Territory Dispensary, with areas in Mesa, Chandler, and Gilbert, has established a fresh partnership with TreezPay, that allows both medical clients and leisure clients in Arizona to cover ahead of time for instructions placed online. Present systems that are ordering Arizona accept online orders but do not process payments, meaning customers pay for their orders on-site in cash. TreezPay allows shoppers to log directly into their bank account to process payments for both pickup that is in-store distribution, saving some time reducing contact as COVID-19 situations continue steadily to increase in Arizona.
“In terms of convenience, you can’t have more efficient than TreezPay,” claims advertising expert Kelly Fox. “Our patients and clients can put an on-line purchase, login to a secure link to their bank provided via text message, walk into our doors, and walk out with their order as soon as their allotment is recorded. No more waiting in line at the ATM or fumbling with change– you can even leave your cannabis guide a tip!”
TreezPay launched across all three Territory locations on January 1st, and Territory has seen success that is great both their medical clients and leisure clients. Territory ended up being the dispensary that is first Arizona to offer prepaid ordering at multiple locations.
Because marijuana sales are still federally illegal, dispensaries cannot legally accept credit cards due to regulations that are federal. TreezPay initiates a bank-to-bank ACH transfer, eliminating any ambiguity that is legal ensuring patient information is 100% secure. Transactions are subject to a service that is flat that is similar to ATM charges.
“because of the introduction for the leisure market, our priorities are COVID-safety and rate, so everybody advantages from TreezPay– even people who don’t use it” says Fox. “Customers who already fully know whatever they want to purchase can save yourself huge amounts of the time, and our staff can consider supplying more individualized care to clients whom need more guidance along with their alternatives.”
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