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When is an Agent, not an Agent?

15-Nov-2012 |  Comments

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 10 year lease if you sign my order now!”, says the salesperson. “We will also arrange a lease for you so you don’t interrupt your cashflow and you can take delivery on Monday of last week!”

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Laser printer: £320.00 + VAT, 12 months parts and labour cover: £44,000.00 + VAT

31-Oct-2012 |  Comments

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 lease for 47 printers on their behalf, including cabling and installation.

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When is an exclusive advertising contract not an exclusive advertising contract?

18-Oct-2012 |  Comments

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 exclusive deal to advertise in a publication for the leisure department of a local council. She even had an open letter from the council encouraging business to support the magazine.

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