Multiple cardholders

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Multiple cardholders

Postby wccjesse » Wed Apr 01, 2009 8:27 pm


I'd be very grateful if anyone can suggest a card with these features...

I'm looking for a personal MasterCard or Visa rewards card that offers at least 6 additional cardholders with separate credit card numbers and will separately list the expenses of the different cardholders on the statements.

I have an Amex that offers this - but my Visa/MasterCards with Chase and Bank of America do not: I have different cardholders with the SAME number which results in their expenses being all mixed together on the statement.

Any suggestions???


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Southwest Visa Business Card Review

Postby fffresh » Thu Apr 02, 2009 9:18 pm

For your needs I would recommend checking out the Southwest Visa business card. I know a number of businesses that use that card and as far as I know they divide expenses between each account. They also let you have a number of different accounts. Although I do not know the maximum number of credit cards issued per account, I know several businesses that have six or more employees and as far as I know they are all operating under the main parent account.

You did mention Chase did not offer this though, and I do know the Southwest Visa Business card is issued by Chase. Is this particular credit card an exception?

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why not go with the amex?

Postby bozell » Sun Apr 05, 2009 3:45 am

you said american express allows multiple accounts so why not stick with what works?

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