I looked through the application agreement. I'm no lawyer, but I didn't see anything in there that would be a violation of terms.Did you open the actual application or just read the general informational stuff on the website? If you were to open the actual application, there is an authorization box at the bottom just above the Submit Now button. It says"-------By submitting the application:- I certify that I have read and agree to all terms, conditions, authorizations and disclosures provided with this credit application and that all information provided is true and correct.- I agree this is a business account and shall only be used for business purposes and not for personal, family or household use.--------But not everyone on this board are single income W-2 wage earners, so I don't understand why discussing a business card would be off limits. It just doesn't apply to everyone.I didn't say it was off-limits. Please point to any of my posts where I said I did. If you go back to pehenia's post, he/she said "You don't need a business to get one, just put your SSN in place of the EIN."http://boards.fool.com/okay-im-going-to-try-not-to-blow-your...If you go back to the first post on the thread, the OP didn't ask what is the best business card for perks. By default, I assume a person is asking about personal credit cards, not business credit cards unless specified.PSU
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