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    There is not a field in the returns computer system to enter birth date or sex.... and etc does not cover anything. Customer information fields are limited to name phone number and address. Period. Nothing else goes into the computer. there's not even a spot to enter it if a clerk wanted to!
    Also from the CT manager who promised " a cash refund" if you bring back the merchandise. But we all know that was a lie too on CT's part lol.


    You can keep your excuses CT. I've seen enough and read enough from other threads. You lie and rip people off and see nothing wrong with that. You should be ashamed of yourselves!

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    No you tried to deceive again which was my point . Your returns desk does more than just look at customers ID for returns/ exchanges with receipt. You take the customers private information down.

    No you missed my point on the returns. Somebody has a legitimate return and you want your toady manager to have the final say regardless of the situation. I wonder how many people are denied return legitimate and exchanges because of your "black and white no thinking required " policies.

    Oh you're comparing yourselves to the good retailers now? Without BAD retailers like you, my wallet might be a tad thicker, the landfill less full of your crap, and 10's of thousands of car owners would get good repairs instead of bad ones and not have their lives at risk like the lady in the east coast who went through a red light after CT's bad brake jobs. She sued and won. Thousands more like me who feel the same way.

    I still do know how the world works and because of that I don't buy into your self serving crap.
    LMAO!!! I love how any loser can post on this site. Ramble much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Also from the CT manager who promised " a cash refund" if you bring back the merchandise. But we all know that was a lie too on CT's part lol.


    You can keep your excuses CT. I've seen enough and read enough from other threads. You lie and rip people off and see nothing wrong with that. You should be ashamed of yourselves!
    returns | Sears Canada

    Photo I'd may be required....posted lots

    http://z.walmart.ca/content/wm_privacy_statement_en.pdf

    Fraud prevention....nothing new

    Need more examples?

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    Or this one

    Return Policy | Home Depot Canada

    Can ask for valid ID

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    I'm going on a camping trip and need to pick up a few more camping gear. "Canadian Tire ?" you ask. No thanks, I'll pass on everything that's involved with Crappy Tire and I do mean everything.

    Those jerks couldn't give me my money back on a bad pressure washer. So I'm going else where for my purchase. Oh what's that, my car driving by CT!!! Yep, it's been 4 years and now all my stuff works. I see nothings changed at all at Crappy Tire lol.

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

    Or

    Return Policy

    Valid photo ID....nothing new

    Perhaps the fraudsters would like to shop elsewhere....I'm really only interested in serving honest customers anyway.

    Cheers

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I'm going on a camping trip and need to pick up a few more camping gear. "Canadian Tire ?" you ask. No thanks, I'll pass on everything that's involved with Crappy Tire and I do mean everything.

    Those jerks couldn't give me my money back on a bad pressure washer. So I'm going else where for my purchase. Oh what's that, my car driving by CT!!! Yep, it's been 4 years and now all my stuff works. I see nothings changed at all at Crappy Tire lol.
    Nice fake post. Fakers are so easy to spot.

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

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    Nice fake post. Fakers are so easy to spot.
    The Angry CT Guy is letting his hostility get completely out of hand.

    At least 5 late-night raving postings, all within a few minute of each other, and none of them coherent.

    The only common thread seems to be irrelevant links, ala LiarGuy.

    Maybe a Valium and a good nights sleep will restore his adrenalin levels .... all because some consumers attempted to help one-another. Geez!

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

    Regular readers will recall that the policies for unsatisfactory (unwanted) goods of various stores have been compares here previously.

    The results were:

    Costco: https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge....html#post4953

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

    Walmart: https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge....html#post4954

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

    Home Depot: https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge....html#post4955

    "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."

    So, having lost the battle of the other major Canadian Retailers, the Crappy People are now looking for other stores to compare themselves with, such as Zellers (LOL!) and Sears. They are even looking south of the border to Target.

    It seems time to do some more comparisons, and not just on the 1 or 2 points where the Crappy People think they'll win.

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    Re: Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Valid photo ID....nothing new

    Perhaps the fraudsters would like to shop elsewhere....I'm really only interested in serving honest customers anyway.

    Cheers
    Yes, indeed. It's obvious that anyone who doesn't want their personal information to be collected is a "fraudster".

    It's not as if personal information can be used for identity theft, right?

    For sure, only a dishonest person would hesitate to do everything that the pimply teenager at the returns desk requests.

    After all, everybody's driver's license number is freely available to anyone who wants to check, right?

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