You may have a copier in your office that you love, that is experiencing no problems. It works day-in and day-out and completes all of your jobs without trouble. Suddenly, you get a call from your leasing agent telling you that your copier is getting discontinued. What should you do? Little Rock Copier is here to help you understand what it means to keep a discontinued copier.
The important thing to know is that just because your copier was discontinued does not mean that you absolutely need an upgrade. There is something that many leasing companies do not want you to know.
All copier manufacturers, legally, must keep parts available on discontinued copiers for at least 5 years following their termination date.
That means that you will likely still be able to maintain your copier for years to come if you have a machine that you love. What you need to do is talk with your leasing agent about the details of the copier. You may be in the clear to keep a discontinued copier for the rest of your lease without any issues.
Check with your leasing agent to figure out when your copier was discontinued and look at how much length is on your lease. It may be a good decision to upgrade, but they may also just want to squeeze money out of you based on fear.
Working with a trustworthy copier company like Little Rock Copier can be a great way to avoid being scammed. We give honest answers and are here to help you succeed. Call us today to figure out the best copier options for you and your business.