Alaskan owned and operated; our ATM services for your Alaska business are prompt and reliable. We service Anchorage, Palmer, Wasilla and Fairbanks.
Our pricing includes shipping, ATM installation, receipt paper (on surcharge accounts), and troubleshooting services if needed.
We install, maintain, vault, replace receipt paper (on surcharge accounts), setup transaction processing, and more all at no cost to you.
Your ATM account shows transactions in real time. You will receive daily ACH deposits directly into your account with each surcharge.
Optional custom ATM wrap displaying your company logo and custom colors is available for a reasonable fee.
Our services include vault cashing your ATM for a portion of the surcharge fee.
You have two service options to choose from. Both are hassle free and are no cost to you.
Partial Placement. We deliver and install the ATM but you provide the cash and receive a percentage of the surcharge fee.
Full Placement. We install the ATM and do the vault cashing.
If you have ample foot traffic and a need for cash then an ATM would be a good addition to your business.
Alaska businesses that specialize in personal care services like hair and nail salons encourage cash gratuities for their staff.
An ATM ensures that costumers don’t miss out at the cash only merchandise booths and concessions.
Federal law mandates that this type of business be cash only so customers will need access to cash with an ATM.
ATMs are necessities in cash-only restaurants and bars. They are also good to have in businness that accept credit cards since servers prefer cash tips.
Service staff prefer cash gratuities.
Farmers’ markets, bazaars, county fairs, flea markets and festivals are an excellent location for an ATM as many activities and vendors are cash-only.
Have you ever been in one that didn’t have an ATM?
These places often have vending machines for snacks. Having an ATM on location ensures they have the cash for their late-night cravings.
One of the most important and strategic decisions you will make as a business owner is choosing the right location(s) for your ATM. The ATM relies on foot traffic to be profitable and placing your machine in the path of your customers iwill be key to its success. Some customers may also find your business in search of an ATM to use by using and ATM locator.
The location should be: