Finding the Right Credit-Card Partner

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on September 26, 2005

Get a good credit-card authorizing company that you can grow with. Most of them initially set a limit on the amount of money you can make per month. If you grow faster than expected, those restrictions can really hurt. Make sure that whatever company you’re working with will be there for you throughout your company’s expansion.

Howard Melamed
Co-founder
CellAntenna
Coral Springs, Fla.

Reader Comments

Aaron Smith

September 5, 2006 9:18 AM

We are looking for a credit card partner. Our company is looking to market credit cards but we are having a difficult time contracting with one. Any suggestions?

Thank you,
Aaron Smith
DAAR Marketing

leonard lombardo

November 21, 2006 4:00 PM

My company, Homes, Loans and Beyond is looking to start a credit card that we can offer our clients with our business logo. We are a chain store that has roughly 250 locations going up by the summer of 2007. If you feel this is something your company might be interested in, feel free to send me an email to discuss further.

Mike

July 8, 2007 3:51 PM

I am also looking to partner with a credit card company. Do you have any words of wisdom on how to start the process?

steve rosen

October 19, 2007 2:42 PM

I saw this message posted and I have the same question as this one below. Can you please forward me the proper response.

We are looking for a credit card partner. Our company is looking to market credit cards but we are having a difficult time contracting with one. Any suggestions?

Larry Hughes

November 5, 2007 4:51 PM

Seems like lots of people have this question, me included. I've done extensive searches, too. Seems strange that the answer isn't more prevalent on the Web.

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