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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

    The Angry CT Guy clearly doesn't like it when consumers compare return policies.

    I guess we can forgive him - after all, his beloved company is shown over and over to have the worst policies among his competitors.

    That would explain why he's so angry, but so powerless to show any evidence to the contrary.

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    The Angry CT Guy clearly doesn't like it when consumers compare return policies.

    I guess we can forgive him - after all, his beloved company is shown over and over to have the worst policies among his competitors.

    That would explain why he's so angry, but so powerless to show any evidence to the contrary.
    Really? Lots of Valid ID required for refunds, lots of "unused" in retailer's return policies....all posted, lots of times.
    And hey, each retailer has a sucks.com site too.....you can even donate there.
    Ignore the facts all you want, real consumers vote with their wallet and I've got no complaints with how they voted yesterday, today and tomorrow.

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    Angry CT Guy seems more angry about this site every day.

    He wants to pretend that other stores suck as much as Crappy Tire, despite the mounting evidence.

    But his is the only Canadian retailer that has an actual "sucks" domain, i.e. more than a blog page or two.

    He seems pretty angry about this stie asking for donatons, too. Lets hope lots of people are taking his advice and donating, LOL!

    He must be pretty frustrated, by all the proof of how Crappy Tire has the worst policies.

    He can't refute that, so he makes up crap, and vents his hostility here.

    If he actually works at a Crappy Tire, I'd sure hate to try and get such an angry person to give me a refund!

    Good job, encouraging people to shop elsewhere!

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    Just to summarize, the results were:

    Costco: "Overall: these policies and benefits are vastly superior to Crappy Tire, but require memebership."

    Walmart: "Walmart is better than Crappy Tire on almost every criteria. For other criteria, Walmart is at least as good as Crappy Tire."

    Home Depot: "Home Depot is far better than Crappy Tire on almost every criteria. For other criteria, Home Depot is at least as good as Crappy Tire."

    Zellers: actually looking better than Crappy Tire!

    Sears: waiting to see. Might actually be not so great.

    Target: we'll have to see what happens in Canada, but the U.S. polices look better.

    Hey, has anybody looked at the policies for Sportchek and Athletes World? Looks better than Crappy Tire!

    The Crappy People aren't going to like that!

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Just to summarize, the results were:

    Costco: "Overall: these policies and benefits are vastly superior to Crappy Tire, but require memebership."

    Walmart: "Walmart is better than Crappy Tire on almost every criteria. For other criteria, Walmart is at least as good as Crappy Tire."

    Home Depot: "Home Depot is far better than Crappy Tire on almost every criteria. For other criteria, Home Depot is at least as good as Crappy Tire."

    Zellers: actually looking better than Crappy Tire!

    Sears: waiting to see. Might actually be not so great.

    Target: we'll have to see what happens in Canada, but the U.S. polices look better.

    Hey, has anybody looked at the policies for Sportchek and Athletes World? Looks better than Crappy Tire!

    The Crappy People aren't going to like that!
    Sport Chek - Help Desk - Retail Store Return Policy

    Better then Canadian Tire? are you sure?
    SportChek with a receipt - 60 days unused in original packaging for a refund
    vs. Canadian Tire 90 days unused in original packaging for a refund.

    So 60 days is greater then 90 days? Nice.... That's some mighty fine analysis you've done there

    Without a receipt at SportCheck - default to lowest sale price. 60 days. returned as in store credit only
    Same deal at CT except 30 less days.

    Name Phone number and postal code required at SportChek

    hahahahhahaha your analysis here was as good as the investment advice to buy home depot & lowes before canadian tire hahaha

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    Not that we don't TRUST you, LOL!

    But, I think we should wait for an objective assessment of these policies.

    After all, the Crappy People do have a long history of misrepresenting return policies, of their own company, and of others.

    See https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...lies-here.html

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    then click on the SportChek link I provided and verify their return policy for yourself

    Complex I know

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    As far as retracting anything i've stated, fat chance! The millonaire claims were proven already. You wanted an outside source, you got the outside independant source who verified both the wealth of dealers and the wealth of martha billes, both of which you said we were lying about.

    Once again, proof requested, proof given and you still won't believe. Not my problem you're blind to facts. Actually let me take that back....you're too fuckin stupid to see anything objectively.

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Not that we don't TRUST you, LOL!

    But, I think we should wait for an objective assessment of these policies.

    After all, the Crappy People do have a long history of misrepresenting return policies, of their own company, and of others.

    See https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...lies-here.html
    bait and switch bait and switch. It doesn't matter what the policy says, the customer service line is useless because they refer back to the store owners who screwed you over in the first place. Bait and switch

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    So, how do Zellers return policies compare to Crappy Tire’s, for unwanted/unsatisfactory items?

