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We're getting off topic from my original question. As I mentioned, with any type of sole proprietorship a person can get a business card - blogging for money, selling on ebay, baby sitting, pet walking, yard sales even, etc. Look at the application - one of the selections that you can choose is "Sole Proprietor." This can pertain to anyone that runs a business, no matter how small. I'm not concerned with WHO can get a card in that respect. With most business cards, you can just enter your SS number, but I read on a different forum that with the Chase Ink card, you must have an EIN or Tax ID. I just wanted to verify that. Also, I read that many people were having difficulty getting the card due to issues pertaining to the same reasons people may be denied for personal cards - two many credit cards with the same bank, too many hard pulls with the CRA's, etc. It just seems that Chase is extremely picky with their Ink cards, and I wanted to see if other people had more positive experiences.