SAM'S Club Offers ATMs in Vendor Catalog

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SAM'S Club has signed an agreement with Access Cash International, an ATM distributor, to carry automated teller machines and their installation in its business vendor catalog, the company said yesterday.


Access Cash International's Triton ATMs will be the only ATM offered in the catalog, which was expected to be mailed yesterday to the cataloger's 150,000 business customers.


Two models will be available in the catalog, priced at $4,661.12 and $6,549.98. ATMs also can be ordered by using a toll-free number in the catalog, which connects buyers to an Access Cash call center.


"We'll arrange financing, schedule a shipment of ATMs and arrange for installation technicians to meet the machines," said Michael Shackelford, Access Cash regional sales manager. "We can even provide training to employees."


SAM'S Club is a members-only warehouse with 39 million members nationwide. There are two eligibility levels, Business and Advantage. Business members are those who hold a valid city/state business tax permit or professional license. Anyone is eligible for an Advantage membership.


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