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    H8R and Challenger are contradicting each other.

    One says i'm providing some proof, the other says no evidence provided. Which is it ladies?

    Best warranty in the business and longest warranty in the business....stop playing semantics when you're losing. We have the only 4 year roadside program. 3 is the best among competitors. we have the only 10 year total warranty, 9 is the best among competitors.


    Ummm which one of us is back tracking?
    With this comment "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" - Sounds to me like an admission that you recognize we do in fact have the best and longest warranty. Same rules still apply keep your documents, you get your warranty OR allow us to record some personal info, you get your warranty.
    It's not rocket science.

    I don't care that customers aren't posting research. In fact I have no idea what you're actually referring to. All I know is that since registration has been required on this site the only repeat visitors are you two, and myself. A couple of one hit wonder showed up and left. The rest, choose not to spend 4 minutes of their life to sign up. Guess their beefs with CT aren't that important to them. Face the facts, as our business grows, your website shrinks. Black and white, no ifs ands or buts. It's happening right before your eyes and you refuse to acknowledge it. PS - Keep your receipts.

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

    Looks like Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy is back to mis-quoting consumers on here, again.

    I never said they'd provided any "evidence", let alone proof - nice lie, though.

    And it turns out the CT Liar isn't even trying to "back up" their claim!

    All they did was post a few links to some battery sites.

    No assessment of these retailers' warranties.

    No comparison of features (or even just total number of months).

    So, I guess I'll have to retract even that simple statement: The CT Liar has NOT "begun to back up their original claim".

    Sorry!

    So, still no reason to think Crappy Tire has "the best warranty in the business" (or even just the longest).

    And even if they did, we all know by now that they won't stand behind it anyway.

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    Still no evidence to support the numerous and ever-changing claims of the Angry-CT-Me-Law-Guy, I see.

    And there sure are a lot of lies mixed in there, too.

    “the information is readily available", yet even the CT Liarguy can't provide any.

    "no customers are viewing this site any longer", even though there are many hundreds of views per day.

    Consumers said they have "a mission to take down Canadian Tire” - yet no such mission statement exists.

    Consumers have been proven to be "wrong" or "factually incorrect" on this thread - hah!

    All lies.

    And Angry-CT-Me-Law-Guy continues to post lies here almost daily.

    Yet consumers are supposed to just take their word on warranties?

    For more on this theme, check out this thread that recently made it into the Top 10 Most Viewed list:

    Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?

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

    Just found this:

    Longest lasting battery ever? - Page 1

    Costco stood by their battery. Crappy Tire did not. Big surprise!

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    "I lost my warranty paperwork"

    Correct! you lose your paperwork you lose your warranty regardless of the wet code that's stamped on the battery. Why? Because in Canada with the exception of Quebec, warranties are NON- transferrable from owner to owner of products (including batteries) - CT and Exide have zero way to know that this individual purchased the battery.

    Why is it that when a consumer loses his receipt for a purchase, it's up to a store to make good on it? Your negligence does not constitute a change in our policies.

    Yes i'm blaming it on the customer in case you're wondering. It's clearly his or her own failure.

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

    Sure, those are the Crappy Rules. Naturally, they'll claim the problem's the customers fault - no surprise there, LOL!

    Absolutely, it's better to buy from Costco or, any of the other shops that have a good reputation.

    Plus, the other stores might well have a better warranty - no evidence, yet, that they won't.

    Besides, buying from Crappy Tire means putting your money into the hands of people like this:

    Candian Tire Owners and Employees: Charges, Convictions, Investigatons

    Look at all the lies they tell!
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    Re: Buying Batteries From Canadian Tire - Warranty Issues, Etc.

    Let's simplify this

    1) customer makes purchase
    2) customer loses receipt & warranty documentation

    Who's fault could that possibly be? Canadian Tire? Auto Service Manager? Service Advisor? Customer? CT Dealer? Canadian Tire CEO?

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

    All of the above are at fault, naturally - it's their store, and their lack of customer service.

    They decide to sell crappy batteries, set up a labyrinth of rules for customers to navigate, fail to explain these rules to their staff and customers, then use these any deviation from the unstated rules as an excuse to deny reasonable warranty claims.

    Plenty of examples, on this site, Red Flag Deal, and others sites, too.

    Much like the unstated return policies.

    Lesson Learned: Never buy from Crappy Tire - deal instead with someone reputable.

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

    Maybe some day Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy will get around to providing some evidence to back the 'best in the business' claim.

    A good starting point would be to pick even just ONE retailer, and check for THEIR best warranty.

    But we haven't even seen THAT, despite the claims that Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy already has all the information, easily obtained!

    Pretty hilarious!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by CTH8R View Post
    Maybe some day Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy will get around to providing some evidence to back the 'best in the business' claim.
    Don't count on it. They think posting random links is "research" and "proof".

    Besides, who would believe them, after all the B.S. they've posted, just on this thread??

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