If you have had a copier lease before then you know that ending your lease isn’t always what you expect. Many people are not ready for the responsibilities that come with finishing a copier lease, and one of the biggest mistakes is to not pay attention to copier shipping. We want to make having a copier lease easier than ever so we are here to explain what you need to know about copier shipping.
Shipping your copier is something that many people never even think about. They assume that their copier leasing company is going to send a truck out once the lease is finished and there will be no issues. However, the person who leased the copier is often the one who is in charge of shipping the copier back to your leasing company.
This is pretty common practice, but the problem is that most people don’t read about what happens at the end of their leases. Shipping falls on your lap, and it usually is not an issue if you look ahead enough. Schedule early to find yourself a good deal.
However, some people forget to schedule shipping—what then? Well, you will probably end up paying much more than you should for shipping to send your copier out with such short notice.
You should also be aware that many leasing companies will pay for copier shipping if you decide to start another lease with them. You can use this to negotiate if you have a copier company that you like, or use it when talking with a possible new leasing company.
The most important thing is to pay attention to your lease and look into copier shipping early. If you wait too long then you may end up paying much more than you should.