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

    By the way, love the fact you state that a seperate disclosure sheet should go out for warranties with items and then slam the idea as a "well oiled scam" when I tell you that's what some stores do, including mine.

    Classic complainer. Ask for smething specific, and then when it's provided still can't accept it as good! So you're basically a life-long complainer who p robably thinks the world owes him something. Guess what boy, make it yourself in this world, quit looking for handouts. SOme of us stood on our own two feet and our own merits and made life work for us. Sorry that you can't

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    All we do is tell them the truth brother, not some complainers interpretation of a law. Like I suggested previously, if you're that convinced, go buy a pressure washer, break it, demand a refund and sue for damages when you are denied the refund. You can start a class action suit and retire from your union leach job early
    lol none of you worthless union CT haters have the balls or the CASH to back up their claims. NONE. Go ahead and sue us. We'll sic one the corporate lawyers against you. I'm sure legal aid will be more than adequate for you lol. You've already made this into your side show personal hobby, why not go all the way with it. It's that easy. You'll be the thanked by all those union goof balls who'll magically show up, working or not lol.

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    All we do is tell them the truth brother,
    Well, actually, it sounds like all you do is lie to them.

    And, naturally, you lie to people on this site, as has been proven over and over again.

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    not some complainers interpretation of a law.
    Argeed, don't tell them one's person's interpretation.

    Just tell them the interpretation of the experts, as consumers have been doing on this site. Pretty simple, don't you think?

    This is the truth, whether you like it or not: CPA and SGA apply to these transactions, and require a refund for a defective product. Already proven. No need to discuss further. Learn to live with it.

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    Like I suggested previously, if you're that convinced, go buy a pressure washer, break it, demand a refund and sue for damages when you are denied the refund.
    Well, that would be fraud, now, woudn't it?

    But that does show your attitude towards your customers: no way they could have a legitimate problem with the crap we agreed to stock, so they must be liars. Better call security and issue the trespass notice.

    Actually, nobody here needs to go and buy anything.

    Lots of complaints showing up like clock work, of people who've fallen victim to this scam.

    Well, you CT rep's just don't get it, do you?

    Nobody on this site has to convince you of anything.

    All that's needed is to inform consumers about the poor practices at CT. (And you are sure doing a good job on that! Thanks!).

    And, of course, to let the consumers know whom they should contact in cases of defective products: their Ministry of Consumer Protection.

    The rest of it is just extras to help them undestand the depths to which CT is sinking.

    Now, you CT Rep's would be wise to pay attention, too.

    But maybe you already have, and that's why they want so badly to trick people?

    Interesting idea. It would sure explain a lot of the lies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Well, actually, it sounds like all you do is lie to them.

    And, naturally, you lie to people on this site, as has been proven over and over again.
    Argeed, don't tell them one's person's interpretation.

    Just tell them the interpretation of the experts, as consumers have been doing on this site. Pretty simple, don't you think?

    This is the truth, whether you like it or not: CPA and SGA apply to these transactions, and require a refund for a defective product. Already proven. No need to discuss further. Learn to live with it.

    Well, that would be fraud, now, woudn't it?

    But that does show your attitude towards your customers: no way they could have a legitimate problem with the crap we agreed to stock, so they must be liars. Better call security and issue the trespass notice.

    Actually, nobody here needs to go and buy anything.

    Lots of complaints showing up like clock work, of people who've fallen victim to this scam.

    Well, you CT rep's just don't get it, do you?

    Nobody on this site has to convince you of anything.

    All that's needed is to inform consumers about the poor practices at CT. (And you are sure doing a good job on that! Thanks!).

    And, of course, to let the consumers know whom they should contact in cases of defective products: their Ministry of Consumer Protection.

    The rest of it is just extras to help them undestand the depths to which CT is sinking.

    Now, you CT Rep's would be wise to pay attention, too.

    But maybe you already have, and that's why they want so badly to trick people?

    Interesting idea. It would sure explain a lot of the lies.

    I would happily provide anybody with a broken pressure washer or lawn mower with the number for the Ministry that governs our practices. I'll give them the number and dial it for them right from my office so that they can hear first hand a case file worker tell them exactly what i already know. if the unit says repair warranty, and the seller is saying hey go have it repaired, it costs you nothing thats the warranty term, they will stand behind that remedy.
    I know that because i've made that phone call myself to say hey, i have a complaining customer who says i can't send a unit for repair. I still recall the exact words which are "as long as you are making good on the defective item, the type of remedy is up to the seller to determine. The only time we get involved is if the seller breaks the term"

    (by the way there is no ministry of consumer protection) Its ministry of consumer affairs or consumer services loser

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Well, actually, it sounds like all you do is lie to them.

    And, naturally, you lie to people on this site, as has been proven over and over again.



    Argeed, don't tell them one's person's interpretation.

    Just tell them the interpretation of the experts, as consumers have been doing on this site. Pretty simple, don't you think?

    This is the truth, whether you like it or not: CPA and SGA apply to these transactions, and require a refund for a defective product. Already proven. No need to discuss further. Learn to live with it.



    Well, that would be fraud, now, woudn't it?

    But that does show your attitude towards your customers: no way they could have a legitimate problem with the crap we agreed to stock, so they must be liars. Better call security and issue the trespass notice.

    Actually, nobody here needs to go and buy anything.

