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4.0/5.0 from 14 Offer Ratings
Over the Past 60 Days!
Late Payment Fees Up to $35
Foreign Transaction Fee None
Cash Advance Fee 3% of the amount of the cash advance, but not less than $10
Returned Payment Fee Up to $25
Penalty APR 25.24% (Variable)
Minimum Interest Charge See Terms*
Rewards Cap No cap
Rewards Rate 3% Earnings at gas stations, restaurants, and office supply stores; 1% Earnings on all other purchases; plus, 5% Earnings on purchases of GM parts, accessories and service at authorized GM dealers
Annual Fee $0
Grace Period 25 days
For business owners who are interested in purchasing or leasing a new vehicle, there is now a credit card that can help you reach that goal. The BuyPower Busines Card from Capital One® is designed to help you earn rewards fast to put towards a new GMC, Chevy, Buick, or Cadillac vehicle. This card earns 5% rewards on purchases with GM dealers, 3% rewards on gas, restaurants and office supply stores, and 1% on everything else.
There's no limits on the amount of rewards you can earn, so this card could be esspecially profitable if you purchase parts and accessories from or regularly have your vehical serviced at an authorized GM dealer. Also you're rewards never expire, so you can let them build up over time and then cash out for a big redemption.
On top of the lucritive rewards program, this card comes with some unique features that business owners will love. The is no annual fee, no foreign transaction fees, and cardholders will enjoy 0% intro APR on purchases for 12 months. The ongoing APR is a competitve 13.74% Variable.
If you’re a business owner who is interested in earning rewards on everyday purchases to put towards the purchase or lease of a new vehicle, this is definitely a good choice for you.
The fact that there is no limit to the rewards earning could make this card beneficial if you spend a lot in the 5% and 3% bonus categories. Also, there's no annual fee and no foreign transaction fees.
If you’re not interested in the purchase or lease of a new vehicle by GMC, Chevy, Buick, or Cadillac, this would not be a good choice for you.
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14 Total Ratings