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Anyone have experience with a Barclays Business card, and more specifically, does it report to your personal reports?

 

Ive scoured the internet, and find basically nothing. FT references a DOC post, and DOC references a single FT post from 2012 or something.

 

Does anyone here have a Barclays US Air/AA Biz, Hawaiian Airlines biz or Jetblue biz? And if so, how does it report (or not report) ?

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I have an LLC to supplement my income at Farmer's markets and such - but I'd never use a business card because they're essentially useless if a crook gets their hands on the card. Very limited protection.

 

If I got a business card for my LLC, it would report on my personal credit. As for a large corporation, I've no idea how that would play out.

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I'd never use a business card because they're essentially useless if a crook gets their hands on the card. Very limited protection.

 

So business credit cards don't have the $0 fraud protection of personal credit cards? Is this industry standard for business credit cards or only some of them?

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I have an LLC to supplement my income at Farmer's markets and such - but I'd never use a business card because they're essentially useless if a crook gets their hands on the card. Very limited protection.

 

If I got a business card for my LLC, it would report on my personal credit. As for a large corporation, I've no idea how that would play out.

 

Except for Cap1, I do not know of any business cards that report to personal credit, regardless of business structure. There are lot of pluses to business cards as well.

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I have the Hawaiian Business card and can confirm it does not report to personal credit.

 

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Sweet.

 

I'm surprised at the lack of info out there about the Barclays products. I can usually dig around and find most of it.

 

Going to apply for Jetblue today.

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I have an LLC to supplement my income at Farmer's markets and such - but I'd never use a business card because they're essentially useless if a crook gets their hands on the card. Very limited protection.

 

If I got a business card for my LLC, it would report on my personal credit. As for a large corporation, I've no idea how that would play out.

Except for Cap1, I do not know of any business cards that report to personal credit, regardless of business structure. There are lot of pluses to business cards as well.

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I have an LLC to supplement my income at Farmer's markets and such - but I'd never use a business card because they're essentially useless if a crook gets their hands on the card. Very limited protection.

 

If I got a business card for my LLC, it would report on my personal credit. As for a large corporation, I've no idea how that would play out.

 

Huh? I have several cards for both my S Corp and my LLC. Your entity type has no bearing on how they report, its on the bank.

 

And most business cards have $0 fraud liability. I am not sure where you came up with that. What business cards do not have is CARD Act protections, but that is different than $0 fraud liability.

 

Here's a BofA Business card landing page: https://www.bankofamerica.com/smallbusiness/credit-cards/products/cash-rewards-business-credit-card/#productInformationDetailsSBCC2 Click on "credit security" to read about liability.

 

Here's the Barclays JetBlue Business card landing page: https://www.myjetbluebusinesscard.com/apply/Landing.action?campaignId=2242&cellNumber=1&referrerid=PTRBAHPBR Look under "other perks" to read about liability.

 

Those just happen to be two tabs I have open on my computer.

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I can tell you for a fact that CapOne Spark has $0 fraud liability, I know this from experience. The other day someone got a hold of my card number and charged about $3,500 in crap on it. CapOne caught it, immediately reversed the charges and is sending out new cards.

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It probably depends on the type of business. I just know mine reported to my personal until I found out that the protections weren't there like they were for a personal card, so I got rid of it.

Both of your posts make ZERO sense in the english language or on planet Earth! Are you human?

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