Let’s assume you’ve just purchased your brand new copier in Tarrant County or Fort Worth. The price and lease terms are set, the contracts are signed, service agreements are negotiated, and the copier is installed. Whew! All of that was a lot of work just to find a good quality copier in Tarrant County. Now you don’t have anything to worry about for the next 3 to 5 years until your copier lease term comes to an end. Right? Unfortunately this is where many customers in Tarrant County or Fort Worth create problems that could be avoided if they just would have read our tips on buying copiers in Tarrant County! It is essential that you carefully review and follow your end terms for your copier lease in DFW. All leasing companies have different protocols, however in general you must send a written “letter of intent” to your leasing company that you wish to terminate your lease anywhere from 60-90 days before the end of term. If the copier leasing company does not receive this in the correct time frame then you will be put into an automatic renewal from one month to an entire year! Also at the end of your copier lease in Tarrant County you are responsible for all final costs, taxes, and shipping charges which can add up to over $1,000! When the end of your copier lease in Tarrant County or Fort Worth starts creeping up on you give us a call and we’ll make sure you don’t fatten the leasing company’s pockets at the expense of your business!