Chase announces a new business card portfolio



image Chase Card Services has launched a suite of business cards Ink that was developed specifically for small businesses. This business card portfolio includes four distinct cards "to deliver on the unique needs of small business owners and marks Chase’s introduction of a pay-in-full charge card – a first from issuers of Visa or MasterCard."

“As a long-time bank for small businesses, we listened intently to the powerful aspirations and unique needs of small business owners for more control, flexibility and rewards in how they manage their business finances,” said Richard Quigley, president of Ink from Chase at Chase Card Services, a division of JPMorgan Chase. “We designed Ink to help keep small businesses balanced and moving ahead so they can continue to succeed.”

Small business owners who use Ink from Chase have access to a core set of business tools including:

• Ability to earn rewards on all business spending and redeem for items that can be reinvested back into the business or for personal use through Chase’s Ultimate Rewards℠ program or cash back;
• Online expense management tools to manage their business spending, complete with online reporting capabilities as well as customized reports on spending that can be categorized, sorted and downloaded to accounting software for easy tracking and tax purposes;
• Additional cards for employees with individual spending limits and custom alerts delivered via email or text to track employee spending – all while earning rewards from employees’ purchases;
• Ability to control and customize payment terms through Blueprint℠ – small business owners can choose to pay a minimum, portion or full balance each month;
• Access to a dedicated team of business card specialists who understand the unique financial needs of small business owners; and
• Additional security with fraud and purchase protection features that provide peace of mind for small business owners.

All Ink business cards are accepted at twice as many locations worldwide as American Express, supported by Chase’s 5,200 bank branches and their trusted staffs, and are designed to meet the individual needs of small business owners:

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