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    Re: Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?

    guess you're the one who can't read

    ct refues refunds for products that are "genuinely defective"

    friends don't let friends shop at Canadian Tire

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    Re: Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?

    Well, I see the CT Rep's finally got their "Lie Machine" out of low gear, LOL.

    There were too many lies to list here, but most have been addressed already, and added to the list where appropriate.

    At least they were kind enough to post many right on this thread - saves time that way.

    The real news is, one of the CT Rep's finally admitted that CT's return policies are worse than all the other major Canadian retailers. We already knew that, but it was nice of them to admit that.

    Maybe we can finally lay that Lie to rest?

    It was also nice to get an explanation of how CT is able to get products from their suppliers for less money, if they agree to make returns more difficult for the customer.

    But, we already knew that, too, and nobody had fallen for the "it's to keep things out of the landfill" lie.

    Gee, is there a mood of confession in the wind?

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    Re: Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?

    Okay losers lets play a game. It's called YOU interpret the laws and regulations. You've been playing this game on your own accord, now i'm putting you to the challenge.

    Future Shop & Best Buy return policy states No returns on DVD's, movies, CD's etc....
    If defective, exchange only for the exact same title.

    So explain to me which section of the Consumer Protection Act this falls under?
    How does any of it apply?
    Can't the consumer just demand a refund because they don't like the sellers terms?

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    Re: Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?

    Quote Originally Posted by CT Challenger View Post
    Well, I see the CT Rep's finally got their "Lie Machine" out of low gear, LOL.

    There were too many lies to list here, but most have been addressed already, and added to the list where appropriate.

    At least they were kind enough to post many right on this thread - saves time that way.

    The real news is, one of the CT Rep's finally admitted that CT's return policies are worse than all the other major Canadian retailers. We already knew that, but it was nice of them to admit that.

    Maybe we can finally lay that Lie to rest?

    It was also nice to get an explanation of how CT is able to get products from their suppliers for less money, if they agree to make returns more difficult for the customer.

    But, we already knew that, too, and nobody had fallen for the "it's to keep things out of the landfill" lie.

    Gee, is there a mood of confession in the wind?

    Now, now....faker advocate. Too many lies from you...I don't think CTC's policies are worse than others and in lots of cases they are better.
    I didn't say that CTC buys from their suppliers for less in exchange for making returns more difficult...how about we sell for less, so are diligent on ensuring that costs are kept down on needless returns. Good business model....one that other retailers have been changing over the last few years as well.
    Tsk, tsk....faker advocate....you is gettin' called on lots of your bull lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Okay losers lets play a game. It's called YOU interpret the laws and regulations. You've been playing this game on your own accord, now i'm putting you to the challenge.

    Future Shop & Best Buy return policy states No returns on DVD's, movies, CD's etc....
    If defective, exchange only for the exact same title.

    So explain to me which section of the Consumer Protection Act this falls under?
    How does any of it apply?
    Can't the consumer just demand a refund because they don't like the sellers terms?

    That's easy....it's because they are not Canadian Tire so it doesn't count and you're a liar...lol

    These goobers have ignored the blatantly obvious for so long, that it is obvious to any reader that they don't live in the real world. Left unchallenged on their wrong opinions and who knows what crap they would spew.....that's why this site has a disclaimer to the accuracy of the content posted.
    Tsk, tsk.....faker advocates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    That's easy....it's because they are not Canadian Tire so it doesn't count and you're a liar...lol

    These goobers have ignored the blatantly obvious for so long, that it is obvious to any reader that they don't live in the real world. Left unchallenged on their wrong opinions and who knows what crap they would spew.....that's why this site has a disclaimer to the accuracy of the content posted.
    Tsk, tsk.....faker advocates.
    LOL nice
    I suspect the loser consumer advocates will either ignore this all together, or try to spin it. I await...I await

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    Re: Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?

    Same game, although I haven't had an answer to the first part of the game.

    http://www.homedepot.ca/wcsstore/Hom...E_DELIVERY.pdf

    here's a link to Home Depot Canada's information regarding home appliances. It specifically states that after 48 hours any defect becomes a manufacturers warranty issue. call them directly, skip Home Depot all together.

    According to you loser advocates, its a purcahse, you have the right to cancel the contract. So drop it off at Home Depot, get your cash back.

    how does THIS get looked at with the CPA, SGA etc....?


    By the way, in regards to previous posts that the consumer has the right to "cancel an agreement" and receive their money back, quoted from teh CPA, i might suggest looking at the header of the section you found that under. It's called FUTURE CONTRACTS. Like you agree to have a kitchen installed or house built or something.... and change your mind. you can cancel a FUTURE contract and receive your money back. Not one that's already been completed. future contract. drill that into your head, it's the section you keep quoting from the CPA

    have fun answering

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    hey look!

    with an hd appliance it doesn't revert to the manufacturers warranty the second you buy it

    instead theres a nonzero period of time when the retailer will stand behind what they sell!!!!!

    thanks ct reps for finally proving some proof of something - of how much you suck compared to hd!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hey look!

    with an hd appliance it doesn't revert to the manufacturers warranty the second you buy it

    instead theres a nonzero period of time when the retailer will stand behind what they sell!!!!!

    thanks ct reps for finally proving some proof of something - of how much you suck compared to hd!!!
    should be "providing some proof". in case you are a ct rep and therefore easily confused!

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    these ct reps are a riot!

    they are still under the delusion that consumers are going to take orders from them – here of all places!

    yes, it’s still pretty entertaining when they try to set up rules for the consumers to follow!

    buy, hey, if the Rep’s have got some counter-evidence to present, I say, “bring it on”.

    we should give it all the consideration it deserves :-)

    (But a word to the wise: warranties and fraudulant accounts of phony phone calls won’t be very persuasive to us consumers – we’ve been lied to just too many times. Only verifiable evidence, please!)

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