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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    Oh it would be so nice if your claims related to the Sale of Goods Act were actually made if you had a clear understanding of the provisions within it. If you really understood what it meant to have goods that were fit for sale, fit for their intended purposes, cancelling contracts, implied warranties.... if only you understood what it all meant.
    What I see, is a post that has absolutely no meaningful content whatsoever.

    Just a mash-up of insults and put-down.

    Not even a misrepresentation anymore - just rambling.

    Well, I think the theory of meaningful debate with a Troll, just isn't gonna happy!

    Too bad - I think 1wildhorse was looking forward to going head-to-head on facts and legalities.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    If Canadian Tire was as bad all day every day at every location as you would like to have people believe, we'd be broke. Many many years ago we would have failed. You would have dozens, maybe hundreds, heck maybe thousands of people on here with you giving input, offering up stories.
    Interesting theory.

    Speaking of theories, I recall a recent post on Game Theory that was quite interesting.

    It describe how you just aren't broke, quite yet.

    An interesting read, I thought.

    But perhaps you 'missed it'?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    Oh if you weren't so ridiculous. If you had any clue, any understanding of business or any idea what the statistics you use are really showing, you'd hide in a shell like a turtle and be embarassed by how poorly you have represented yourselves here.

    YOU DON'T HAVE A CLUE! YOU ARE FIGHTING A BATTLE WITH ZERO CREDIBILITY! YOU NEED A NEW HOBBY!
    Ah, back to the Trolling insults, I see.

    Speaking of "credibility", have you finally run out of things to mispresent? Have you?

    Oh, here's an idea: How about telling us again how they are all really just "Easy Returns" if you "Just keep your recept", yet so many things are "Non-returnable", like any of the multitude of non-returnable "Repair Only" products? (Or even "assembled bicycles", when one cannot purchase an unassembled one from you!).

    Or would you instead just post a stream of ALL CAPITAL insults?

    Hmm?

    And this is all just because you were called out on all your misrepresentations, huh?

    Way to lose it, Ace!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by 1wildhorse View Post
    yes.repair only warranty is not only immoral,it quite clearly goes against the sale of goods act,so could probably be construed as far as to say its actually ILLEGAL!
    Here's one of your own claiming it's illegal to have a repair only warranty.



    just sayin

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

    Seems obvious, that Mr. Moaner is simply ticked off that people keep posting the truth about their Industry-Worst return policies.

    And it probably makes him/her extra super-duper mad, that we are frequently sampling the plethora of Canadian Customer Complaints, and storing them here in searchable format!

    No wonder he/she is having little ALL CAPS hissy fits, and resorting to pathetic insults.

    After all, the Devious and Brilliant campign of Trolling Posts and Misrepresentation just doesn't seem to be shutting up these people, who just keep on telling the TRUTH, dammit!

    How DARE you not cave in under the daily pressure of the Great And Powerful Moaner1's Trolling B.S. machine?!?!?!
    Last edited by CT Challenger; July 7th, 2013 at 11:13 PM. Reason: Spelt Moaner wrong. ly.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    A mistake to address warranties on a thread titled Repair only Warranty LOL yah that makes sense haha
    Indeed, the Title of this thread was taken from Canadian Tire's own, deceptive terminology.

    So, it ironic that now, a Canadian Tire person is attempting to use their own, misrepresented terminology to their own financial advantage.

    Because the real problem, if you are a customer, isn't with any particular Warranty that a Manufacturer is offering.

    Indeed, it is CT (a retailer, not a Manufacturer), that has created a problem for the customer by having a Policy that means, No Returns, No Exchanges, Non-Returnable, for defective products that they misrepresented as being of merchantable quality.

    But what to call this "no refund, no exchanges, non-refundable policy"?

    Sneaky devils that they are, CT decided not to call a spade a spade. No, they decided to trick customers, by calling it a "Repair Only Warranty".

    And so, some consumers have fallen into the trap of also calling this the Repair Only Warranty.

    Nice going, Crappy People! Your deception sometimes works. But people are finding out what the term "Repair Only Warranty" REALLY means.

