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Is Lease Financing Fair?

Would you sign for a brand new sofa, delivered by two grubby herberts with an iffy van, if you had not checked it over for rips, scuffs and problems?  Would you sign for it before it had even left the…

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When is an agent, not an agent?

Scenario: You are approached by a sales company with a super duper, new fandangled photocopying, telephone franking machine, wotsit, thingy, doodah, it costs just £20,000.00, “but you sir, you can have it for just 20 pence per week on a…

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School saved from £5m contract

Laser Printer: £320.00 +vat, 12 Months parts & labour cover: £44,000.00 +vat. A School in the South East were advised that individual printers would work better for them than a centralized printing facility. An office equipment dealer arranged a finance…

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Community Sport Ltd contracts

When is an exclusive advertising contract NOT an exclusive advertising contract? When you sign a contract with Community Sport Ltd, apparently! A property letting agency recently contacted us for help, after a representative of Community Sport Ltd offered them an…

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Photocopier Shocker!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] LIES AND GENERIC DOCUMENTS Working with a client to acquire a photocopier recently, we invited companies in to  quote for the business. When we queried some of the terms in the finance document, One sales rep from a company…

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Contracts

How to be a leasing winner

1 If you want a copier for 3 years, get a 3 year lease, if you want it for 5 years, get a 5 year lease. Lease rental periods typically vary in length from 3 or 5 years for photocopiers,…

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Overpaying for Photocopiers

OVERCHARGED ON A LEASE We were contacted by an overseas company who were concerned that their UK office was paying too much for their photocopiers. We completed a review of the office equipment agreements for the UK operation, we found…

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