TrueEarnings Business Card from Costco and American Express Review

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Last updated on December 18, 2015 Views: 547 Comments: 5

American Express has always been great in varying their credit card offers to business owners. Whether a business owner’s priority is travel accommodations, spending power or saving money, there’s a credit or charge card designed to help out. The TrueEarnings Business Card from Costco and American Express fits into the saving money category, offering strong cash back on gasoline purchases at U.S. gas stations, including at Costco.

The TrueEarnings® Business Card’s primary feature is cash back, and the card offers competitive cash back rates. Cash back is earned on eligible purchases only and you will get your cash back in the form of an annual coupon. Terms and restrictions apply.

Every business is entitled to additional perks and benefits as owners of an American Express business credit cards. Here are some of the noteworthy benefits.

  • No annual fee with your paid Costco membership.
  • Car Rental Loss and Damage Insurance
  • OPEN Savings offers discounts credited to your statement when you use your card for eligible purchases with OPEN Savings partners.

Few business credit cards offer the full package. These tend to be big money makers for card issuers, whether through a high interest rate or annual fee. The TrueEarnings Business Card from Costco and American Express seems to be one of the few business cards offering a solid rewards program with a low APR, and, possibly most importantly, no annual fee.

Consider enhancing your business by signing up for the TrueEarnings® Business Card from Costco and American Express today.

Disclaimer: This content is not provided or commissioned by American Express. Opinions expressed here are author’s alone, not those of American Express, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by American Express. This site may be compensated through American Express Affiliate Program.

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Anonymous says:

Won’t ever bash Costco, after-all they cut a great deal with AMEX, a deal I’m sure VISA or MC would kill for. Love Costco. .. Beware of one thing on the AMEX side.. it’s in their best interest to get our of paying your that reward however they can. I pay my bill electronically and AMEX sends you the cash reward buried in one of your monthly statements. The issue is the reward coupon expires if it’s not used. You have to know when it’s coming and be looking for it. Especially if you’re paying your invoice on line. Last year I ate a $470 and I was S.O.L w/AMEX .. i know, partly my fault, bu still very frustrating. that was my money!

Anonymous says:

I have had this card for several years. You get Costco bucks back at the end of the year, but you can go into Costco and cash them in for…well, cash. Only downside, and it’s a big one: I was using my card at a local gas station, and even though the monthly bill said “Fuel Purchase” I did not get the 4% credit because the gas station’s name was “Vigilante” and not “BP” or “Sunoco,” etc. When I called they told me there is no way to fix that; the computer goes by company name, not TYPE of purchase. WTF? So I lost a few hundred dollars in cash-back because my “fuel purchase” was not good enough for their computer. I only use that card for gas at name-brand stations now.

Luke Landes says:

That’s a big downside to every cash back program. If he credit card doesn’t categorize each merchant correctly, you could miss out on the right cash back level for a purchase. I’m half surprised they wouldn’t make a correction in your case.

Ceecee says:

That sounds pretty good. I wonder how old and established the business has to be in order to get one of these. AMEX is usually pretty picky.

lynn says:

This sounds like it could be the beginning of a good relationship. Business owners grab a Cosco membership anyway.