How to Get a POS Machine from Access Bank

How to get a POS Machine from Bank
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The introduction of the POS Machine by the Central Bank of Nigeria has brought a great sense of relief and ease to carry out transactions for many businesses and it has also been a source of income for many hustlers. If you are looking to get an Access Bank POS Machine for your business, I will briefly show you what you need to do.

What is a POS Machine? A POS (Point Of Sale) Machine is a portable electronic device that allows businesses to accept bank card payments for transactions.

A lot of small business owners find the use of POS terminals as a payment option preferable to cash. This option eliminates the problem of not having the exact change for customers during transactions, and it also minimises employee and bandit theft.

The POS Machine has become very common that it is being used even in the smallest supermarkets.

How to get a POS Machine from Bank

Benefits of a POS Machine for Your Business

  1. It is a faster and quicker way of completing transactions
  2. It reduces the risk of robbery and theft
  3. It removes the quest and struggles for “change” because the exact amount is charged from the customers’ account.
  4. It is a better means for Customer Satisfaction
  5. It reduces bank congestion as your money is credited directly yo your bank account without any rush to go and deposit cash in the bank.
  6. Collections management
  7. Receive instant value for payments made
  8. Reduced cash handling charges
  9. Improved account reconciliation
  10. Eliminates the hassles of clearing & confirming cheques

POS Machines are issued by Banks. Here is a list of banks and companies that issue POS Machines for businesses

SEE ALSO: How to Become a Mobile Money Agent in Nigeria (FirstMonie, UBA Moni, AccessMoney)

How to get Pos  Machine from Access Bank

To get a POS Machine from Access Bank, you must have

  • An Account – Before Access Bank deploys a POS terminal to your business outlet, you need to maintain an account with them.
  • POS Document and Agreement – You need to collect POS document from your account officer or the nearest branch of Access Bank.
  • POS Charges – POS terminals and support are free but you pay a fee per transaction. (Typically, 1.25% with a cap or NGN2,000).


List of Banks and Companies that Offer POS Business in Nigeria

  • First Bank (FirstMonie)
  • Access Bank or Diamond Bank
  • FCMB
  • Zenith Bank
  • UBA
  • Fidelity Bank.
  • Polaris Bank
  • Paga
  • Opay
  • Mtn MoMo
  • Quickteller
  • Kudi e.t.c.

SEE ALSO: How to Become a Mobile Money Agent in Nigeria (FirstMonie, UBA Moni, AccessMoney)

How to Keep your POS Machine working Perfectly Well

To keep your Pos Machine in perfect condition, there are a few little but important things you must do regularly. These are

  1. Back it up: Even though you’d like like to think that your servers are immune to the catastrophes others have experienced, you absolutely must back up your data regularly. Create a regular system for backing up your data, and make sure you have an employee who is accountable for ensuring that the process is completed each day
  2. Keep your hardware clean: Don’t underestimate the damage that can be caused by mistreating POS hardware. The hardware gets heavy use and is dropped and spilt on with some regularity. By taking the time to clean and maintain the equipment, you can avoid service interruptions.
  3. Purge old data: Just like your personal computer, your POS system can get bogged down when its full of old, useless information. Help it perform its best by regularly purging the data that’s no longer needed. This could include customer information, reports, items, receivables, or products.

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Author: Erommonsele Emmanuel

My name is Emmanuel, I am a graduate Mechanical Engineer, Technology Enthusiast and Lover of God. Welcome to your number one Tech Plug.

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