It may seem a little counter-intuitive, but there are things you have to take care of, even when your copier lease is coming to an end. It’s a common mistake to think that your leasing company will take care of everything for you. However, this is rarely the case. At Copier Boston we want to help you make it easier to know what you are responsible for when ending a copier lease.
There are three main things that you are going to want to pay attention to when it comes to the end of a copier lease. Each of these three areas are important, and missing one is a great way to lose yourself some money. Pay close attention and you won’t have to deal with problems down the road.
- Look for automatic rollover. Check for this in your lease right from the beginning. This will give your leasing company the ability to continue your lease, even after the final days. They will demand that you terminate your lease within a certain time period to ensure that your lease ends on time. Don’t miss this date or you could be stuck with a longer lease than you planned.
- Figure out shipping plans. You will be the one responsible for getting your copier back to your leasing company. Do not assume that they will do it for you. Setting up your shipping plans early on will save you a lot of money down the road.
- Know how to package your copier. This is probably the easiest of the three steps to follow correctly. They will often ask you to put things like toner in their own bags to prevent stains. Follow these rules in your manual to avoid fines.
That’s all there really is to it when ending a copier lease. If you pay attention to these three areas, then you should be fine when your lease comes to an end.