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I have a corporate credit card. It's only used for very specific expenses which are reimbursed pretty quickly. In my case, I MUST make those purchases on the card for reimbursement. I never thought much about it...the card is for me "on behalf of" my employer.
It sounds like you have the choice to use one or not. I guess it doesn't really matter, but if you felt that your employer would leave you owing the balance, you could either continue to decline it, or not use it for expenses if you felt things were going wrong on a company level or you might choose to leave. I guess things could happen unexpectedly, but I've never been in an environment, from low-level retail years ago to high-level professional employment now, where there weren't *obvious* signs that things were rotten in the state of Denmark. Also, do they make you pay up front with later reimbursement for not using the card? If so, you could *still* be left holding the bag. Just sayin'.
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