    And it's also in the Title of this thread (which you've carefully ignored):

    It is a POLICY of "No Refund, No Exchange", Non-Returnable.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    Here's one of your own claiming it's illegal to have a repair only warranty.

    just sayin
    Nice misrepresentation, Troll.

    You know perfectly well the 1wildhorse wasn't referring to a Warranty provided by a Manufacturer, but instead to a Policy by a Retailer.

    Nice try, disruptive Troll.
    Last edited by CT Challenger; July 8th, 2013 at 05:38 AM.

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

    A bit of a backlog of Trolling and misrepresentations, left over from the weekend:

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    How is it that you know what CT negotiates with suppliers?
    First, it is widely known that retailers, including Crappy Tire Corp, enter into negotiations with their suppliers. How could they not? Is the Troll attempting to deny even this basic fact?

    Secondly, the results of negotiations regarding refunds and exchanges can be easily determined, by seeing what type of limitations Crappy Tire imposes on specific products, when they are discovered to be defective. Full Refund? (Not likely!) Exchange Only? (Only if you are lucky!) Repair Only? (Quite possible, if it has a motor, and if you don't know to even ask if it can be refunded or exchanged.)

    In case any customers have lingering doubts, you can compare the return policies on identical products which are sold at other retailers with very different retun policies. I suggest you start with products that are tagged on the CT website with these key words: "This product has no warranty". Ask at your local, friendly Crappy Tire store what the return policy is on items with that tag. Then see if you can find any other retailer, anywhere in Canada that sells it "as-is", non-returnable.

    But let us not forget what was posted not long ago, under a different name:

    Quote Originally Posted by CT Me / Lawguy View Post
    the store does not enter into an agreement with the manufacturer. the corporation does this on behalf of all stores.
    Nice try, Disruptive Troll!
    Last edited by CT Challenger; July 8th, 2013 at 06:13 AM.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    We are certainly bound to honour the warranties and policies
    Once again, this misrepresents the difference between a Retailer and a Manufacturer.

    If my problem is with the retailer, and the products they sold me, then it's got nothing to do with the Manufacturer at all.

    Sure, the retailer will want to get repaid for the dud product the manufacturer sent them. And for sure the retailer will be out-of-pocket if they made a deal to accept defective products from the manufacturer, without any recourse to credits or refunds from the manufacturer. But, heck, that's not he customer's fault or problem.

    And "honouring policies"? Gimme a break! There's a clause that stays they can ignore their own policy any time they want to, LOL! Not very helpful to the customer!


    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    If the policy says no return, then it's no return. If the warranty states repair, then it goes for repair. If the warranty says exchange for a new one only, then exchange for a new one it is. Sorry boys and girls, that's how it goes.
    This completely misrepresents the applicability of the relevant legislation governing consumer transactions, especially the Consumer Protection Act.

    I think the Troll knows this, though, if the do actually work in retail. They might not want to admit it, if it might hurt them financially, to have consumers take advantage of the laws the are in place to protect them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    That's the way warranties work.
    Not at all true, for Manufacturer's warranties! These have nothing to do with the policies of a specific store. Which I expect the Troll already knows.

    Nice try, Deceitful Troll!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    Same as your car. Buy a new one, the warranty is as set out by the manufacturer. If your Honda Accord has a policy that covers bumper to bumper for 80,000km and only power train after that for another 80,000 that's what you're stuck with. AND you might drop it off for two days, and be without a car. That's how our lawn tractors would work too.
    If a Mercedes breaks down and has a 120,000km bumper to bumper, same deal. It's in the shop. Only difference is, you probably have a guaranteed car program, so you roll a loaner Benz for a few days. You can't demand your money back lol
    Interesting how the Troll is now misrepresenting the laws governing the sale of new cars, as being applicable to gardening equipment, LOL!

    As if a car is equivalent in cost, complexity, durability, etc. to a lawn mower or even a lawn tractor.

    But this is all just a repeat of similar discussing that were already wrapped up before, such as the following:

    Quote Originally Posted by CT Me / Lawguy View Post
    no different then an automobile repair... it goes in, see you in a day or two, its repaired, you found another way to work or school or what have you.
    Contracts for the purchase of a new vehicle are "no different" from the over-the-counter purchase a pressure-washer?

    Nice Troll post! Hilarious!

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