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    This would mean that 999 people pay the price becuase of 1 person. This sounds like communism. New name - Canadain Communist Tire
    We all pay the price for cheaters, thieves and losers. Welcome to reality.

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    Correct....the try me out store is not CT. The borrow it for the weekend store is not CT. The use it and return it store is not CT. The lie and say it's defective because you no longer want it store is not CT. The I didn't follow the directions and broke it, so I want to return it store is not CT. The I ripped the packaging to shit and want to return it store is not CT.
    Yes folks, when you want to purchase used items, please go to Walmart. LoL!
    No, CT is just buy our second hand shit store.
    I myself bought a lawn mower, put it out of the box, couldn't assamble it cause it was too freaking hard and the NEXT morning took the crap back( remember that I haven't even assemble it ) and idiots at CT told me I can't return something that was not in the original condition. So I took the lawn mower and left it at the entrance door. CT can go F..k themselves! I will never go back! Went to Walmart and got a kick ass mower- wont bring it back cuz it works and it's awesome unlike the crappy one I got at crapy tire!

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    You paid hundreds of dollars for a lawnmower and just left it at the entrance because you couldn't put it together?

    smart. i'm sure someone was happy to have a free lawnmower


    pS how can you not assemble a lawn mower? its 6 bolts man. 4 wheels and two for the handle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    No, CT is just buy our second hand shit store.
    I myself bought a lawn mower, put it out of the box, couldn't assamble it cause it was too freaking hard and the NEXT morning took the crap back( remember that I haven't even assemble it ) and idiots at CT told me I can't return something that was not in the original condition. So I took the lawn mower and left it at the entrance door. CT can go F..k themselves! I will never go back! Went to Walmart and got a kick ass mower- wont bring it back cuz it works and it's awesome unlike the crappy one I got at crapy tire!
    I think I'll call bullshit on that story. No one is that stupid.

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    I work at Canadian Tire and the return policy isn't that bad.. We actually did a return on an assembled patio set the other day, which was not in the orginal packaging. The customer didn't even bring the packaging, we also did a return on an assembled swing set. It depends on what CT you go to, they are independently owned, so some might be nicer when it comes to returns.

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    I work at Canadian Tire and the return policy isn't that bad.. We actually did a return on an assembled patio set the other day, which was not in the orginal packaging. The customer didn't even bring the packaging, we also did a return on an assembled swing set. It depends on what CT you go to, they are independently owned, so some might be nicer when it comes to returns.
    really?

    what did you read here that you don't think matches the policies of canadian tire?

    here's a good place to start:

    Returns, Refunds & Exchanges | Canadian Tire

    it's interesting how CT people often say they are not so bad, because some stores will 'bend the rules' or 'make an exception'.

    its good that we have other stores to go to, where being 'nicer' is already a clearly state the policy, and not something you have to bargain for, or jump through hoops to get.

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

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    I think I'll call bullshit on that story. No one is that stupid.
    It was on sale and yes I left it! Won't ever go to CT again! walmart rocks dude and CT can kiss their ass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    No, CT is just buy our second hand shit store.
    I myself bought a lawn mower, put it out of the box, couldn't assamble it cause it was too freaking hard and the NEXT morning took the crap back( remember that I haven't even assemble it ) and idiots at CT told me I can't return something that was not in the original condition. So I took the lawn mower and left it at the entrance door. CT can go F..k themselves! I will never go back! Went to Walmart and got a kick ass mower- wont bring it back cuz it works and it's awesome unlike the crappy one I got at crapy tire!
    They did the same thing to me, but I did pour the oil can in it( the one that came with the mower) they told me it wasn't in original condition and didn't want to return or exchange it. Long story short I sold it for 50$ on kijiji, and lets just say I lost money and time... Allbecause of morons at CT.

    Dude, I know Canadian tire sucks big time but go pick up your lawn mower and sell it for whatever

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahWR View Post
    I work at Canadian Tire and the return policy isn't that bad.. We actually did a return on an assembled patio set the other day, which was not in the orginal packaging. The customer didn't even bring the packaging, we also did a return on an assembled swing set. It depends on what CT you go to, they are independently owned, so some might be nicer when it comes to returns.
    What location do you work at? That's a one in a mIllion story

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

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    What location do you work at? That's a one in a mIllion story
    Why would it be a one in a million story if CTire has tens of thousands of customers every single day? Seems like the complainers are the tiny minority.

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