 1 reward point. For every 2,500 reward points you accumulate, you will receive a $25 Amazon.com Reward Certificate. Small business owners may want to apply their points toward such business necessities as books, software, computers, and electronics or anything else sold on Amazon.com.
The Amazon.com Business Visa Card provides a 0 percent APR rate for 6 months on purchases and balance transfers, no annual fee and zero liability on unauthorized purchases. Also, this business credit card provides quarterly management reports to help you keep track of business spending. Plus, your employees' spending can help you get rewards that much faster, as all authorized users under your account earn points for you.
Small business owners that love to shop at Amazon.com should consider making the Amazon.com Business Visa Card a part of their business solutions. And, since you can buy virtually anything through Amazon, it can be a very convenient way to shop for your business and personal needs. Apply online and start earning points you can redeem for the Amazon.com rewards you really want!
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