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    in your defense e-learning is joke and the amount learned is minimal. i even had a dealer that didnt care because he didnt want to pay us
    In the customers' defence, Crappy Tire's prices for non-sale items are widely recognized as being higher than average, so the stores could afford to properly train their staff.

    Instead, they want to keep prices up, and still provide bargain-basement products and cut-rate customer service.

    Customers need to wise up and take their business to other stores, that will offer either superior products, superior service, or lower prices.

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    In the customers' defence, Crappy Tire's prices for non-sale items are widely recognized as being higher than average, so the stores could afford to properly train their staff.

    Instead, they want to keep prices up, and still provide bargain-basement products and cut-rate customer service.

    Customers need to wise up and take their business to other stores, that will offer either superior products, superior service, or lower prices.
    Nice opinion. Please provide the proof that CTC's prices are recognized as being higher than average. That piece of bullshit, I must see. Go ahead and provide the link or ranking you just said existed. This should be good.

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    Nice opinion. Please provide the proof that CTC's prices are recognized as being higher than average. That piece of bullshit, I must see. Go ahead and provide the link or ranking you just said existed. This should be good.
    Geez, somebody sure stepped in a deep puddle of 'grumpy' yesterday, LOL!

    If they want to disprove the commonly held belief that Crappy Tire has high every-day prices, maybe they can post something to back up their claim?

    After all, they sound so confident that consumers' perceptions are wrong - must be based on some marketing analysis that they surely have access to!

    Should go a long way to convincing the 'two or three guys' they claim are the only readers of this site!

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    Geez, somebody sure stepped in a deep puddle of 'grumpy' yesterday, LOL!

    If they want to disprove the commonly held belief that Crappy Tire has high every-day prices, maybe they can post something to back up their claim?

    After all, they sound so confident that consumers' perceptions are wrong - must be based on some marketing analysis that they surely have access to!

    Should go a long way to convincing the 'two or three guys' they claim are the only readers of this site!
    yeah i'm one of davidler's personalities, too, and i want to see the mr. grumpy's proof, too.

    you know, the market analysis of how much lower crappy tire's everyday prices are on everything in the store, compared to every other canadian retailers.

    that will go a long way to convincing me, so that'd be about 67% of the readership on this site - ha-ha-ha!

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    yeah i'm one of davidler's personalities, too, and i want to see the mr. grumpy's proof, too.

    you know, the market analysis of how much lower crappy tire's everyday prices are on everything in the store, compared to every other canadian retailers.

    that will go a long way to convincing me, so that'd be about 67% of the readership on this site - ha-ha-ha!
    I used to be a long-time customer of CT, but the lousy service and high prices drove me away. I keep hearing how other stores have lower prices, from my friends and from various web sites. If the CT ers can convince me that the poor customer service is due to lower prices, the I'll consider doing some trial shopping for the bar-goons they say they have. But if its just a lot of hot air I'm not interested.

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    I used to be a long-time customer of CT, but the lousy service and high prices drove me away. I keep hearing how other stores have lower prices, from my friends and from various web sites. If the CT ers can convince me that the poor customer service is due to lower prices, the I'll consider doing some trial shopping for the bar-goons they say they have. But if its just a lot of hot air I'm not interested.
    Oh, just to be clear. I'm talking about low prices on regular items - not the door-crashers and sale items. I'm familiar with loss-leaders, but that just gets customers in the door, and then they end up buying items that are at the regular price. I'm talking about regular items - how they are priced compared to competitors.

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    Me too. Itd be interesting to see what the cters can present to counter the word on the street and varous roomers about crappy tire being a bad deal unless its on sale.

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    Me too. Itd be interesting to see what the cters can present to counter the word on the street and varous roomers about crappy tire being a bad deal unless its on sale.
    Not me.

    You can't trust those guys to tell the truth about anything.

    I'm sure they'd just cherry-pick the items that have lower prices (because they got them with warranties that suck).

    For sure the things you could get cheaper at Walmart or Home Depot will somehow be 'forgotten' when they do their analysis.

    Better to rely on other consumers.

    Maybe scoop up the door-crashers in the middle of the aisles, but steer clear of the over-priced stuff on the regular shelves.

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    Not me.

    You can't trust those guys to tell the truth about anything.

    I'm sure they'd just cherry-pick the items that have lower prices (because they got them with warranties that suck).

    For sure the things you could get cheaper at Walmart or Home Depot will somehow be 'forgotten' when they do their analysis.

    Better to rely on other consumers.

    Maybe scoop up the door-crashers in the middle of the aisles, but steer clear of the over-priced stuff on the regular shelves.
    Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    More fake analysis from a faker advocate. How's the donation bin looking. With the Canadian dollar falling a bit, the PayPal in US dollars is a little better a deal today. LOL!

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    Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    More fake analysis from a faker advocate. How's the donation bin looking. With the Canadian dollar falling a bit, the PayPal in US dollars is a little better a deal today. LOL!
    Please don't 'feed' the Angry CT Troll by responding (Troll (Internet) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

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