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

    Really?

    A labryinth of rules?

    Rule #1 - Keep your receipt and the warranty folder,(which by the way has the details of the warranty itself including the phone number for road side program - so you should have it close by)

    Rule #2 - See rule # 1

    NOw how could anybody be expected to navigate through that maze to get a warranty replacement? LOL

    *******

    You want the warranty of the best battery for one competitor? Click on the links provided.
    ON those sites I picked a vehicle, same in each competitors site, Cadillac Escalade, which will have a common battery, and selected the best battery available. Max warranty was 108 months. one full year short of canadian tire.

    Keep digging, you're losing.

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

    Only two rules, huh? LOL!

    Check out the many stories on this site and others, about all the stickers and cards and stamps that stores will ask for, then use these as excuses for refusing to honour the so-called 'warranty'.

    Oh, and we are still waiting for the "proof" you already have, not just your non-credible reports of what some old links might show.

    Still waiting ...

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

    Quote Originally Posted by CT Challenger View Post
    Only two rules, huh? LOL!

    Check out the many stories on this site and others, about all the stickers and cards and stamps that stores will ask for, then use these as excuses for refusing to honour the so-called 'warranty'.

    Oh, and we are still waiting for the "proof" you already have, not just your non-credible reports of what some old links might show.

    Still waiting ...
    Stamp? sorry no stamp. that's a made up bit.
    Yes read the few upset customers on here regarding batteries. I lost my paperwork. I didn't have my paperwork. As already explained, no warranty.

    stickers are attached to the folder...you know the warranty folder we've been debating the whole time. Card? ya no card? made up

    warranty folder that has the stickers in it, receipt = warranty
    Wow what a maze....how can anyone figure that out?
    OR - leave your personal information, name address phone number, we will record it in our national database and youre covered without your paperwork. Of course the clerk will steal it, use it fraudulantly to open Swiss Bank Accounts and fraud you out of your milllions. Oh wait....haven't seen a case like that .... sorry that was your made up concerns over stuff that never happened.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    Rule #2 - See rule # 1
    The Angry/CT/Me/Liar/Guy has long ago bailed on the unprovable "best warranty in the business" claim.

    Then, he moved on to the downgraded "longest in the business" claim, which is also unprovable.

    But he's abandoned that, too, and is attempting to convince consumers that Crappy's notoriously convoluted (and often worthless) warranties are actually quite simple!

    Yeah. "Good luck with that", LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    regardless of the wet code that's stamped on the battery.
    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    Stamp? sorry no stamp. that's a made up bit.
    Ha-ha!

    Either the Angry-CT-Me-Liar-Guy wasn't telling the truth about a code being STAMPED on the battery, or they were lying about something being "made up".

    Not that it matters much - we already know we can't trust these people at all.

    But you'd think they'd at least try to tell consistent lies - they can't even be bothered to do THAT!

  6. #36

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    yes there are manufacturing stamps on the battery, they are not related to the customer obtaining full warranty for his battery. The paperwork is what is required for full warranty on battery. period. end of story. Not complex...for most people.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    Card? ya no card? made up
    Interesting theory.

    Here's a complaint from Crappy Tire's own "review" site, saying they have to find a "warranty card", now that the crappy battery is failing.

    Canadian Tire - MotoMaster Eliminator Automotive Battery customer reviews - product reviews - read top consumer ratings

    Oh, and the custmer says Costco's batteries are better - seems to be a lot of that goin' around!

    And, the customer review on the CT site says the Crappy Tire warranty was only 9 years - seems this "10 year" theory doesn't apply to every battery - if any at all!


    NOw, here's another customer who was getting cheated for not having a "card" - pretty strange, don't you think, LOL!

    https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/po....html#post2945

    Finally, here's a story about a customer getting screwed over for not having a "warranty card" - over at Red Flag Deal, just last March:

    Canadian Tire Wont honor the warranty on Battery. - RedFlagDeals.com Forums

    Yeah, for sure all those customers are just 'making up' non-existance warranty cards, and pretending the crappy stores demand them!

    I guess ALL these customers must be lying, and our dearest Angry-CT-Me-Law-Guy is the only one telling the truth!

    Pretty hilarious!

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    Speaking about the importance of "stamps", here's another horror story from the CTS Archives:

    Don't miss the part about the "stamp on the little pamphlet did not match the numbers."

    https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/pe...dian-tire.html

    They reported more than just a single rule: "warranty rules, regulations, etc set up that caused this whole situation."

    Oh, and any more luck proving "the best warranty in the business"?

    Still waiting!

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

    Wow! Looks like there are TWO stamps!

    One on the battery, and one on the paperwork.

    So, is that still just one lie by Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy?

    Or two lies?

    Never mind - we lost count a while ago!

  10. #40

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    Stickers not stamps. one on the folder, one on the battery.


    So you've never actually seen a CT battery folder have you? You're arguing about something which you haven't actually ever had your hands on. No wonder you don't understand. This is what you call being a consumer advocate?

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