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Tarim POS

Tarım POS

By applying to our branches for Tarım POS for your business, you can offer the producers, who are holders of TarımKart, the opportunity to shop now and pay later, during their harvesting season, and increase your turnover!

Agricultural Banking Branches
  • Benefits of Tarım POS
  • Facts You Should Know

Tarım POS, which you can obtain by becoming a Fibabanka contracted merchant, allows you to offer your customers, who are holders of TarımKart, the opportunity and convenience to shop now and pay later, during their harvesting season. Also, in the cases of transactions conducted via Tarım POS, you enjoy being able to collect the amounts owed to you without having to wait for the maturity terms of notes payable to expire and harvesting seasons to occur.

You can offer your customers the options and the opportunity to purchase the agricultural production inputs they need such as seeds, seedlings, fertilizers, agricultural pesticides, fuel, animal feeds, animal health medicines and veterinary services at discounted prices, by time bargains and without interest accrual, using Tarım POS. Thus, you can experience both the delight of supporting farmers, the comfort of collecting the amounts owed to you smoothly and the satisfaction of increasing your POS turnover.

Visit our branches to become a contracted merchant and obtain Tarım POS, which offers exceptional benefits and advantages both for you and for farmers, and for detailed information.

  • Tarım POS allows you to receive payments fast and instantaneously, and eliminate your collection risk.
  • You can collect the amounts owed to you without having to wait for the maturity terms of notes payable to expire and harvesting seasons to occur.
  • Through special deal campaigns, you can offer time bargains to your customers, who are Fibabanka TarımKart holders.
  • You can collect the amounts owed to you anywhere rapidly and smoothly through virtual or Mobile POS.
  • Our bank reserves the right to revise the interest amounts, charge amounts and the maturity terms.