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    Poor interpretation....that's about saying it is a cadillac and it turns out to be a rust bucket...nice try though.
    Wait for it, porno boy, wait for it.
    Tick Tock on the real motivation of this site and why they want your credit card info.

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    ummm zero, nada, I'm a millionaire, cable puller, lawyer, don't bring any bullets to our toy gun fight, don't pass go, black is white, 50000 refund denialers, 500 denialer temples, that is it, go on meds, you're making us paranoid delusional in our own orewellian happy place.

    I'll like your store and like to open up packages to make sure all the parts are there and then leave. And if it's missing a part, not to worry I'll open up another set to complete what was missing from the first set. Although, I don't like your store enough to spend money there.

    Not sure what a denialer is, please explain, but more coherently. Thanks

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    Re: "Repair Only Warranty" - No Refund, No Exchange

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    Hey, I found yet another one! Turns out it helps to search for the term "rescind".

    "The University of Western Ontario"

    "If a vendor sold you a defective product, you can demand your money back. Under the CPA a consumer is entitled to rescind their contract (meaning you get your money back) when goods are represented to be of a particular quality or standard and they are not."

    Of course, all the CT Owner/Liars will show up shortly to try to convince everyone that this site isn't correct, either.
    So, lets see what the CT Owner/Liars have come up with ...

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    Poor interpretation....
    That's it? That's the best you can do?

    Pretend that the lawyers at UWO have a "poor interpretation", just because is shows what a liar you are?

    Laughably pathetic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    that's about saying it is a cadillac and it turns out to be a rust bucket...nice try though.
    Well, at least you didn't resort to CT-Me's old chestnut about loads of lumber.

    You're going to pretend that the only thing that counts as a "product" in all of Ontario is a motor vehicle?

    LOL hilarious!

    Yeah, I guess all those pressure washers and lawn mowers don't count - sorry, my mistake.

    What a riot!

    Oh, and the only thing that counts as a "defect" is if it's of the wrong age? Oops - I guess the rest on the English-speaking world needs to adopt your narrow definition of "defect".

    Actually, check out Part II, Section 9.1 for a definition of "quality". What a moron!

    Hey, what if it's a rust-bucket Cadillac? Did you consider that option?

    Oh, wait a second.

    I get it.

    You've decided to abandon any attempt to form plausible lies, and are working on your new career as a stand-up comic!

    It's funny, but I don't think you'll make a living at it.

    You'll be better off if you stick to cheating vulnerable customers.

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    Re: "Repair Only Warranty" - No Refund, No Exchange

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Poor interpretation....that's about saying it is a cadillac and it turns out to be a rust bucket
    at least the owner/liar agreed that a consumer can get a refund using cpa

    thats a start

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    .... Reasons to NOT exercise your legal right under the Ontario Consumer Protection Act of 2002 to rescind a purchase transaction and demand your money back.

    (As described at
    "Cancelling a Contract - Ministry of Consumer Services" and at "The University of Western Ontario")

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    10 – The CT Owner/Liars have gotten used to a pretty swanky lifestyle. How can they keep that up if people like you demand legally required refunds? Please. Show some consideration.

    9 – The CPA only applies to some provinces. The odds are it’s not yours. Why sit on the phone with those liars at the Ministry of Consumer Protection (at 1-877-665-0662)? Or read the poor interpretations of law professors?

    8 – Despite the lies the faker-advocates have fed you, all the other major Canadian retailers have the same damn policy, so don’t even bother shopping around. Just do what the CT Owner/Liars tell you to. Who’s a Good Customer??? You Are! Yes you ARE! So loyal!

    7 – All that stuff about the CPA? It’s just a myth perpetuated by internet pornographers to profit from e-commerce. Or something. I’ll get back to you on that.

    6 – CT Owner/Liars make major personal sacrifices, so you should respect that and support their efforts to get rich. It’s called capitalism, and it’s working. Absolutely, you're just a unionist whiner.

    5 – You’ll just come back to Crappy Tire next week and buy some other junk. Why waste a trip trying to get a refund, when you'll just give us the money later?

    4 – You’re never going to get rich in your dead-end, 9-to-5 loser job. So why not help the honest, hard-working, family-centric, hockey-loving CT Owner/Liars get rich? It’s just sour grapes to not let them.

    3 - That b*tch Ellen Roseman just wants to make money off you. Stop buying The Star and reading moneyville.ca. You’re just making her rich, and that’s what she wants. Make no mistake - the Owner/Liars are the only ones who really look out for you.

    2 – Yield to the mega-mega awesomeness of The Red Triangle. Yield, I say!

    1 – The teenager at Returns will make a face. It’ll be, like, SO TOTALLY embarrassing. Gaaaawd!

