Before you sign a lease, you have to exercise caution. You should first understand that a lease exists as a contract, and after you have signed it, you cannot break that contract in most cases without a penalty. This is where curiosity can assist you when leasing a copier. Active curiosity will give you clarity and understanding when it comes to your lease.
Becoming informed prevents disappointment, and it will help you to avoid troublesome surprises. Ask questions and have them written down so that you do not forget. For example, who pays for the shipment of ink supplies? Are there hidden fees? Understanding what you will and will not receive from the lease can help you to decide if it makes sense to sign the contract.
Furthermore, always check the fine print in your lease. Even if a salesperson says something, always confirm it because the less honest salespeople will do anything to get you to sign. Even if they are lying, once you have signed, you will be at the mercy of the details in the contract. Curiosity helps you to choose the best pathway, and it gives you more detailed information about the lease before signing.