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    Re: Buying Batteries From Canadian Tire - Warranty Issues, Etc.

    Unfortunately for you, no customers are viewing this site any longer as it has more or less become defunct.

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    The Angry CT Me Law Guy is still dancing around the issue, and still hasn't posted any of the information they claim to have, about every Canadian retailer "in the business" of selling automotive batteries.

    Kinda makes one suspicious, huh?

    Oh, and the stat's are easily accessible, to see how many 'views' there are of these threads - some thread have hundreds!

    Not much credibility with these Crappy People.

    Can't trust them to honour their warranties, either, it seesm.
    Last edited by CT Challenger; December 14th, 2011 at 07:48 AM.

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    Re: Buying Batteries From Canadian Tire - Warranty Issues, Etc.

    If you're so eager to prove me wrong, and so confident you can do so...go right ahead.

    See there's a neat little pattern that's developed over time on here.
    When you know you're wrong, you keep blaming a CT person for not providing the proof.
    When you think you've got the answer, you go on about posting links and copied info from various sources.

    The fact that users are not posting to this site is fairly indicative that the credibility loss is not mine...it's yours and this site.

    Prove me wrong, find me a better warranty

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    Re: Buying Batteries From Canadian Tire - Warranty Issues, Etc.

    Hilarious!

    Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy hasn't figured it out yet: s/he is the only one who need to prove anything, here.

    Gee, s/he claims to have all the warranty information from every retailer "in the business".

    But why won't s/he post it, since it's "easy to find"?

    Oh, wait: it's just because they don't FEEL like it!

    Uh-huh. Sure thing.

    Reminds me of all the other lies they've been caught in: Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?

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    Same old insults, same old dodge and weave when it comes to finding facts. Good job CT Hater, no wonder nobody comes to post on this site anymore. You've destroyed any sensee of credibility that could come with a "Consumer advocate" site.

    well done guys.... you've failed at your mission to take down Canadian Tire. Be sure to check out some new store openings coming in early 2012. Here we grow again...

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    Yup, the Crappy People just keep puttin' those unsubstantiated claims out there, then failing to back them up. And now it's somehow OUR fault?? What a riot!

    But it's important to remember the basics:

    - There's still not a scrap of proof that their battery warranty is "the best in the business".

    - Even if they had the best warranty, they wouldn't honour it anyway - just like their other policies.

    - Crappy People can't be trusted (see the ever-growing list of their false claims).

    What more proof do you need than Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy's anti-consumer poor behaviour on this site?

    Bottom line: stay away from Crappy Tire.
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    So you can now comfortably acknowledge that you were wrong! Yes that's right, while calling me the liar, you've been factually proven incorrect, as you requested. Proof! Truth!

    Go ahead, stop posting in this thread now that it's going to be dead, or find a way to respond with some sort of "BUT" answer.

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    Re: Buying Batteries From Canadian Tire - Warranty Issues, Etc.

    Well, Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy has finally begun to back up their original claim, in hopes of redeeming themselves.

    But they've got a long, long way to go!

    After all, they said the Crappy Warranty was "the best in the business", which encompasses every, single battery retailer in all of Canada.

    We'll just have to wait an see, once the rest of the data get posted.

    Don't forget Battery World in Vancouver. How about Battery Direct in Calgary? Niagara Tire and Battery? B&T in Glace Bay?

    For sure, they are all "in the business", too!

    Then again, do we trust that the CT/Liar won't hide the ones that are better than Crappy Tire??

    We know that they've already lied on this thread, about the number of people who 'view' these posts ...

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    Re: Buying Batteries From Canadian Tire - Warranty Issues, Etc.

    You know, i'd atleast expect that if you're goign to start pulling random names of battery sellers that you'd atleast do your homework first and use ones that have a better warranty. Unfortunately you did not.
    Of course you won't find one with better warranties as there isn't one....but that's not the point.
    Keep digging

    You fail

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    Re: Buying Batteries From Canadian Tire - Warranty Issues, Etc.

    Angry-CT-Me-Law-Guy sure does a lot of back-tracking.

    First it was "best warranty in the business", but no evidence has yet been offered.

    That got down-graded to "only one with a 10-year warranty", but there isn't any evidence for that, either.

    Then they claimed that "nobody views this web site", but then it was all, "oops - I meant nobody else POSTS here".

    Reminds me of all the other claims that have been disproven on this site.

    Like all return policies being "the same damn thing", or "a warranty is the same thing as a return policy". Ha-ha!

    Now they aren't happy because customers aren't posting enough research for their taste!

    Pretty entertaining.

    None of it matters, though - better to get even an 8 or 9-year warranty from someone who will honour it, instead of any length of warranty from a retailer who won't honour it!

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