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Zip Key Revalue Easier


April 1, 2008
By Canadian Vending

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Attention fans of cashless payment – adding value to
your Zip key has just become easier. New technology has just been
introduced allowing Zip users to revalue Zip keys using a credit card,
making the key fob based system even more convenient.

Attention fans of cashless payment – adding value to your Zip key has just become easier. New technology has just been introduced allowing Zip users to revalue Zip keys using a credit card, making the key fob based system even more convenient.

Zip, available through Vendors Exchange International, is a cashless payment system whereby a customer uses a key fob in place of cash, tokens or coupons to purchase vended items. Aside from eliminating the need to carry cash, the Zip system also allows users and operators to add a dollar value or specific number of vends to the key fob.

The key is also programmable to have free-vend value limits for specific machines, giving operators the flexibility of offering a free coffee or free snack vend to users.

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Zip keys have always had the ability to be revalued using cash or a special operator revalue key, but now adding value has become easier through the new recharge station. This device adds funds to Zip keys using cash or credit card, and has the added feature of centralized cash collection. The new credit card revalue station also has the feature of accepting up to $20 bills.

Operators have the additional benefits of reduced service calls resulting from jammed bills or coins, as well as saving time and effort that is eliminated by not having to sort and count cash for each machine. Zip software keeps track of the dollar values going into the machine and permits operators to obtain detailed statistics on machine use.

For additional information on Zip, contact Vendors Exchange International at 800-321-2311, or visit Zip on the web through www.zipkeyusa.com. For additional information on Vendors Exchange International, contact Christine Papesch by phone 216-432-1800, fax 216-432-2786, or e-mail christine.papesch@veii.com. Details may also be obtained through the web at www.veii.com.


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