5 Reasons Why the Flexbase Card Is Better Than the One You Are Using

Improving Cashflow
8 min
Nov 16, 2022

There are several reasons that the Flexbase credit card is the only credit card you should consider for your business.

Keep reading to discover the five main reasons you should apply for a Flexbase card today.

#1: The Flexbase Card has Up To 10x Higher Credit Limits

The ability to buy equipment now and pay later is essential to keep project timelines moving and avoid delays. Lagging payments from your client and low credit card limits can leave your business in a lurch. 

Unfortunately, traditional credit cards were not designed to solve this problem. While typical credit cards like Amex or Capital One may offer some relief, the credit limits are often not large enough to meet the demands of construction expenses. And if you have bad credit, you’ll have to shell out hefty security deposits to utilize these cards.

The Flexbase card solves this problem by offering up to 10x the credit limit than other credit cards on the market so you can actually keep up with realistic construction expenses. We offer more by basing your credit limit on the amount on your future invoices and business health, not your personal credit score.

#2: 0% interest for 60 days*

Many other business cards provide you 0% interest for 30 days. With Flexbase, you get to unlock another 30 days of free working capital.

As a business owner, getting access to working capital is often expensive: traditional long-term loans with high interest rates, short-term loans with aggressive sharks, or your standard 30-day float on other business credit cards.

Flexbase gives you 0% interest for 60 days*, for free.

#3: You Can Track Receipts By Project

The Flexbase card allows you to ditch the annoying paper trail of collected receipts by allowing you to digitally track receipts and organize them by project.

Here’s how it works:

When one of your workers swipes the Flexbase card at a store, they are prompted to take a photo of the receipt and tag it to a specific project.

Not only do you not have to keep track of a paper trail, but you save dozens and dozens of hours in accounting time with this tagging feature alone.

The receipt history is attached to the client invoice to provide complete transparency on project expenses.

The Flexbase Card’s expense management solution is simple, easier than using Gmail.

#4: You Don’t Have to Pay a Security Deposit

If your credit is not suberb, which is typical in the construction industry, most credit cards will require you to pay a security deposit for collateral.

When you are already experiencing cash flow problems, shelling out more cash for a security deposit is less than ideal.

At Flexbase, we allow you to keep your cash in your pocket with zero security deposit required.

#5: Unlimited Employee Cards with Spend Controls (Free)

You need to give 5 different employees a company card? No problem.

And each one needs a different credit limit? No problem.

And Rachel can spend money on software while Bob can only spend money at Home Depot? No problem.

Apply for the Flexbase Card Today

If you’re ready to solve the cash flow problems in your construction business and not let your bad credit hold you back, sign up for the Flexbase card today.


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