TEAM & EXPERTISE

CJ McMahon

CJ McMahon

Founder and CEO

Mike Anderson

Mike Anderson

Co-Founder and COO

Katherine Burnard

Katherine Burnard

Head of Fulfillment

Mike Poglese

Mike Poglese

Head of Location Acquisition

Amaru Guadamuz

Amaru Guadamuz

Director of Call Center

Emily Milner

Emily Milner

Head of Operations

Ashley Gilchrist

Ashley Gilchrist

Controller

Tom Pacheco

Tom Pacheco

Systems & Automation Specialist

Alex Graves

Alex Graves

Business Development Manager

Ian Chambers

Ian Chambers

Portfolio Manager

Denesse Longoria

Denesse Longoria

Location Acquisition Specialist

Brenden Boudin

Brenden Boudin

Location Acquisition Specialist

Hannah Orellano

Hannah Orellano

Location Acquisition Assistant

María Jiménez

María Jiménez

Quality Assurance Manager

Hamlet Mota

Hamlet Mota

Cash Management Coordinator

Sharda Johnson

Sharda Johnson

Administrative Coordinator

Emil Kirubaharan

Emil Kirubaharan

Fulfillment & Cash Management Coordinator

Marissa Hemphill

Marissa Hemphill

Project Coordinator

Brittany Skates

Brittany Skates

TID Specialist

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FAQ

How does an ATM Business work?

When you own an Automated Teller Machine (ATM), you earn revenue every time someone uses it to withdraw cash. Each transaction incurs a service charge, which you collect. The withdrawn amount, along with the service charge, is credited to your business bank account daily.

Consider it like this: you're essentially a private financial facilitator for the masses. You offer your own money for customers to access, and they pay a fee for this privilege. The principal amount they take is returned to your account, plus the fee. Instead of your funds lying dormant in a savings account, they're continuously earning for you. This is the beauty of PASSIVE cash flow.

What Makes ATMInvestors Different?

We are the only service provider in the United States that can build ATM businesses of up to 200 units at a time within 48 states. Our portfolio of over 3000 units nationwide allows us to run rigorous data projects to predictably layout financial projections.

Aren’t we moving to a Cashless society?

Federal Reserve’s 2023 Diary of Consumer Payment Choice reported that cash accounted for 19% of transactions in 2020 amid the height of the epidemic - then bounced right back up to 20% in 2021.

“The environmental factors were almost completely there for cash to go away, and it didn't,” said O’Brien, lead analyst in the Federal Reserve's FedCash Service. “Our conclusion was that people who are using cash just really want to use it, or they really need to use it.”

O’Brien noted cash use is a necessity for many “unbanked” – a generally lower-income group that does not have checking, savings, or other bank accounts. He added cash is seen as safe during a crisis, when people are worried financial institutions or payment infrastructures will go offline or won’t be available to facilitate transactions.

During the pandemic, average cash holdings per consumer soared from $241 in 2019 to $418 in 2022.

Cash use remaining constant in the past 3 years shows that cash may have already experienced it’s “floor”.

How much can I make with ATMs?

The national average ATM does 300 transactions, and the national average surcharge is $3.50. However, we do not provide any guarantees of financial returns. Our Pro-Forma is a minimum projection based on data that we’ve acquired from running this business for over 17 years.

How do I start?

Book a call with our team so we can walk you through the process, and you’ll have your first ATM placed within 30 days.

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