Your copier lease has a lot of information that is difficult to digest, but you should know what it means so you’re able to get the most out of your agreement instead of your copier company getting the most money out of you. At a certain point in your copier lease agreement, you have to make a choice: either renew your contract or end it. However, if you choose to end your contract, it’s important to ensure you do so within the terms of your agreement or you could fall into the Evergreen Clause trap.
Many copier leases begin at terms of 36, 48, and 60 months, and the Evergreen Clause is an auto-renewal clause found in your lease that will automatically renew your contract for (usually) the same length of time as your initial lease. Many companies add this clause into agreements because their clients do not always read the entirety of the contract and won’t realize they must cancel ahead of the lease end date.
When you’re ready to end your lease, you are usually required to send a letter of intent to cancel usually 30-60 days before the lease end date. If you forget to cancel and your lease auto-renews, you could be forced to pay early-cancelation fees to escape a new lease you didn’t mean to enter.
Are you ready to make a change? Did you forget to cancel your lease ahead of time? USA Copiers does things differently than other copier companies. We want you to have a great copier experience and stick with us because you’re happy, not because you signed a contract. Plus, we have one of the best copier lease rescue programs in the business.
If you need to get out of your lease agreement, contact us. We have a high success rate of getting our clients out of even the toughest contracts and we try to do the same for you.