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Best biz credit cards with low intro balance transfers that don't report to personal? $46k in balances


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I have about $46k on 3 cards reporting on my person from new business expenses. I'm trying to find a way to transfer these to business cards with low balance transfer rates so my utilization isn't wrecked. Obviously would need to be feasible I would get approved as well. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! 
 

TU FICO 8 733
EFX FICO 8 740
EXP FICO 8 728

61% Utilization
$46k total balance (from business)

No late payments or bads.
 

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Best Business card around for into 0% APR is US Bank Triple Cash. 

Amex Blue business plus will give you 12 mth 0% 

Chase has a business card too with 12 mth 0%. 

Truist has a business card with 9mth with rewards and 12 mth with no rewards 

Bofa has a card with 7 mths

 

Crap1 and Discover business cards report on personal so stay away from them. 

 

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10 hours ago, greendude said:

Best Business card around for into 0% APR is US Bank Triple Cash. 

Amex Blue business plus will give you 12 mth 0% 

Chase has a business card too with 12 mth 0%. 

Truist has a business card with 9mth with rewards and 12 mth with no rewards 

Bofa has a card with 7 mths

 

Crap1 and Discover business cards report on personal so stay away from them. 

 

Really appreciate it. 
Was going to apply for Amex but I thought I read that they will not do balance transfers from other cards.. Am I wrong about this? 

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On 10/7/2022 at 11:20 AM, monacho said:

I just got a business credit card from Poppy Bank that's not reporting to personal and it let me balance transfer $9,200 on a $10,000 line with 0% interest - but I don't remember how long it is for.

Poppy Bank? They offer business CC's I just came from their website and all they showed were different loan programs. How do you view their credit cards?

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