Excellent. Really excellent.
The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling)
Regulations 2000 come to your assistance. The regulations say that you have
seven days to cancel any contract, which is negotiated at a distance (even if
ultimately, it is concluded on the seller's premises!).
The seven days starts to run from when you get the
contract documentation because until then, you have not had time to study it.
Call the leasing company and quote the above
regulations at them and put it on a letter in an envelope in the post recorded
delivery and also by first class post.
Telling them that you wish to exercise your rights
under the above regulations and await confirmation that this has been done
along with the return of your cheque for £250.
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