Is "NAYAX AIR 3" fraud?

Written by Sage Wallace

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "NAYAX AIR 3"?

Nayax Air has been in business for several years, established to offer a variety of products and services primarily in the cashless payment solutions niche. The company provides a range of retail products such as card readers, telematics, and telemetry systems. These products are designed to facilitate secure and efficient cashless transactions for vending machines, kiosks, and other unattended retail environments. Nayax Air also offers software solutions that enable remote monitoring and management of these systems. Their target markets include retail, transportation, and various public venues.

  • NAYAX: Payment processor or service provider
  • AIR: Type of service or product
  • 3: Transaction or terminal identifier
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