Ending your Copier Lease

If you are like most people then you probably have a good understanding of your copier lease, all the way up until you need to return your machine. This is an all too common mistake that can be a huge incontinence to people. Too many people take the end of their lease for granted and end up paying the price. Ending your copier lease is just as important as any other part of you lease and you need to understand what to do.

Look through your lease and see what you agreed to have happen at the end of your lease. Pay attention to any fines or charges that may be enacted if you do something wrong. Many people don’t look at any of this information and are surprised that they have to pay money.

The first, and most important, thing to pay attention to is who is picking up your copier. You may assume that your leasing company will get your copier when your lease ends, but that’s not always the case. In fact, many leasing companies make you return it on your own because they know how expensive it can be. They know that if you suddenly need to pay $500 to ship your machine that you may want another option.

They may try and say that they will get your copier free of charge if you sign another lease with them. We would suggest leaving if this is how they treat their customers.

You should also be aware of packing protocol. Most companies make you package toner is separate sealed plastic bags to avoid spills and staining. You may also have to package your paper tray or other small parts separately.

Knowing the ins-and-outs of your lease is hugely important to save yourself money. Look at how to end your copier lease and save yourself some trouble and money. A little research now can help you save a lot in the long run.