First of all, how old is your business?? I highly
doubt that to establish business credit that they don`t pull from your personal
credit background and worthiness. If your business is less than 2
years old, you more than likely will always have to provide a personal
guaranty. Almost all credit programs require this unless the company is
2-3 years old.
Since you are a LLC, then be prepared as most business credit programs will always require a personal guaranty as well. Furthermore, since you are using your own social security number and not a specific EIN from the IRS for your LLC, well you have just potentially opened yourself up to legal issues and liabilities. This may have just broken what we call in the legal world your "corporate shield" to protect you from liabilities. This is a whole other topic for discussion other than what I have provided here. I would be mindful of this and potentially resolve as soon as possible.
Credit card is a great facility, but sometimes it can be risky, if you don’t use it smartly, sincerely. Generally credit card users make some mistakes like they withdraw cash money from their credit cards, in this situation credit card companies charge heavy and regular interest on cash withdrawal.
Credit card users should be very smart while they make payment through credit cards, they must know all the charges details of their credit cards. Consumers should never withdraw cash money from their credit card.