It only takes a few months to build your initial vendor accounts in step 4 and have them reporting on your business credit report. Once these 5 new accounts are reporting, you can then start securing revolving credit cards in step 5.
Much of this credit you obtain in step 5 is business credit in your business name, so there is no personal credit check required. And much of the credit can be obtained with no personal guarantee from you eliminating your personal liability.
You will first start with some revolving “starter” accounts including credit cards with retailers such as Staples, Home Depot, Tractor Supply, Shell, Office Depot, and more. As some of these accounts report on your business credit report you will then be able to get approved for even more credit.
You can continue to apply, get approved, and obtain credit in your business name with many well-known retailers, and some you might not have heard of.
You can be approved for credit with Wal-mart, Costco, Amazon, Dell, Lowes, Sears, BP, Chevron, Sinclair Gas, Speedway, Sam’s Club, Pitney Bowes, and many more. You can even get approved for multiple credit cards with Visa, MasterCard, even American Express.
As you build your business credit in step 5 you will see that many creditors will issue you approvals as high as $10,000. And again, these are credit cards in your business name, and many of them require no personal credit check or personal guarantee from you to be approved.
Each retailer lists the products they sell, who they report to, and also their underwriting requirements so you will know you can be approved before you even apply.
We even offer you a $50,000 guarantee that they will be approved for at least $50,000 in business credit, and this guarantee applies regardless of your personal credit condition. So you truly have nothing to lose with our leading business credit building system.
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