Let’s face it — most traditional credit card limits can not meet the demands of the construction business.
The Flexbase card is different. Imagine, what could you do right now with 10x your current credit card limit?
Here are 7 things you could be doing if you had the Flexbase card.
The flexbase card gives you 60 days to pay, with 0% interest. Forget the inflexible payment structures you may have seen with other cards. With Flexbase, you’ll have more time to focus on what you care about: completing jobs and earning income!
Never have to worry about nickel and diming every expense for materials. With 10x the credit limit, you can rest assured that you have the budget to buy all the materials you need for your construction projects.
With extra funds, you can expand your business and take on more jobs, so you can make even more money.
You don’t need us to tell you that depleting funds can cause major delays in your construction projects, which can leave your money circling the drain. With accessible capital, you can complete jobs faster — and put more money into your pockets
You probably haven’t thought of using your credit card to fund marketing because you have never had enough capital to go around in the first place. With 10x the credit limit, you can allocate some of your budget to Facebook ads and marketing campaigns that can help line up future construction projects.
While equipment repairs are inevitable, you may find a tiny piece of your soul dying when you have to use your already small credit limit on equipment maintenance. With 10x the credit limit, you can rest easy knowing that equipment repairs can comfortably fit into your budget.
Yes, you read that right. Having a higher credit limit can improve your credit score.
Why? Three words: Lower credit utilization. Allow us to explain.
If you have a credit limit of $2,000, and you are spending $1,800 each month, you’re utilizing 90% of your available credit. With 10x the higher credit limit, you not only have more spending power but can lower your credit ratio if you aren’t maxing out every month.