HTA to provide ATM help

The Horticultural Trades Association (HTA) has announced a new CRoP partnership offering to its members from ATM supplier, YourCash.

The scheme aims to help HTA members to save money on their bank charges, and gain some commission in the process.

YourCash is a provider of ATM services, with a network of 5,000 cash machines throughout the UK and Europe. ATMs are compliant to Link, VISA and MasterCard regulations and are secure. In 2014, YourCash handled 77 million ATM transactions, dispensing £3 billion across the UK, Netherlands and Belgium.

Johnsons Garden Centre, Bolton's David Issac said: "Since installing the ATM, we are banking less cash and are already enjoying a reduction in bank charges. Having a Free to Use ATM has given us a competitive advantage over the local charging machines; this has drawn new customers to Johnsons and encourages spend in the garden centre."

HTA members will receive higher commission rates based on the withdrawals on the ATM, and if they choose to use the National Garden Gift Vouchers branded machines, they will receive £100 of National Garden Gift Vouchers in the month following ATM installation.

YourCash managing director Ewan Ogilvie said: "We are delighted to be working with the HTA. Working with their commitment to their members, we are looking to ensure the ATM becomes a beneficial and welcome new service for all garden centre customers. We are looking forward to working with and supporting the HTA vision and their undoubted success in the future."

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