Ever wanted to own a bank?
Now you can, or at least an Automated Teller Machine.

By now, you've surely noticed the compact indoor and privately owned outdoor ATMs popping up everywhere, seen customers swiping their cards all day long and probably wondered how you can get in on the action.

You can. But you better hurry. The name of the game is "Location, Location, Location", and the good ones are going fast. We expect the truly good opportunities to be mostly gone within next couple of years - just about the time it takes most new ventures to learn the business and get going.

Fortunately, you don't have to start from the bottom. the company offers several ways for you to get involved and profit from the private ATM gold rush, depending on your desired return vs. risk and desired level of involvement.

Programs:

Risk vs. Return Program Liquidity & Growth Potential

Lower risk & effort
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Higher returns

A) Tested location program:
  • Purchase ATMs with existing proven locations. Cost of each unit determined by location's known profitability track record.

Designed for the "hands-off" investor.

CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE
Given the tremendous returns on investment form most successful locations, the company, Inc. will only sell existing portfolios to fund new deployments. At this time the company has sufficient internal funds for it's deployment pace. However, this may change at any time as we sign new deals.

Liquidity: You may sell ATM and location contract to a third party at any time. Transaction processing services must remain to be provided by the company. You may relocate ATM to a better location only if the existing location becomes unprofitable of if you secure the new location yourself.
Company may buy location and/or ATM back by mutual consent.
Availability: Limited number available. Availability not guaranteed.
B) New location program:
  • Purchase ATMs with newly secured locations. Rate of return determined by location's ATM usage.

CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE
Given the tremendous returns on investment form most successful locations, the company, Inc. will only sell existing portfolios to fund new deployments. At this time the company has sufficient internal funds for it's deployment pace. However, this may change at any time as we sign new deals.

Liquidity: You may sell ATM and location contract to a third party at any time.  Transaction processing services must remain to be provided by the company. You may relocate ATM to a better location only if the existing location becomes unprofitable of if you secure the new location yourself.
Company may buy location and/or ATM back by mutual consent.
Availability: Typically long waiting list. the company is currently not opting to sell any of it's newly secured location.

C) Self-placed ATM program:

  • Find viable locations through your own efforts and contacts.
    Purchase the ATM at a special distributor cost - machine only or "turn key". Rate of return determined by location's ATM usage.

RECOMMENDED
No matter what pitch a company gives you, historically and realistically this is the most consistent and common way to make money in this business. No one will ever care about your profits as much as you do and there is no "free lunch". In the end it all comes down to location. A little effort will bring a lot of yield.
Finding one may be easier then you think. You see good potential locations every day and simply have not learned to notice them. It is only a matter of taking the effort to approach them and sign a simple agreement which we can provide.
If you are committedly active we will be glad to work with you and share our experience and knowledge as we have done with many existing associates.

Liquidity: You may sell ATM and location contract to a third party or relocate ATM at any time.
Company may buy location and/or ATM back by mutual consent.
Availability: Unlimited.

 

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