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Platinum Card for Business: Liquid capital, business-friendly repayment terms

By Ben Woolsey

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Entrepreneurs, both current and future, can rejoice at an exciting new credit card option now available on the CreditCards.com website. It's the Platinum Business FreedomPass Credit Card from American Express, and it offers a new level of financial freedom to its cardholders.

Compare Business Credit CardsAmerican Express, a leader in consumer and small business credit cards, is in the forefront of new product development. The company prides itself on creating innovative solutions to serve its customers, and with the new Platinum Business FreedomPass Card, they have continued this tradition.

Small business owners are often in need of liquid capital and business-friendly repayment terms. The Platinum FreedomPass Credit Card meets these needs in stride with a compe Savelling 0 percent APR for 6 months

But what is pleasantly surprising is how American Express has coupled low interest with a powerful and flexible business rewards program. As a sign-up bonus American Express provides cardholders with 5,000 welcome points and the ability to earn one point for every purchase dollar going forward.

The really good part for small business credit card members is when it comes time to redeem those easily earned points. Unlike many other reward programs in the marketplace today, the Platinum Business FreedomPass Card actually allows businesses to apply their reward points toward any type of travel-related expense. The list literally includes trains, planes and automobiles…even cruise line tickets.

So if you are ready to experience the freedom of truly flexible rewards and low interest, check out the new Platinum Business FreedomPass Credit Card from American Express.

Published: February 24, 2006


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