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    speaking of comedy acts.... well that was sad


    So as usual, you're missing the point ladies. Nobody is suggesting not to exercise your rights under the CPA, nobody is suggesting that you roll over and take it, keep your defective product etc...
    The point was and still is, KNOW what your rights are under the CPA, know your warranties for items you buy, know the returns and exchange policies from where you buy things so that you can exercise the rights that ACTUALLY exist under each, not the rights you want to or think exist. You really do have a lot of rights and entitlements. Some we admit are slightly inconvenient (repairs as a new example haha) but the end result will be what you want it to be, the product working right. Be an educated consumer, not a scrambling around looking for solution after you're unsatisfied. It will help you know exactly what's


    ps - your Western Ontario link gave me hilarious belly laugh. Right at the bottom of the link you posted it says this is information posted by students, and if you need legal advice contact a lawyer LOL i'd love to face you in court some day, your research is sad. you'll post anything that has two or three words you think will help your position

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    i dont think the ct liar are morons or jokers

    i think they really want customers to be fooled into thinking they have to even care about the warranty, and maybe settle for a repair instead of getting their refund

    this site clearly the only resource customers have but its nice that so much information is available in one place

    the UWO site isnt the only link we have to go by – lots of others posted here too - its a nice summary though

    good thing nobody here is buying into the ct liars who try to take away our right to a refund

    the end result will will be a refund if we want one

    ct is the only one who tried to take that away

    ct liars are just one more way ct sucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    i dont think the ct liar are morons or jokers

    i think they really want customers to be fooled into thinking they have to even care about the warranty, and maybe settle for a repair instead of getting their refund
    I agree. It looks like they are only here to increase their profits by cheating customers. They should be ashamed of themselves!

    Glad this site is here for honest advocates to have a voice.

    Too bad the Canadian Tire owners abuse this forum by misrepresenting the truth.

    At least we get to see their ture colors.

    A good warning for the buying public - caveat emptor (latin for "CT Sucks").

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    speaking of comedy acts.... well that was sad

    ps - your Western Ontario link gave me hilarious belly laugh. Right at the bottom of the link you posted it says this is information posted by students, and if you need legal advice contact a lawyer LOL i'd love to face you in court some day, your research is sad. you'll post anything that has two or three words you think will help your position
    oh no it's lawguy pro cable puller. At least these students are in law school who can recite law that's not found on the back of store specific receipt. Have you even seen the inside of a classroom? Kinda hard to do that when you're actually at the returns desk all day. So far we've discredited everything you've said and now you want an ass whooping in court? LOL hilarious.

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    Nobody is suggesting not to exercise your rights under the CPA,
    Really? Then I’d like my full and prompt refund for this defective gas-powered pressure washer, please and thank-you!

    What’s that? There’s a devious “repair only” warranty? What’s that mean? No refund if it’s defective?

    But that’s contrary to the CPA! What about my rights????

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    nobody is suggesting that you roll over and take it, keep your defective product etc...
    Of course not. Any nobody said anything like that. Typical CT lie to distract us.

    No, you just want the customer to bear the cost and inconvenience of getting a repair for a piece of junk that you knew had a “horrible” defect rate, and then live with a used/refurbished unit instead of the new unit I paid for.

    All so that the store owners can get a little bit richer.

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    KNOW what your rights are under the CPA
    Absolutely, including your right to a refund after you’ve rescinded the agreement/transaction due to a misrepresentation of the goods as being merchantable/non-defective.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    know the returns and exchange policies from where you buy things so that you can exercise the rights that ACTUALLY exist under each
    Well, the store policies aren’t actually ‘rights’, but it’s good to know them.

    For instance, the policies at CT for defective “repair only” items is illegal, according to the CPA. That’s a good thing to know when deciding which store you’ll give your money to.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    know your warranties for items you buy
    Yeah, sure. Always a good idea.

    Also, remember to floss, rotate your tires, and check your downspouts in the fall.

    Oh, was the topic defective products?

    Well, then, if you made the mistake of shopping at Crappy Tire, you’ll also need to know the in’s and out’s of their devious “repair only” (no refund) policy, and how to use the CPA to get your legally-entitled refund.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    You really do have a lot of rights and entitlements.
    Yes, including the right to rescind the purchase of a product that has been misrepresented as being of merchantable quality (not defective), and to get a refund.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Some we admit are slightly inconvenient (repairs as a new example haha)
    Yeah: inconvenient, and illegal to boot. Thank you, CT!

    And who’s “we”? Owner/Liars? Are you confessing to being organized into a collective that coordinate attacks on advocacy sites? Verrry interesting!

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    but the end result will be what you want it to be, the product working right.
    Yup, a refund, and then a wiser purchase of a working unit from a store with better policies. Hurray! Screw You, repair-only!

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    Be an educated consumer, not a scrambling around looking for solution after you're unsatisfied.
    Yes, nobody wants to be “a scrambling around”.

    Or should that have been “a-scramblin”?

    Anyway, the scramble will be to decipher the cryptic ‘repair only warranty’, and how it's really a policy, and to learn about the CPA, and how CT has an illegal policy to get rich by cheating honest customers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    It will help you know exactly what's
    Huh? What's what?

    Oh, never mind, it would have just been another lie anyway.

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