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ATMs can generate significant profits

AN ATM can be a great benefit to retail locations. A service to customers and grow your bottom line

Proforma Profit projection


Believe us when we tell you that owning and operating an ATM is not hard. It is often your best bet and often pays for itself in less than a year!

Transactions 60 100 150 200 250 300 500
Annual Profit from ATM surcharge $2134 $3557 $5335 $7114 $8892 $10670 $10670
ATM Surcharge Revenue $180 $300 $450 $600 $750 $900 $1500
ave Trans/day 2 3 5 7 8 10 17
               
Monthly Costs              
Program Fees - - - - - - -
Communications (Internet)* - - - - - - -
Receipt Paper** $2 $4 $5 $7 $9 $11 $18
Bank Fees - - - - - - -
               
Monthly Profit $178 $296 $445 $593 $741 $889 $1482
               


Cash filling your ATM is a relatively simple task. 

Most of our ATM operators load their own ATMs.

A typical store or bar owner will likely load their ATM with $1000 to $3000 in $20 bills taken from their daily cash deposits.

The System settles the ATMs daily at 9PM EST. and the funds dispensed are automatically direct deposited into your designated bank account next business day.

Banks now charge non-Bank cardholder’s $3.00 per non same bank withdrawal. i.e. TD charges BMO, CIBC, BNS customers $3.00 to get cash from a TD ATM.

EXAMPLE.