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Topic: The bike doctors servicing

Posted on: 21st Feb 2013 8:37 PM    Quote and Reply

Hi, has anyone tried servicing with the bike doctors? Care to share your experience? 
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Posted on: 23rd Jan 2015 1:26 PM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by tanwin72: Hi, has anyone tried servicing with the bike doctors? Care to share your experience? "


Hi, I just wondered if you ever did get your bike serviced with the Bike doctors? If so, how was it, Im considering them for mine.

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Posted on: 23rd Jan 2015 3:55 PM    Quote and Reply


No I did not try. Sorry

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Posted on: 23rd Jan 2015 10:25 PM    Quote and Reply


I also a bike doctor, DT swiss certified wheel builder


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Posted on: 27th Feb 2015 9:47 AM    Quote and Reply


i am Doctor bike , Dt swiss certified wheel builder , wheel trueing service avali


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Posted on: 1st Mar 2015 6:41 PM    Quote and Reply


Hi Peter, I feel that you are quite aggressive towards what you are doing. First of all, are you doing this as a full time job? If not, please give the shops or those working full time in bicycle shops a chance. Secondly, do you have a registered company account? Even if you are doing the job from home, you need to register. Some how this will give customer some assurance. You can't assure your job is always constantly perfect. And you are profitting from he job so you need to give your customer invoice or receipt. For any additional info, please check with ACRA.
Cheers.

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Posted on: 3rd Apr 2015 6:31 PM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by yongtaufoo: Hi Peter, I feel that you are quite aggressive towards what you are doing. First of all, are you doing this as a full time job? If not, please give the shops or those working full time in bicycle shops a chance. Secondly, do you have a registered company account? Even if you are doing the job from home, you need to register. Some how this will give customer some assurance. You can't assure your job is always constantly perfect. And you are profitting from he job so you need to give your customer invoice or receipt. For any additional info, please check with ACRA.
Cheers."


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