|Pittsburgh Piano Tuning * email@example.com.||(412) 881-0883|
Now you can conveniently pay your piano tuning bill or even purchase a gift certificate online!
GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR PIANO TUNING AND REPAIR SERVICES
(PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY)
YOUR NAME ______________________________________________________________________
YOUR MAILING ADDRESS, E-MAIL ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________
YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBERS _________________________________________________________
NAME OF GIFT CERTIFICATE RECIPIENT ________________________________________________
RECIPIENT'S STREET ADDRESS ________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________
RECIPIENT'S PHONE NUMBERS _________________________________________________________
AMOUNT OF CERTIFICATE (CIRCLE ONE) $140 $190 $240 $290 OTHER $________
PAYMENT METHOD: ELECTRONICALLY THROUGH http://pghpianotuning.com/services.html WEB PAGE or by Check
IF GIFT CERTIFICATE AMOUNT RESULTS IN BEING MORE THAN ACTUAL CHARGES,
(CIRCLE ONE) RETURN CREDIT TO ME. LEAVE CREDIT FOR RECIPIENT.
E-MAIL COMPLETED FORM TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL ME, MICHAEL MEZHINSKY, AT 412-881-0883. THANKS!
Please be sure to tell the recipient to use it before three month expiration date. If it is not used by then, it will become invalid. In that case I will return to you your purchase price less any processing and handling fees (about 10%). If the certificate value is for more than the actual charges, you may choose to either have the extra amount returned to you or remain as a credit for the recipient's next service call. If the amount of the certificate does not cover all the charges, make sure the recipient is aware that he must pay any extra amount due at the day of service.
In addition, because I have observed multiple people making mistakes when getting used pianos (eg buying pianos with problems which aren't readily apparent but can result in costly repairs), I have created a separate website www.pghusedpiano.com which helps outline what you should look for when evaluating a used piano. If you are considering buying a used piano, I hope this website can show you how to do a thorough evaluation of the piano.