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Ex-police officer made $12 million in 3 years after buying ATMs for $2,100 and operating them as a side hustle

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Paul Alex, a former police officer, transitioned from law enforcement to investing in cash-flowing assets.

He started with ATMs, eventually expanding to 30 machines, each ideally yielding a minimum return of $200 per month.

Despite a successful law enforcement career, the long hours and financial volatility led him to seek a more stable path. (Trending: Sports Icon Dies Suddenly At 56)

Paul Alex said, “I didn’t have any personal freedom.”

“I was neglecting my personal life. I wasn’t hanging around my family who I love. I’m a big family guy. And at the end of the day, I realized, this can’t be life,” he continued.

“What really was a morale killer was the fact that you want to move ahead in life. And I feel it kept you static when that happened,” said the former police officer.

He found ATMs to be a low-cost, low-risk investment, generating quick profits.

By 2023, his companies ATMTogether and Merchant Task Force had generated substantial profits.

Alex’s approach involved scouting high-traffic locations and using credit cards for initial funding.

His ATMs eventually generated $9,000 to $12,000 in monthly net profit, leading him to leave law enforcement and focus on building his ATM business.

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