The NFRN has struck a deal with ATM provider Cashzone that could see your store profits leap and your banking charges fall.
With a range of ATMs and management options available, you’ll get the solution that suits you, all at no extra cost to your business.
Several members already have a Cashzone ATM and can vouch for the positive impact it has had on their business.
Mr Yogesh Patel, who has a Londis store in Kettering, said: “I have had a Cashzone ATM for 11 months now and it has really helped to boost my business.”
There are four solutions available:
1. Free to use: drives an increase in store footfall and can lead to a 10 per cent increase in revenue. You will earn commission if you refill the ATM.
2. Surcharge: you will earn commission based on the level of withdrawals, and depending on the surcharge level, which is based on store characteristics and local demographics. You’ll earn much more commission if you fill the machine.
3. Self-fill (you manage the cash): saves time taking money to the bank and will lower banking charges as you’ll be recycling cash through the machine. You will also get higher commission levels.
4. Fully managed: Cashzone fills the machine, reducing pressure on your cash flow and giving you a means of providing the service to your customers without it costing anything for you to implement and manage.
Is an ATM right for you?
If you already offer other services such as PayPoint, the National Lottery or Western Union, and if your shop is in a high footfall area among a parade of shops, a school, university or housing estate, then an ATM may be suited to your site.
As a guide, to be able to sustain a free-to- use ATM, you would need to have a store turnover of £13,000 per week. A surcharging ATM would require a turnover of £7,000 per week. However, please enquire to discuss the opportunity in more detail as every store is different.
How to find out more
Alternatively, contact NFRN Connect on freephone 0800 121 6376* or 020 7017 8880 if calling from a mobile.
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