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The Chase Ink Cash Business Credit Card offers not only great cash back rewards and amazing signup bonuses, but also a facile online system where you can easily manage your account. On this page, we will provide information on how to log in, how to retrieve your credentials and how to create an online account.
How to Login / Make a Payment
If you already have access to online banking, here is what you need to do in order to sign in:
Step 1: Open the credit card’s homepage and click on the ‘Sign In’ button in order to access the log in page.
Step 2: Introduce your User ID and Password and press ‘Log on.’
Forgot Password / Username
In case you forgot your user ID and/or password, do not despair, it is very easy to retrieve them. Here is how to proceed:
Step 1: Go to the credit card’s log in webpage and click on ‘Forgot your User ID and Password’ in order to open the credential retrieval page.
Step 2: Introduce your social security number or Tax ID number and your Chase ATM credit card number and press ‘Next.’
Step 3: After retrieving your User ID use the provided identification code to reset your password.
Activation / Registration
If you don’t yet have access to online banking, here are the steps you need to follow in order to set up an account:
Step 1: Go to the credit card’s log in page and click on ‘Need a User ID? Sign up now’ to open the registration page.
Step 2: Choose the type of your card (in this case, business), enter your account number and your social security number and, after choosing a User ID, press ‘Next.’
Step 3: You will receive an identification code and will then be asked to set up a password, read details about the legal agreements and services, and confirm your agreement to them.
Q: I heard that you can apply for Chase Ink Cash Business Credit Card even though you do not have a business? Is that possible?
A business credit card application requires your business's name and federal tax identification number. If you own a small business, providing that information should not be a problem, but in case you are not running a company, the card issuers allow you to open a business credit card as a sole proprietorship using your Social Security number. Chase tends to be flexible about what qualifies as a business, since it allows you to apply as sole proprietorship, which means a business that is owned and operated by only one person. Examples of these kind of sole proprietorships is the selling of stuff on eBay or Etsy or doing some freelancing jobs.
Q: What is Chase 5/24 rule?
The “Chase 5/24” rule is introduced by Chase and it shows that excellent credit score is not enough for the credit card approval when Chase credit cards are in question. It means that if you have opened five or more new credit card accounts in the past 24 months, you will not be approved for a new Chase card. This does not apply to the number of cards opened in the previous 2 years and there are some cards that do not belong to this list such as IHG Rewards Club Select, The Hyatt credit card, British Airways Visa, Disney Rewards Visa, Ritz-Carlton Rewards and Marriott Rewards Premier Business card. You can always contact the Chase representative and ask for the reason of the denial, but if this is one of the reasons nothing can help you get an approval.