    Here's the offical Zellers policy page: Return Policy

    Unopened/Sealed: Applies to “some” items, including digital media.

    This is about the same as Crappy Tire, who require unopened/sealed for “ink cartridges, media, and memory cards, books, DVDs, CDs, mattresses and portable beds”.

    However, many Crappy Tire stores require all unsatisfactory items to be “unopened” or in “sealed” packages, which is much worse than Zellers.

    Unused/Original Condition: Not required.

    Crappy Tire says, “in its original condition”, but the added in-store requirement for “unopened” means it must be “unused”, which is much worse than Zellers.

    In Original Packaging: Not required.

    Crappy Tire requires “in its original … packaging” for all products, which is much worse than Zellers.

    Minimum Time: 30 days minimum (for electronics, seasonal items, and anything not paid for with an HBC credit card).

    Crappy Tire allows only 30 days for electronics, so the minimum is the same as Zellers. However, more Zellers items will only have 30 days.

    Maximum Time: 90 days, if paid for with an HBC credit card.

    Crappy Tire’s maximum is 90 days, which is the same if a Zellers credit card is used. However, Zellers items bought by other means will only have 30 days.

    Personal Information Required: Yes (Name, address, phone number. Photo ID “may also be required”).

    This is the same as Crappy Tire.

    Restocking Fee: “returned items may be subject to a restocking fee”

    Crappy Tire’s site does not mention this, but some stores charge a restocking fee for some items. So, both are same.

    Other Limitations:
    - None (nothing at Zellers has to be “unused” or “unopened”.)

    Other Benefits:
    - The Zellers return periods increase to 90 days if paid for with an HBC credit card.


    Summary:

    - Zellers is better than Crappy Tire for the condition of the items being returned (i.e., if they are opened, used, and not in original condition or packaging)
    - However, the superior terms are available for a shorter time (30 days instead of 90) if not purchased with an HBC credit card.
    - If Crappy Tire insists on “unopened” for every item, then Zellers is much better.

    - Overall: Zellers has better policies, but for a shorter time.

    Note: the Zellers site does not describe a “repair only”, “exchange only” or a “no return, no exchange” policy for any defective items, so, customers can get a refund for a defective item.

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    So, how do Zellers return policies compare to Crappy Tire’s, for unwanted/unsatisfactory items?

    Here's the offical Zellers policy page: Return Policy

    Unopened/Sealed: Applies to “some” items, including digital media.

    This is about the same as Crappy Tire, who require unopened/sealed for “ink cartridges, media, and memory cards, books, DVDs, CDs, mattresses and portable beds”.

    However, many Crappy Tire stores require all unsatisfactory items to be “unopened” or in “sealed” packages, which is much worse than Zellers.

    Unused/Original Condition: Not required.

    Crappy Tire says, “in its original condition”, but the added in-store requirement for “unopened” means it must be “unused”, which is much worse than Zellers.

    In Original Packaging: Not required.

    Crappy Tire requires “in its original … packaging” for all products, which is much worse than Zellers.

    Minimum Time: 30 days minimum (for electronics, seasonal items, and anything not paid for with an HBC credit card).

    Crappy Tire allows only 30 days for electronics, so the minimum is the same as Zellers. However, more Zellers items will only have 30 days.

    Maximum Time: 90 days, if paid for with an HBC credit card.

    Crappy Tire’s maximum is 90 days, which is the same if a Zellers credit card is used. However, Zellers items bought by other means will only have 30 days.

    Personal Information Required: Yes (Name, address, phone number. Photo ID “may also be required”).

    This is the same as Crappy Tire.

    Restocking Fee: “returned items may be subject to a restocking fee”

    Crappy Tire’s site does not mention this, but some stores charge a restocking fee for some items. So, both are same.

    Other Limitations:
    - None (nothing at Zellers has to be “unused” or “unopened”.)

    Other Benefits:
    - The Zellers return periods increase to 90 days if paid for with an HBC credit card.


    Summary:

    - Zellers is better than Crappy Tire for the condition of the items being returned (i.e., if they are opened, used, and not in original condition or packaging)
    - However, the superior terms are available for a shorter time (30 days instead of 90) if not purchased with an HBC credit card.
    - If Crappy Tire insists on “unopened” for every item, then Zellers is much better.

    - Overall: Zellers has better policies, but for a shorter time.

    Note: the Zellers site does not describe a “repair only”, “exchange only” or a “no return, no exchange” policy for any defective items, so, customers can get a refund for a defective item.
    Dude, you got too much time on your hands. I think Zellers is nearly dead. At least in my town.

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