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Sam's Club Launches Business All-In-One Card

BENTONVILLE, Ark. – Sam's Club said late last week it was rolling out the new Business All-In-One Card, which combines the buying power of membership and credit in one card. Sam's Club Business Members and Business Plus Members throughout the United States will be eligible to apply for the card.

Sam's Club and Stamford, Conn.-based GE Consumer Finance have partnered to create a card with multiple benefits, among them choice of payment-due date, 24-hour online account management, itemized billing statements, no annual fee, and zero fraud liability. Sam's Club, Wal-Mart,, and Wal-Mart Neighborhood Markets will accept the card.

"Small businesses are important to us because they are the driving force of our economy," said Cara Kinzey, Sam's Club's v.p. of membership, in a statement. "The Business All-In-One Card gives small businesses tremendous financial flexibility and allows multiple authorized buyers for added convenience. This program is a great addition to the suite of financial services Sam’s Club offers its business customers."

"We're excited to work with Sam's Club to introduce the Business All-In-One Card," said Margaret Keane of GE Consumer Finance- Americas. "The application process is easy, and we hope small companies everywhere will take advantage of the card's wide range of benefits."

Applications are currently available at Sam's Clubs stores, and those members who are approved for the Business All-In-One Card can pick up their cards at Sam's Club Member Services desks. Additional information can be found at under the "Sam's Club Credit" section.
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