<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by magfink:
Two years ago I leased a visa machine for my store and wasn't told too much about it and I signed up thinking I was getting a better deal than I was already. I had to close my business 22 months later and sent the equipment back and they have said to get out of the lease which was unbreakable I had to pay $750 to break it. They have the equipment and I have to continue to pay for the 26 months not used. Can they do this. I did find out they charged me more than I had signed the contract for and I also feel I was mislead at the beginning. I would not have signed up for what I realize I have now.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Since we can't review the lease for you, it might be a good idea for you to spend an hour or so with an attorney to obtain specific answers to your questions.
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