Applying for the Revenued Card: Is My Bank Supported by Plaid?

The Revenued Business Card has all of the convenience of a credit card without the credit score requirements that may have kept you from getting a business card in the past. The obstacles that stood in your way when applying for a credit or charge card will not be a problem with The Revenued Business Card — mainly because our card is not a credit card. Applying for a Revenued Business Card does not entail:

  • Checking your business credit score — The Card will not affect your business or  FICO  credit  score, since it is based on your business revenue and ability to make payments rather than your credit history.
  • Checking your personal credit score — Revenued only performs a soft credit pull when applying for the card, so your credit report will not have a “hard inquiry” to drag down your score as a credit card check would.
  • Requiring collateral — Secured credit cards involve a hefty deposit that acts as collateral for your funds. If you do not pay them back, the credit card company will keep your deposit.

Applying is easy. Simply fill out our online form and a member of our team will help you through the step by step application process.

Still have questions? Call us today at +1-877-662-3489 or email us at [email protected] to learn more about the revolutionary Revenued Business Card. We’re here to help.

We're working on some pretty cool new pieces of content, including tools that will give you insight into your business finances.

Want to be the first to know when they launch?

Dig Deeper into Uncategorized

What is the Employee Retention Credit (ERC)?
What is the Employee Retention Credit (ERC)?

The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) is a tax credit available for small business owners, LLC’s, S-Corps or 1099 employees. Similar to the $1,200 stimulus check taxpayers received, this credit is designed to help small businesses during these trying times. The ERC is not a loan, it’s a tax credit, meaning that it does not have […]

How Do Consumer Protections for Business Credit Cards and Personal Cards Differ?

Small business owners often turn to credit cards to unlock greater spending power and fuel company growth. In most cases, they can choose to use a personal consumer credit card in their name or a business card in their company’s name. There are benefits to utilizing a business credit card account, including liberal cash back […]

The Best Small Business Loans for Women

According to a report commissioned last year by American Express, women own roughly 11.6 million U.S.-based businesses, amounting to nearly 9 million employees and more than $1.7 trillion in revenue.

How Do Business Credit Cards Make Record-Keeping Easier?

Whether you use the wrong type of card or use it too often, mismanaging your business credit card can harm your company’s bottom line. However, using a card for dedicated business expenditures can simplify record-keeping with careful management, saving you time and money.  Business credit card issuers offer unique features like employee card tracking and […]