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Question DetailsAsked on 1/13/2015

How do I contact the person who has a piano for sale?

Just read someone wants to list a piano, doesn't know how. I want to buy one, and don't know how. Can you connect us?

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This is Kyle K from Member Care. I'm happy to help!

We don't currently have a way for members to contact each other directly. However, we'd be happy to reach out to another member on your behalf. Let us know how much of your own contact information we should share and a brief message you'd like forwarded.

We can't guarantee that the other member will follow up, but again we're happy to help you get more information on a provider you're interested in. I wanted to also let you know that we are working on a more robust message center for members, and I've submitted a suggestion on your behalf to register your interest in this.

I hope this information help! Please let me know if I can assist further. You can respond to this thread or submit a new Answers post. You can also reach us at We're happy to help!

Answered 5 years ago by Member Services


Angies List is not about to give you their contact info, for confidentiality reasons - and Angies Marketplace has been out of business for about a year.

If you contact member care, MAYBE they will eMail your eMail to the person with the question for them to contact you.
1-866-783-2980. Call center hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 am-9:00 pm Eastern Time or Saturday 8:00 am-5:00 pm ET

Remember - this is a long-shot - this is a nationwide Questions forum, so the chances of them being near enough to you to be of any use is pretty minimal.

On a major purchase like a piano, if you do buy a used one, especially if not from a piano store, I would put a binding option refundable deposit on it subject to inspection (in writing) and get it looked at by an expert before actually buying it.

A good place to get them cheap - other than Estate sales and auctions, is music departments at Universities - they commonly get new ones pretty often (subsidized or gifted by paino companies) and sell off the older ones. In our area, they advdertise this sale yearly.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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