If you have been on your copier lease for a while then it may be time to think about how to correctly end your copier lease. It’s not always as straightforward as people think it is. Don’t take your lease for granted. The best thing that you can do is understand your lease early on so you can protect yourself from getting fined later.
Ending a copier lease correctly isn’t hard to do. All you have to know is what to look for in your lease and how to handle it. There are 3 major areas that you are going to want to pay attention to.
- Automatic Rollover. This gives the copier leasing company the ability to continue your lease unless you specifically cancel it. This lets them continue you lease whether you like it or not.You usually need to contact your copier leasing company about 90 days before the end of your lease.
- Shipping the Copier. Don’t assume that your copier company will pick up the copier for you. Look into shipping methods and get it figured out early. This is the best way to get a good deal and figure out logistics before it becomes more expensive.
- Packing up parts. Make sure you know how to package everything correctly before sending your copier back. The worst thing is to get a charge for something as easy as not putting toner in a plastic bag.
Ending a copier lease correctly is not complicated. Just make sure you understand these 3 parts of your copier lease and the process should be a breeze.