    Lots of complaints showing up like clock work, of people who've fallen victim to this scam.

    Well, you CT rep's just don't get it, do you?

    Nobody on this site has to convince you of anything.

    All that's needed is to inform consumers about the poor practices at CT. (And you are sure doing a good job on that! Thanks!).

    And, of course, to let the consumers know whom they should contact in cases of defective products: their Ministry of Consumer Protection.

    The rest of it is just extras to help them undestand the depths to which CT is sinking.

    Now, you CT Rep's would be wise to pay attention, too.

    But maybe you already have, and that's why they want so badly to trick people?

    Interesting idea. It would sure explain a lot of the lies.

    What's "lots of customers"?.....if you're talking about the 6 or 8 posters on here, some real, some not.....then I think I'll take my chances with the 700-900 customers I see each and every day of the week....and that's just one store.
    "lots" of customers on the other 600 sucks.com sites too....but I don't see Walmart, Costco, Home Depot, Target, Sears and ALL the others going out of business anytime soon.
    You lose, loser, you lose.

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    Your pressure washer is broken, mower, whatever, use the warranty it came with. Every other store is the same. You want your money back for a broken item that YOU may have broken? Fat chance. Use the warranty and get out of my store. You're not feeling satisfied with your purchase, and want to be brave, then take us to court, go right ahead. I'm sure the judge will be very patient with your frivolous lawsuit wasting the courts time. I'm sure my lawyers will be asking for all of our costs when we win, and maybe for other things as well. So bring it on DavidLer and false consumer prophets. Bring it on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Awesome! It sound like you have turned cheating customers into a well-oiled machine, doing a pre-emptive strike to fool them into thinking they don't have any right to a refund!

    You tell them that only the warranty applies, and they can only get it fixed huh?

    Gee, how about printing out something like, "You are entitled to a full refund for a defective item under the CPA. Call the Ministry at 1-800-xxx-yyyy to learn more".

    But, I guess that would be less lucrative than just plain lying, huh?
    I guess we'll have to settle it in court then. You and every other lazy union slob who feels wronged by CT. So go ahead and pool your welfare checks sue one of us millionaire dealers. I'm sure shaking in my boots for the ass whipping we're about to receive. You lose loser. Take your meds moron.

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    Yup, just the same old tired lies and BS by the CT Rep's.

    Well, consumers who have researched this issue have already seen all the proof they need, and know not to shop at CT. Other stores have decent policies; too bad for CT.

    And if consumers happen to fall victim to your scams, they know which Ministry to contact.

    Lots of proof has been offered about refunds being required. But where's your proof to refute any of it? Huh?

    There doesn't seem to be any. Just your own BS and guess-work, and one out-dated BBB site.

    Not very compelling.

    So instead of proof, you are once again you are resorting to lies. But they are so transparent, that nobody is going to fall for them.

    Your "legitimate" customers are happy with an exchange, huh?

    We've all heard the stories about innocent consumers being treated as a scammer, just for wanting to return the junk CT tried to pass off as merchantable products. I guess we can see now where that bad attitude comes from.

    Happy are they? Not true, based on the complaints on many web sites. Plus it won't apply to anybody who fell for the "repair only" policy/scam, now will it?

    Nice try, though.

    And you should learn what a recall means, and why it doesn't apply to these cases.

    Oh, and where's your evidence that 98% of your items have a "refund option" if they are defective?

    Oh, wait - that was just more BS, too. No need for use to wait - thanks for the confession, though.
    Outdated BBB article? I'm no math wiz, but that article was dated 2009-well after the CPA (2002) and sale of goods act (1996).

    How you doing with the examples of CTC and illegal return policy in the same article/ruling/sentence? Not so good, I take it.

    Other than your opinion, you still don't have any credible "evidence" either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    How you doing with the examples of CTC and illegal return policy in the same article/ruling/sentence? Not so good, I take it.

    Other than your opinion, you still don't have any credible "evidence" either.
    Don't forget the reports of "Top 20 Retailers in Canada" - still waiting on the details of that report, which i'm sure is in the same file as the illegal return policy.

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    The lying CT reps (assuming there are more than one) can sure post lots of lie on this site, but none of that will make the painful truth go away. Too bad, so sad - CPA and SOG still apply.

    You need to re-check your math, by the way. The BBB site has information on an old law the CPA superceded. But I guess you just weren't paying attention, huh? Like most points of discussion, that one was wrapped up long ago. Too bad the lying CP rep's deceptions aren't working.

    Regarding that phone call, it sure wasn't made to the Ontario number, because that's not what they've told other people who've called. Another typical CT rep lie. Good thing we're onto you, and won't waste any more time chasing your BS. I really don't think you callled at all - at least not Ontario.

    You might hope you've accomplished something with all your lies here, but really you're just showing the true colours of CT Rep's.

    Are you kidding me with that lame old "all stores are the same" line? Now THAT one has TONS of evidence!

    See, it really doesn't take more than a phone call and a few mouse clicks to see just how pathetic and desperate you are.

    Apparently you can't even tell new lies; just the same old ones that have already been disproven here, long ago, LOL.

    Too bad for you that consumers are onto you and your tactics, and will just check for themselves.

    Nice try, with the insults. I think we've all moved past that, now, though.

    Well, good luck with your on-going scams. You're going to need all the luck you can get - LOL hilarious!

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