- Flexibility – Make purchases, pay bills or get cash
- Affordability – Low interest rates
- Convenience – Visa is accepted worldwide
- Security – Multiple layers of protection for your money
- Access – View your account online anytime, day or night
- Auto rental insurance
- Travel accident insurance
- Local customer service
- Lost or stolen card reporting
- Online access to statements
Through our partnership with Bankers’ Bank we offer two business credit card plans.
|Visa® Business Classic||Visa® Business Rewards|
|Annual Fee - per account under the master||$25.00||$60.00|
|ScoreCard Points - travel and gift awards||None||Yes*|
|25 day grace period for repayment||Yes||Yes|
|2% or $20.00 minimum payment||Yes||Yes|
|Late Fee||Up to $20.00||Up to $20.00|
|Over Limit Fee||None||None|
|Up to a 1% fee will be assessed on foreign transactions||Yes||Yes|
|Internet access to account information|
|Minimum Annual Income||None||None|
|Minimum Credit Line||None||None|
|Fee on Cash Advances - 2% of advance with a $5.00 min. and $25.00 max.||Yes||Yes|
|Free Travel Accident Insurance||Yes|
|Free Auto Rental Insurance||Yes||Yes|
|Free Warranty Manager Service||Yes||Yes|
|Free Travel and Emergency Assistance||Yes||Yes|
|Corporate Liability Waiver Insurance||Yes||Yes|
|Apply now for Visa® Business Classic card||Apply now for Visa® Business Rewards card|
Information Needed to Apply
Please review the list of information needed to apply for the business credit cards. If you need assistance with the application, click here to contact a business banker or call us at 608.836.1616. To get started with the application, click on one of the links above.
Capitol Bank requires the following for all business credit cards:
- Signed and completed Application
- Personal Guaranty (page two of the Application)
- Not required for non-profits, municipalities, or larger stock corporations.
- Beneficial Owner Form
- Copy of Driver’s License
- Financial Information
- Business Statements
- Previous year-end Income Statement and Balance Sheet or Tax Return
- Current year-to-date interim statements
- Guarantor Personal Financial Statement
- Business Statements
- Borrowing Resolution
- Most businesses require the appropriate resolution
- Not needed for Sole Proprietorships
- Municipalities/non-profits can use the Organization Resolution or alternative documentation, such as:
- Minutes from board/council meeting authorizing stated limit and borrower by name
- Letter from agent of organization with authority to borrow on its behalf, such as a city executive or treasurer
In addition we need the following depending on the type of business:
- Articles of Incorporation
- By-laws (states titles/positions of individuals that can borrow on behalf of corp.)
Limited Liability Company
- Articles of Organization
- Operating Agreement (states titles/positions of individuals that can borrow on
behalf of the LLC)
- Sole Member LLC’s without an operating agreement must submit a signed statement indicating sole member status.
- Partnership Agreement
Require a typed document stating how the organization operates. Who has the authority to borrow funds on behalf of the Organization (their titles must be listed) etc.
Account Questions or Travel Notification?
Contact The Community BankCard Department at Bankers’ Bank with account inquiries (balance, transactions, etc.) during weekday business hours (M-F 8:00 – 5:00).
You can also contact FIS (Fidelity Information Services), our processor based in Florida, for customer service 24/7/365.
Customer Service: 1-800-423-7503
Security Lost/Stolen: 1-800-325-3678