So, you have picked the ATM you wish to buy and it comes standard with a dial lock – your salesperson asks you if want to upgrade to an electronic lock and you have some hesitation you wonder,
“Why should I upgrade my lock to an electronic lock?”
Let CORD Financial provide you with some insight on why you should choose an electronic lock over the standard combination lock.
The benefits of a dial lock are that it doesn’t require a battery like an electronic lock does and it comes at no extra cost to you. Now, some people might say they don’t mind manually entering the password each time they need to access their ATM safe, but the time spent entering the password can add up.
While the dial lock might not cost you extra up front, it might cost you later down the road. If you ever have to reset your dial lock password this can prove costly! In order to reset the combination lock a lock key is required. If you do not have a lock key this could require a technician to come out and reset the lock for you which could cost you anywhere from $100 to $200.
Changing your ATM safe password is important if you do not load the ATM with cash yourself and an employee does it. If the employee is no longer with your company you should change your password in order to maintain security.
Why Chose an Electronic Lock?
An electronic lock is a fast and secure way to keep your ATM safe locked. Getting in and out of the ATM safe is a breeze and allows loading cash to be effortless. If you ever need to change the ATM safe password it is an easy change with little time wasted.
If you are interested in getting an electronic lock on your ATM or have any additional questions – leave a comment or contact CORD directly at Sales@CORDfinancial.com