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Where you mis-represented when you signed the lease?
No. We signed the lease in good faith and found out later that Xerox is leasing our competitors at a lower rate and at a lower click charge. I wrote them a letter saying that I wanted them to take back the machines and cancel the lease. Have not heard from them since
It's not likely that you can break the lease.
If they didn't mis-represet anything to you then it was your choice to lease at the price they offered.
Had there been hidden fees then you could argue that you were mis-represented.
I suggest you do try and pressure them to make the deal and indicate that you are not be treated the way others are.
You can consider filing a complaint with the BBB.
I am sorry this happened to you.
THIS DOES NOT TELL ME IF THERE ARE OPTIONS TO GET OUT OF THE LEASE.
I'm tied down for 4 years. There has to be a way out.
But there's not if the contract is a fixed term contract unless the contract itself allows for early termination.
It very well may but there would be some penalty.
But generally these contracts do not allow for early termination.
As I've said the situation would be different if they had mis-represented something to you.
I am sorry this is not the answer you were hoping for but this is how contracts for a fixed term tend to work.