How do I cancel my contract with Goodleap

Goodleap 8781 Sierra College Blvd Roseville, CA 95661


You can send a telegram to cancel a contract with Goodleap through our web form using your credit card, PayPal or Link. It will be effective immediately (i.e. on the sending date). Telegrams are a recorded communication. Unlimited copies can be issued, if necessary.

Just send a telegram, stating that you would like to cancel your contract. Include the organization’s reference information, such as your contract number. Delivery is guaranteed.

Cost of the telegram varies depending on the length of the text, starting at around $30 for a short telegram.

You can click on "Price and Send Now" and interactively test the pricing - change the text as many times as you like before proceeding to payment.

Delivery time: in most of cases the telegram will be delivered on the same day.


*About company:

GoodLeap, formerly Loanpal, is a financial technology company that provides financing options for the residential solar energy industry. The company was founded in 2003 as Paramount Equity and later rebranded as Loanpal. In June 2021, the company rebranded itself as GoodLeap. As of 2020, the company was responsible for 41% of the solar loan market in the U.S. and is the leading solar lender in the country.

GoodLeap is a technology company that provides best-in-class financing and software products for sustainable solutions, from solar panels and batteries to energy efficient HVAC, heat pumps, roofing, windows and more. 

Over 1 million homeowners have benefited from their simple, fast, and frictionless technology that makes these products more affordable, accessible, and easy to understand. Thousands of professionals delivering home efficiency and solar solutions rely on GoodLeap's proprietary AI-powered applications and developer tools for more transparent customer communications, deeper business intelligence, and streamlined payments and operations. 

The company has approximately 1,300 employees. It has offices in Roseville, San Francisco, Irvine, California, Phoenix, Kansas City, and Bentonville, Arkansas.