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You’ve heard us talk before about the many benefits of buying an ATM for your business. It increases revenue, brings in foot traffic, reduces credit card transaction fees, etc. But what about the different ways to use your ATM? How can you generate some serious profit and build your business? Sure, you can just use it for additional income, but what about making money off selling ATMs too? If you’re thinking of investing in an ATM for your business, you are thinking in the right direction.

Invest in an ATM for Both Revenue and Customers

Your customers might want access to an ATM so they can quickly and conveniently withdraw cash. Even if they’re only withdrawing cash, you’ll still profit. How?

Surcharge fees. These fees are the amount you set so when people use your ATM to withdraw cash, they will be charged for using it. Before you know it, you will be earning a tidy little side profit as the number of people using your ATM increases.

By Investing in an ATM, You Secure a Consistent Source of Income

Placing your ATM in a store that’s open 24 hours, you’ll have more opportunities to make money from your ATM. This especially works with the bar/club scene, where cover charges will likely be cash only. Having an ATM that’s available and ready will help generate more revenue throughout the day.

You can even put up signs announcing that you have an ATM available 24/7 for people to use to withdraw cash.

What Do You Need to Do First to Invest in an ATM?

If you already have a store, you can place ATM in your store or become an ATM distributor with us. You can either open a business solely focused on supplying ATMs to other businesses or you can supply ATMs as a side business. Whichever way you choose, there is only one winner – you!

Puloon will supply you with high-quality and reliable ATMs, while you do the selling and distribution. You can sign up to become a distributor or you can get an ATM for your business location to boost foot traffic.