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    This is so typical of the Crappy People's strategy.

    They post a bunch of unsubstantiated claims, and general B.S. trying to make it sounds like Crappy Tire doesn't suck quite as much as we think.

    No real proof is offered, of course: just a lot of "oh, my store isn't that bad" crap, and the usual "other retailers suck as much as we do" nonsense.

    Understandably, consumers who know better, decide to post some related information, to set the record straight, and to bring some much-needed facts to the discussion.

    But do the Crappy People even attempt to back up any of their bogus claims?

    Of course not.

    Instead, they blame all their own problems on the consumers, who are simply pointing out their abysmal lack of knowledge by the misguided Crappy People.

    So typical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    They post a bunch of unsubstantiated claims, and general B.S. trying to make it sounds like Crappy Tire doesn't suck quite as much as we think.
    Key words sir.... "as much as we think"

    Your thinking is tainted. You have no concept of right and wrong, real or fake anymore. You see CT, you assume wrong. There is zero hope in dealing with someone who could only ever see bad in every situation.

    Lost cause sir, lost cause

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    It's OK for the Crappy People to simply ignore all that is wrong with their beloved store.

    They have a chance to fix their crappy stores, but they don't have to, if they don't want to.

    It's important to stay focused on what really matters to consumers.

    We just need to stick together, and help one-another to learn about all the crappy things about Crappy Tire.

    Things the Crappy People would prefer we didn't know about.

    For example, the many "No Warranty" products, for which the Crappy Tire policy is, no refund, no exchange and no repair.

    A policy that none of the other major retailers have.

    Don't be distracted by all the other unsubstantiated claims, or insults directed at innocent consumers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    It's OK for the Crappy People to simply ignore all that is wrong with their beloved store.

    They have a chance to fix their crappy stores, but they don't have to, if they don't want to.

    It's important to stay focused on what really matters to consumers.

    We just need to stick together, and help one-another to learn about all the crappy things about Crappy Tire.

    Things the Crappy People would prefer we didn't know about.

    For example, the many "No Warranty" products, for which the Crappy Tire policy is, no refund, no exchange and no repair.

    A policy that none of the other major retailers have.

    Don't be distracted by all the other unsubstantiated claims, or insults directed at innocent consumers.
    You really... REALLY need to get laid. Your hard on for blindly hating Canadian Tire after likely one preventable bad experience has set you on this course of delusion.

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    You really... REALLY need to get laid. Your hard on for blindly hating Canadian Tire after likely one preventable bad experience has set you on this course of delusion.
    So typical of the Crappy People.

    When their incorrect statements are revealed, do they simply admit that they were wrong in the first place?

    Of course not. Instead, they resort to juvenile insults, and vague accusations.

    Not very persuasive at all.

    How about all those hockey sticks? The charger that other Crappy People advise customers to not even buy? How come Crappy Tire switched web pages for the inflatable kayak? How come a $650 pool has no warranty whatsoever?

    Many interesting questions, but no real response from the Crappy People.

    So typical

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    Quote Originally Posted by CT Manager View Post
    The "No Warranty" showing on the website there is misleading. There is, except it isn't through Canadian Tire. There's a 1-800 number and the customer deals directly with the manufacturer. Most parts are warranted for 1 year, a few for only 90 days. Code 50/55 are both ways for stores to bypass this though.
    Thank you, Crappy Manager, for confirming that Crappy Tire's 'return' policy on this $650 swimming pool is, "no refunds, no exchanges, no repairs".

    I'm sure all the consumers reading this already knew that, but it's nice to have some agreement once in a while.

    We'll add this to the growing list of products where this has been confirmed.

    It's important for consumers to know that Crappy Tire is the only major retailer that has hundreds of products like this - no refund, no exchange, no warranty.

    And, to make things worse, there are no signs on the shelf, or notices at Customer Service warning potential victims of these products, that the store will not stand behind them at all, even for 1 day, and that the customer will be completely stick with it, no matter what.

    Thanks, Crappy Manager!

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    Re: Products With "No Warranty" - No Refund, No Exchange, No Repair (As-Is)

    Here's a product with a strange return policy:

    Double Water Slide | Canadian Tire

    It says customers can at least get an exchange if it's defective:

    "Canadian Tire Warranty: This product carries a 1 year exchange warranty redeemable at any Canadian Tire store."

    However, it goes on to say that customers can't get a refund, even if they find out it's defective:

    "Additional Product Information: Return policy exception: No returns of open packages."

    Now, why would someone want to exchange something they never opened?

    How are you supposed to know it's defective before you open the package?

    Besides, this "exception" is actually the rule at may stores: they will insist that all items be returned unopened.

    (Even though the web site only asks that an item be returned "in its original condition and packaging", and says nothing about whether the package is opened).

    Crapppy Tires is looking for more ways to rip off its customers - this time on a defective water slide that costs $400.

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    Re: Products With "No Warranty" - No Refund, No Exchange, No Repair (As-Is)

    A 'return' usually covers a refund or an exchange if it's unwanted (wrong size, colour, just changed your mind).

    If it's unopened, you should be able to return it for a refund if you changed your mind about buying it in the first place. It doesn't look like it comes in different colours or types, so I agree an exchange makes no sense.

    If it's defective, you should be able to exchange it for one that works (doesn't leak or whatever).

    But at least not as bad as those no-warranty pools they won't exchange or even repair.

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    Original condition and packaging means unopened and unused. The manufacturer didn't pack a used item in a ripped apart box you moron.

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    Original condition and packaging means unopened and unused. The manufacturer didn't pack a used item in a ripped apart box you moron.
    The site says, "To return an item for exchange or refund, bring it to any Canadian Tire store within 90 days, in its original condition and packaging".

    Nothing about the condition of the packaging - only of the item.

    The Crappy Person just made that all up.

    Besides, nobody said anything about "a ripped apart" box - many items can be repackaged.

    Just something else the Crappy Person made up, too.

    And is there anything on the site about it being "unopened"? Nope, only for items that are "exceptions" and "may only be returned if unopened".

    That's yet another thing the Crappy person came up with on their own.

    Finally, there's nothing on there about the manufacturer.

    The Crappy Tire people sure are good at creating new reasons to keep their customers' money!

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