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Air Force Veteran Thomas Berkley Helps Aspiring Entrepreneurs Build Passive Income with ATMs

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In this modern day and age, traditional means of business seem to have fallen by the wayside, but ten-year Air Force Veteran Thomas Berkley knows that the ATM business is going strong with each passing day. Equipped with knowledge and expertise on how to build, manage, and operate an ATM business, Thomas Berkley takes his years of tenure and experience to his thriving ATM Freedom University, where he educates entrepreneurs on the ins and outs of the ATM business industry.

ATMs have made the lives of millions of consumers far more convenient, but unbeknownst to many, these machines can be one of the most profitable businesses. Thomas Berkley is leading the charge in this niche industry by putting the information out there and doing his own due diligence to help create successful ATM entrepreneurs. 

Thomas Berkley is no stranger to success. He is a ClickFunnels Two Comma Club award winner for building a seven-figure company and runs multiple six-figure companies under his belt. In addition, Berkley has a personal portfolio of over 50 ATMs all across Ohio and is the founder and CEO of the ATM Freedom University, which teaches entrepreneurs how to make passive income using ATMs, as well as building these businesses for them with the company’s own “Done For You” service.

Thomas Berkley initially got his start in the ATM industry when he was 18 years old while enlisted in the Air Force. He met his first mentor during his service, who was from a small town back in Ohio. They immediately bonded over their shared passion for business, leading Berkley’s mentor to share some of his business knowledge with the young upstart.

“He told me that an individual could own the exact same ATMs that banks did, minus the cute coat of paint. He took me under his wing and helped me start my own ATM business right out of the military, and everything skyrocketed for me from there,” fondly recalled the firebrand entrepreneur. In 2018, Thomas Berkley created his first YouTube video about how to start an ATM business.

The video garnered an overwhelming response from his audience, with countless subscribers asking him to keep pumping out the videos. Eventually, people started inquiring whether Berkley could do everything for them for a fee. Due to popular demand, ATM Freedom University was born.

Currently, ATM Freedom University has helped over 600 students build successful ATM businesses. Through its esteemed “Done For You” services, the company has created a massive influx of successful ATM entrepreneurs with a simple process. First, they bring in a new client, onboard them, and find a location within 60 mins of the client’s home. Then, Berkley and his team will negotiate the contract with the business owner, ship the ATM to the location, send a technician to meet the client and install, program, and service the machine. Finally, the technician will teach the client how to manage the machine while it’s up and running. “The whole process is completely hands-off,” shared Thomas Berkley. 

There is no other company out there that does what ATM Freedom University does best. “We’re the only company that negotiates contracts for our students, and we’re the only ones who have techs all over the US that will install, program, and service client’s machines for them,” explained Berkley. 

Emboldened by his passion for teaching and leading others, Thomas Berkley created ATM Freedom University with the hopes of keeping his passion alive. Since the inception of his thriving business, he has managed to not only teach others how to run their own ATM business but also lead them toward true financial freedom. 

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