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What Credit Score is required for an American Express Plum Card?

By Kevin / December 22, 2010
what credit score is required for an american express plum card?

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Q: After reading a review of the American Express Plum Card, I am definitely interested in applying. What credit score is required to gain approval for this card?

A: The American Express Plum Card is one of the business credit cards offered by American Express. This card provides business people with a way to pay for purchases directly related to their business so that they can keep separate records regarding personal and business credit card expenditures.

In order to obtain The Enhanced Plum® Card from American Express OPEN, your credit score should be in the “good,” “very good,” or “excellent” range. This means that your numerical score should be at the very least between 700 and 800. It may be possible to obtain a Plum card with a lower score, but you won’t know until you apply.

Once you have applied for and received your Plum card, you can start enjoying all the different things the card will buy for your office or business. In addition, because you are (or should be) using it for a separate business account, you will be able to keep better track of expenditures as well as have receipts and statement information, all of which is so important to the day to day operation of a business.

If you’re not sure what your credit score is, you can order a free report from TransUnion, Equifax, or Experian—the three main credit reporting companies.

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