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    Question for any CT employee

    I understand the policy of recording the information when people buy ammo from CT. But why is it recorded and left in a folder where the ammo is stored? Any gang banger can get a job at CT and have a great shopping list of who owns guns and where they live. Or for that matter just break into the cabinet and steal the book. Why can't they do what gunshops do, and just keep the address info secure in a computer so the staff just has to verify by ID that the person has purchased ammo in the past?

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    Re: Question for any CT employee

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    I understand the policy of recording the information when people buy ammo from CT. But why is it recorded and left in a folder where the ammo is stored? Any gang banger can get a job at CT and have a great shopping list of who owns guns and where they live. Or for that matter just break into the cabinet and steal the book. Why can't they do what gunshops do, and just keep the address info secure in a computer so the staff just has to verify by ID that the person has purchased ammo in the past?
    The simplistic reply you'll likely get will involve Canadian Tire viewing you as a potential thief or fraud artist. Wait for it.

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    The simplistic reply you'll likely get will involve Canadian Tire viewing you as a potential thief or fraud artist. Wait for it.
    Actually shit for brains...... ah forget it, fuck you!

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    Re: Question for any CT employee

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I understand the policy of recording the information when people buy ammo from CT. But why is it recorded and left in a folder where the ammo is stored? Any gang banger can get a job at CT and have a great shopping list of who owns guns and where they live. Or for that matter just break into the cabinet and steal the book. Why can't they do what gunshops do, and just keep the address info secure in a computer so the staff just has to verify by ID that the person has purchased ammo in the past?
    First off computers really are not secure at all, and what province you in out of curiosity? I know that recording ammunition purchases is not required in BC. And your right that information should not be left with the ammuntion it should be kept in a safe or lockup area.

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    The simplistic reply you'll likely get will involve Canadian Tire viewing you as a potential thief or fraud artist. Wait for it.
    Jeeze your a douce bag... You havn't even waited for a response before putting down a CT employee. You say CT employee's jump the gun and assume every one is a theif yet your jumping the gun generalizing employees.

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    Re: Question for any CT employee

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    Jeeze your a douce bag... You havn't even waited for a response before putting down a CT employee. You say CT employee's jump the gun and assume every one is a theif yet your jumping the gun generalizing employees.
    And where is your answer then, asshole? No one will take you seriously anyway until you lose the kindergarten-level spelling prowess.

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    Re: Question for any CT employee

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    First off computers really are not secure at all, and what province you in out of curiosity? I know that recording ammunition purchases is not required in BC. And your right that information should not be left with the ammuntion it should be kept in a safe or lockup area.
    In Ont they record addresses when you buy ammo. I know computers aren't all that secure, but the idea of a duotang with a list of addresses of gun owners scares me. I only buy ammo at CT if I'm far out of town and I get caught short.

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    And where is your answer then, asshole? No one will take you seriously anyway until you lose the kindergarten-level spelling prowess.
    likewise "asshole"

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    Re: CT ammo purchase

    I agree about not wanting my address listed. Your PAL / FAC doesn't have your address listed on it, likely for a reason! If CT wants to see your PAL and drivers license to confirm address, that's fine. BUT offer to list only your PAL issued number!!
    In the actual case of police investigation and needing a listing of who bought what, they will be able to reference addresses at that point. Makes perfect sense to me. Sounds like this day and age of privacy protection CT needs to update their policy to protect their customers.

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    likewise "asshole"
    Still no answer, eh clitbrain?

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