Lowe’s Accounts Receivable

The Lowe’s Accounts Receivable card is for business owners looking track employee spending on multiple cards.

See our review and comparison of all the Lowe’s business cards in our Review of the Lowe’s Business Credit Card Options.

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  • Rewards

    None

  • Signup Bonus None
  • Chip Technology None
  • Foreign Transaction Fee -
  • Intro Balance Transfer APR -
  • Regular Balance Transfer APR -
  • Cash Advance APR -
  • Penalty APR -
  • Late Fee -
  • Returned Payment Fee Up to $20

Card Benefits

Check your card's Guide to Benefits to learn the specific benefits your card offers and how to access them. Learn more about credit card benefits here.

Account Management

  • Limit Dollar Amount: Ability to limit dollar amount on a single purchase.
  • Individual and Consolidated Statements
  • Authorized User Access
  • Credit Line Assignment: Share credit lines between accounts, or assign specific credit lines for an account.
  • Online Account Management

Security

  • Fraud Protection: You will not be held responsible for any unauthorized charges on your card.

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