Why consider starting your own ATM business?
If you are on the hunt for a business that:

  • Can net over $100,00 a year
  • A business that requires less then an hour a month of your time
  • Allows you to manage your business schedule from home
  • Offers a low cost start up
  • Requires no employees or storefront
  • Your investment will be paid back within 6 months.

If this is your check list, then we have the perfect business model for you, starting your own ATM Business. With Cash to Go, you can own a franchise without franchise fees and we pay you 100% of the surcharge. We also sell our machines to our franchisees at cost.

Contact us today to learn more about starting your own ATM Business and start living the good life!

Step <strong>1</strong>

Step 1

Determine whether you want to get involved with an ATM franchise or start your own company. Many ATM franchises are available that sell you a name brand and the machines that you need. This provides you with a proven business plan, but it can also be more expensive than simply buying some ATMs by yourself.

Step <strong>2</strong>

Step 2

Buy the equipment that you need for your ATM business. You may want to start out with a single ATM and expand, or you could buy several right from the start. A single ATM will usually cost somewhere between $3,000 and $10,000. You may also need to buy some extra equipment, such as a clip that you can fill with money to refill the machines. In some cases, you may also need a truck that you can use to service the ATMs and move them around.

Step <strong>3</strong>

Step 3

Set up the legal aspects of your ATM business. If you plan on doing business under a business name, you will need to register it with your county clerk. You may also want to set up a business entity such as a limited liability company so that you can avoid any personal liability. This can be done by filing articles of organization with your state and then paying the appropriate filing fee. You will also need to buy a business license from your city government.

Step <strong>4</strong>

Step 4

Find locations that you can place your ATM. You need to look for public areas that get a large amount of foot traffic. For example, you may expect somewhere between 3 and 5 percent of people who pass by your ATM to actually use it. With transaction fees of $2 to $4, you can then calculate approximately how much money you can generate per month and year from a location. You will need to talk to business owners and work out an agreement to place your ATM on the property. You will most likely to pay some type of rent or commission to the business owner.

Step <strong>5</strong>

Step 5

Place the ATMs in the locations that you secure and set them up. They will require access to a phone line or the Internet. You will also need to set up a computer so that you can check the ATMs. Most ATMs allow their owners to get online and check their status. This will allow you to see how much money you need to take with you to fill them.