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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

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    Did someone from Canadian Tire mention Ellen Roseman ?

    How to get a refund from Canadian Tire - moneyville.ca Blogs
    Just look at all those bad customer reviews tsk tsk.

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    Did someone from Canadian Tire mention Ellen Roseman ?

    How to get a refund from Canadian Tire - moneyville.ca Blogs
    Oh-oh!

    The Crappy People aren't gonna like that very much!

    I think Angry CT Guy will have to start posting his messages hourly.

    Brace yourselves for a barrage of "faker advocate, 600-sucks.com, lawyer wife, only your opinion, where are the lawsuits, donate button on the top, drunken ranting, mental illness" messages.

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    maybe ellen decided to google 'ellen roseman advocate' and saw this site as the #3 hit

    she might be developing a special interest in the company thats been badmouthing here so much here

    just a 'theory' lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    maybe ellen decided to google 'ellen roseman advocate' and saw this site as the #3 hit

    she might be developing a special interest in the company thats been badmouthing here so much here

    just a 'theory' lol
    When the Crappy People decided to call her a big liar, that might have been a mistake.

    Just another 'theory', though.

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    Interpretation:

    Customer service girl did her job, followed the rules, informed the customer, summoned a Manager when asked.
    Manager refunded money to customer as she requested.

    What's the problem here? oh I know what the problem is.......you hate Canadian Tire so you ignore the part that says, she got her money back.

    Oh and yes...if you have questions about warranty or returns............ASK!!!!
    That comment looks pretty stupid right now.

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    Hmm ..

    On Sept 1st, a consumer posts this story on our beloved web site:

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    Yet another customer discovered the truth about Crappy Tire's policy for unsatisfactory products: if it's been used, you own it.

    This customer found out the hard way that the Crappy Policy is "... drastically different than all other major stores".

    It's impressive that they devoted their valuable time to educate their fellow-consumers, "so that others are spared from this experience and potential loss of ability to obtain a full cash refund."

    CambridgeTimes Article: Time to review refund policies

    I assume the Crappy People will offer up the usual lame excuse: it is up to all consumers to stop by Customer Service before they make any purchases, to find out the real policies that will apply to each item.

    Sadly, consumers are still incorrectly assuming that Crappy Tire is like all the other stores, and will stand behind what they sell.

    Yes, consumers have to learn to apply the adage "Buyer Beware" each time they venture into a Crappy Tire store.

    I also expect the Crappy People will claim that this unlucky consumer should have devoted sufficient research effort prior to purchasing a simple dehumidifier, so that they would have fully understood every mode of operation, and thus known that the fan operates continuously.

    Yes, Crappy People are fond of blaming consumers for every problem that arises.

    Well, we are sorry for what you went through, Cambridge Consumer!

    But thanks for helping get the word out!

    Well done!
    Then, on the 6th, our beloved Ellen wrote this:

    How to get a refund from Canadian Tire - moneyville.ca Blogs

    Coincidence?

    Or did a consumer follow up on that offer to call Ellen?

    One thing is sure: the Crappy People sure aren't gonna like it when their advice back-fires, LOL!

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    Good for the parents in taking Crappys to court and winning! The judgment is a pittance, but the family wasn't after real damages either, just out of pocket expenses for the ambulance, time off work for their hospitalized son, and getting CASH refunds for the defective bikes. It just goes to show Crappys that not everyone is out to get them as they're so paranoid about recording info from everyones ID.

    CT_Manager was right on the money about bikes from Crappys!

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

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    Just look at all those bad customer reviews tsk tsk.
    Not to mention the good ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Good for the parents in taking Crappys to court and winning! The judgment is a pittance, but the family wasn't after real damages either, just out of pocket expenses for the ambulance, time off work for their hospitalized son, and getting CASH refunds for the defective bikes. It just goes to show Crappys that not everyone is out to get them as they're so paranoid about recording info from everyones ID.

    CT_Manager was right on the money about bikes from Crappys!
    Nice try though. Is Canadian Tire still selling more bikes than any other retailer in Canada? Just asking. LOL.

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    Not to mention the good ones
    which are outnumbered 10 to 1 by the bad ones.

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