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Thread began 9/11/2009 5:11 pm by support294769 | Last modified 10/04/2009 11:16 am by support294769 | 3105 views | 21 replies

Brad Lawryk

Originally Said By: SOJO web
  The same Jeep Wrangler that sells for 27K and has payment of 495 a month can be LEASED for 245? And in many cases, 0 down? Should every person who purchased the Wrangler cry foul? The difference is between ownership and leasing.  

But on that same Jeep Wrangler the person leasing has the option at the end to own it. Even tarde it in on a newer model. WebAssists policy is that if you want to lease the 27K Wrangler for 1, 2, 3, or even 10 years, you still gotta pay the full 27K to own it afterwards at the end if you want to continue to use it.

WebAssist policy is definitely more of a rent than a lease. Renting, much like WA's subscription package, you get nothing in the end. At least when you lease you have options.

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