Splash Press Release (Press Release) – Atlanta, GA – Sept 10th, 2010
Atlanta, GA – Shawn Casey was turned down for a loan when he was trying to establish his business almost 20 years ago. The same was true for any credit cards he attempted to get. Luckily, there are start up business credit cards available to new business owners that have little or no business credit at all. However, that does not mean you should pick the first credit card you see as the one for your business.
Shawn Casey explains, “Start up business credit cards are similar to personal credit cards in terms of the fact that there are good ones out there as well as some real bad ones. You need to evaluate each card type before you sign on the dotted line for any start up business credit cards. Pick only the ones you feel fit your individual needs and wants of your business in a credit card.”
He continues, “No one knows the situation you are in when you are building your business except for you even if it is one where you are forced to look at bad credit business credit cards!”
Shawn explains more about how to make sure you are choosing the right cards at his blog. To find out the 3 things you should always consider when picking start up business credit cards, check out his blog post: “Start Up Business Credit Cards“
Shawn Casey, Small Business Owner, Has Created A Website On The Important Steps Of Building Business Credit. One Of The Ways He Says You Can Being Building Credit For Your Business Is To Obtain Start Up Business Credit Cards For Creating And Establishing Your Business. He Also Strongly Encourages All New Business Owners To Use Unsecured Small Business Credit Cards And Keep Their Personal Assets Separate ad Safe