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

    No reason to doubt all the consumers who wrote about stickers, stamps and warranty cards.

    Even Angry-CT-Me-Liar-Guy wrote about "stamps", LOL!

    Lots of excuses used by the Crappy People to deny warranty claims for defective batteries. Many examples, on this site, Red Flag Deals, etc.

    The only one claiming there's only one rule: Angry-CT-Me-Liar-Guy.

    Lots of consumers posting about warranty periods shorter than 10 years, too.

    Seems like the Crappy People aren't being truthful about a lot of things!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    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.
    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    yes there are manufacturing stamps on the battery
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    Stickers not stamps.
    stamp, no stamp, stamp, no stamp ...

    LMAO!

    The Angry/CT/Me/Liar/Guy just can’t pick a single story, and stick(er) to it, LOL!

    You’d think someone who calls themselves an “owner” would be busy trying to learn all the ins and outs of their own business.

    Instead, they waste their time making wild guesses about consumers who post here.

    By the way, I wonder if they’ll take a minute or two to post that information they “already” have about EVERY Canadian battery warranty?

    It sure is taking a whle to supply any evidence, even for their "only one with 10 years" claim!

  3. #43

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

    Stickers required for warranty.
    Stamps engraved in battery casing indicate manufacturing date.

    120 months total warranty
    4 years free replacement
    4 years road side

    Best in the business. period.
    I challenge you to find otherwise. I haven't.

    Sorry dude no more responses on this topic from me. YOu've clearly never had a CT warranty document in your hands, so you're attempting to argue and be the expert about something you've never even encountered.
    When you have understood even the basics, and know what you're talking about I will gladly engage in conversation

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    120 months total warranty
    4 years free replacement
    4 years road side
    Interesting claim.

    So, how many of Crappy Tire's batteries have this so-called "best in business" warranty?

    All of them? A few of them? Even one of them?

    Because, so far, we have seen zero evidence that Crappy Tire even carries a single battery that has this kind of warranty.

    Not that it matters, though. Because they don't seem to stand behind their batteries, any more than they stand behind other products they sell.

    And what evidence has been produced that these warranty terms, if true, are the "best"?

    Why should we take the unreliable word of the Angry-CT-Me-Law-Guy anyway?

    Smart consumers will do their home-work, and pick a retailer who's reliable.

    And that will certainly mean Crappy Tire won't make the 'short list'!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    The paperwork is what is required for full warranty on battery. period. end of story. Not complex...for most people.
    Funny - here's a guy who was refused a warranty claim, even though the paperwork was all in order.

    The excuse was a missing sticker on the battery.

    Guess he's not 'most people', either, LOL!

    EVOLVE TREADMILL,TEMPO -Canadian Tire ,3516 8th ave NE Calgary - CAN'T BE RETURNED!!!!!!!

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

    Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy makes it sound like every battery they sell has a 10 year warranty, with free replacements for the first 4 years, and free roadside assistance.

    But can we trust them to tell us the whole story? Of course not!

    It's really easy to find Crappy Tire batteries that have much shorter warranties - just go to their site!

    Here's one that's only 6 years, with only 2 years free replacement, no roadside:

    Certified Car Battery | Canadian Tire

    So, if any consumers were thinking, "Gee, Crappy Tire has good warranties on their batteries", think again.

    Maybe some are good, but certainly not all of them.

    And there's still no reason to think any are 'the best' - just another unsubstantiated claim by the Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy.

    Besides, what good is a warranty, if they just refuse to honour it?
    Last edited by CT Challenger; December 29th, 2011 at 10:28 AM.

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

    A warranty is only as good when it is all intact and the terms are met. Just like when you buy a big screen tv or an alarm system and pay for an extended warranty. If you lose the warranty, don't expect your warranty to be valid. If you don't follow the terms and conditions of the warranty (contract) same thing.

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

    Tips on Buying An Automotive Battery From Crappy Tire: #1

    Make sure you purchase the battery through the cashier in the Auto Department, and not one of the other cashiers or through the Self Check-Out.

    Otherwise, you won't get the proper cards, stamps, etc., that you'll need to have any chance at all of persuading Crappy Tire to honour their promises.

    Check out what happend to this unfortunate consumer:

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

    Better yet, but from someone reputable - lots of them out there, so no need to 'roll the dice' with Crappy Tire.

  9. #49

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

    Batteries are not usually accessible to customers and unless the customer went behind the desk, how would they have retrieved a battery?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by CT_MANAGER View Post
    Batteries are not usually accessible to customers and unless the customer went behind the desk, how would they have retrieved a battery?
    CT_Manager, why are you being so weird about this?

    You admit that batteries are sometimes accessible to customers, so where's they mystery? It was one of those stores where they are accessible, so consumers need to beware.

    If you had any sincere questions, you could just go to RFD and ask the OP yourself.

    You used to at least try to be reasonable ...

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