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

    Quote Originally Posted by CT Challenger View Post
    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 ...
    I don't recall ever saying that auto batteries were accessible by customers. I had stated that they are usually behind the counter (or what I forgot to mention in the backroom/warehouse). I've worked as a manager in 4 stores and neither of them had batteries that were accessible to customers (either backroom, or behind the counter)

    There is a reason that batteries would require staff to retrieve it; one being to write up the warranty. I don't understand where I am being unreasonable? I'm merely making an observation.

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

    Something is still missing here....story not complete i'm sure of it

    If a customer self served a battery which is possible in some stores, when they returned for warranty, the stickers would still be intact on the battery instead of having been transferred to a warranty folder. With receipt in hand, and the required stickers, a warranty could easily be honoured.

    I suspect not all details are present

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

    I see the 'just trying to help' image you were cultivating has all but vanished.

    You wrote, "I don't recall ever saying that auto batteries were accessible by customers."

    Hey, give us a break - you're memory can't be THAT bad.

    Because you'd just written, "Batteries are not usually accessible to customers".

    Saying "not usually" means "sometimes auto batteries were accessible by customers".

    I'd seen it for myself, back when I still set foot in those Crappy stores.

    And the OP on RFD actually fell into this trap.

    (Hey, have you tried to contact the OP on RFD for clarification? How did that go? Did they recant their statements? Huh?)

    So, the warning to consumers still stands:

    "Tip #1: Make sure you purchase the battery through the cashier in the Auto Department."

    And don't forget: "This is a site for consumers."

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    no more responses on this topic from me.
    No more responses from Angry/CT/Me/Liar/Guy, huh?

    Promises, promises.

    So quickly broken.

    Just like the worthless 'warranties'.

    Watch: A/C/M/L/G will cook up some loop-hole; how they actually responded to a different topic, blah-blah-blah.

    Again, just like the loop-holes to get around honouring a warranty, LOL!

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

    Oh, and still not even a definition of what 'best in the business' might be, let alone that Crappy Tire has anything like it.

    And no evidence yet posted that any Crappy Tire batteries have a 10-year warranty - just the example of one with a mere 6 years - easily beaten by CAA, for example.

    "LOL Hilarious"!

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

    Tips on Buying An Automotive Battery From Crappy Tire: #2

    Make sure you are willing to pay for Crappy Tire to install your new battery, and to be the only mechanics to work on your vehicle.

    Otherwise, if the battery fails, the Crappy People might use this as an excuse to revoke your warranty.

    That's what happened to this consumer:

    https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/pe...y.html#post147

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

    Motomaster Eliminator Car Battery | Canadian Tire

    All MM Eliminator
    4 year free
    4 year roadside
    10 year total
    10 year free option

    It's like you WANT to be proven wrong or something. the information is so simple

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

    Hey, look!

    Angry-CT-Me-Liar-Guy finally provided at least a first scrap of evidence!

    It's about time!

    But this claim that a consumer has been "proven wrong" on this thread? Totally false.

    Just like the claim that false promise that Angry-CT-Me-Liar-Guy wasn't going to post any more, LOL!

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

    Out of all those claims, and after all those lies, the Crappy People have only proven one, single claim: that they have one battery with a 10-year warranty.

    But here's yet another battery they sell with a shorter warranty:

    Motomaster Automotive Battery | Canadian Tire

    Gee, I guess they somehow accidentally forgot to include that one, too, in their analysis. Oopsie!

    And all those other claims? Still unproven.

    Well, except for the ones that were proven to be lies.

    No, it's far better to give your business to someone honest.

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

    there was never a claim made that every battery carried the 4/4/10 warranty.
    In fact in an earlier post I made reference to our second line batteries.

    Like every other retailer of batteries or other products, there is a branding strategy of good better best.

    For most vehicles there are multiple options.... good better best available for most common applications.


    It's difficult to believe you post as a consumer advocate when you've never actually researched anything related to a Canadian Tire battery purchase and or warranty. All you've done is hijacked a few postings from a handful of upset customers and try to leverage that into a full scale complaint against CT. You don't know the warranty process, you've never had a warranty folder in your hand, you don't know about the serial number stickers or ANYTHING related to a CT battery purchase.
    Come on man , educate yourself on what you're arguing about. Advocate? no sir
    This has just become a CTH8R and Challenger back and forth. Hilarious. You're losing.... bad!

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