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GM business card offers attractive benefits for cardholders

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The new GM Business Card from Chase offers some attractive benefits for business owners, particularly if they drive a GM vehicle.  The GM Business Card is a cash back credit card that rewards consumers with 3 percent cash back on fuel purchases at the pump, at restaurants, and at office supply stores, places most business owners will find themselves spending money on a regular basis.  Additionally, cardholders who drive a GM vehicle will appreciate the fact that the credit card extends its 3 percent cash back bonuses to parts and service at authorized GM dealers. Also, with no caps on your earnings, or no limit on redemptions for eligible GM vehicles, the GM Business Card from Chase allows cardholders to really rack up the bonuses. Plus, the GM Business Card acts as a financial tool, enabling business owners to consolidate, analyze, and manage their financial data online.  Think of how the ability to track credit card and other business expenses could end up saving your company even more.

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Meanwhile, other features of the GM Business Card go a long way toward making you feel secure.  In addition to zero liability on unauthorized purchases, the credit card provides up to $100,000 travel accident insurance, purchase assurance, MasterRental insurance coverage, Master RoadAssist Roadside Coverage, lost/stolen card reporting, MasterCard Global Service, travel assistance services, emergency cash and card replacement, baggage delay, and warranty manager. 

That's a lot of features for such a small piece of plastic.  If you are a small business owner and find these reward features appealing, you may wish to consider the new GM Business Card as a new addition to your enterprise. 

Published: June 22, 2006


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