Brex Card for Ecommerce

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Brex Card for Ecommerce

Brex Card for Ecommerce

Intro APR N/A
Annual Fee $0

Rates and Fees

Intro APR N/A
Purchase APR Each charge made on the card is due and payable in full 60 days after it was made.
Annual Fee $0
Welcome Offer Exclusive signup offers from the best providers in the ecommerce ecosystem (e.g. Shippo, Zentail, Postscript, Google Ads) worth over $50,000 in value.
Rewards Rate N/A


  • Perfect for ecommerce companies and online brands that have been in business at least 1 year ($50,000 or more in monthly sales required)
  • Net 60 terms: Take a full 60 days to pay your bill and improve cash flow management
  • 0% interest, no fees, no catch
  • No personal guarantee and no impact on your personal credit score
  • Get a credit limit at 50-100% of your future monthly sales, up to $5 million
  • Brex cards are issued on the Mastercard network. Enjoy worldwide acceptance with no foreign transaction fees
  • Easy online application with instant approvals: Get a virtual card in 5 minutes and a physical card in the mail in 3-5 days
  • Save time with automated receipt-capture via text and email and integrations with all major accounting software
  • Build business credit: Brex partners with Experian and D&B to report your on-time payments

Nav's Verdict

Bottom Line A great card for ecommerce companies looking for extra time to pay their bills.

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Kali Geldis

Kali Geldis is the Director of Marketing for Nav, helping small business owners stay up to date on the latest news in business leadership, financing and credit. Previously, she worked as Editorial Director for, building an editorial team that creates content shared with a network of partner sites on all things personal finance.

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