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    Seems to me that a "recommendation" from the privacy commissioner in one province to Crappy Tire is not even close to a guarantee that Crappy Tire has done anything at all to change their computer system.

    Even if they stopped showing a field for entry of driver's license info on the screen, that doesn't mean that it couldn't still be scanned using a card reader, and stored without being displayed on the screen. Besides, clerks can just write down the driver's license number of a paper form for retention, and it could easily be manually entered into a database later.

    We still read reports here and elsewhere of customers having additional information being recorded, and not simply viewed and confirmed without being recorded.

    The only way to know your information is safe, is to prevent it from being recorded in any manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Seems to me that a "recommendation" from the privacy commissioner in one province to Crappy Tire is not even close to a guarantee that Crappy Tire has done anything at all to change their computer system.

    Even if they stopped showing a field for entry of driver's license info on the screen, that doesn't mean that it couldn't still be scanned using a card reader, and stored without being displayed on the screen. Besides, clerks can just write down the driver's license number of a paper form for retention, and it could easily be manually entered into a database later.

    We still read reports here and elsewhere of customers having additional information being recorded, and not simply viewed and confirmed without being recorded.

    The only way to know your information is safe, is to prevent it from being recorded in any manner.
    Better call Jesse Ventura

  3. #103

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    Better call Jesse Ventura
    Don't think he'd be interested, unless the Crappy People are thinking that consumers are conspiring against them, LOL.

    But CBS and W5 sure are interested.

    So is Ellen Roseman: How to get a refund from Canadian Tire - moneyville.ca Blogs

    Gee, maybe the media IS conspiring against Crappy Tire!

    Be sure and let us know what Jessie says ...

  4. #104

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    Typical confusion by Crappy People on ordinary English usage.

    It's not really a 'conpiracy', if its a well-known group that openly meets to plan coordinated activities, LOL!

    Just like a 'depection' is not automatically also a 'fraud'.

    Or how a 'warranty' isn't a 'return policy'.

    So many of examples of CT New Speak, it's hard to keep track.

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    Typical confusion by Crappy People on ordinary English usage.

    It's not really a 'conpiracy', if its a well-known group that openly meets to plan coordinated activities, LOL!

    Just like a 'depection' is not automatically also a 'fraud'.

    Or how a 'warranty' isn't a 'return policy'.

    So many of examples of CT New Speak, it's hard to keep track.
    i like how they write 'faker advocate' when they really mean 'consumer'

    or 'truth' when they are telling lies

    'lies' when consumers write the truth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Typical confusion by Crappy People on ordinary English usage.

    It's not really a 'conpiracy', if its a well-known group that openly meets to plan coordinated activities, LOL!

    Just like a 'depection' is not automatically also a 'fraud'.

    Or how a 'warranty' isn't a 'return policy'.

    So many of examples of CT New Speak, it's hard to keep track.
    Now deception isn't "automatically" fraud, before it wasn't fraud at all. I guess faker advocates would like to write and interpret their own rules and laws.....but no such luck.....maybe in Somalia.....LMAO!

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    i like how they write 'faker advocate' when they really mean 'consumer'

    or 'truth' when they are telling lies

    'lies' when consumers write the truth
    Super belly laugh at faker advocate. They aren't kidnapping people for ransom in Somalia....it's just entrepreneurship!
    Silly faker advocate, Trix are for kids.

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    Super belly laugh at faker advocate. They aren't kidnapping people for ransom in Somalia....it's just entrepreneurship!
    Silly faker advocate, Trix are for kids.
    The difference between you and the pirates is that they actually honor their agreements. Thanks for bringing it up lol.

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    Now deception isn't "automatically" fraud, before it wasn't fraud at all. I guess faker advocates would like to write and interpret their own rules and laws.....but no such luck.....maybe in Somalia.....LMAO!
    Typical CT lie. Back to his old tricks, I see.

    Nobody said that deception wasn't an element of fraud - only that deception by itself does not constitute a crime of fraud. Something that the consumers probably already know.

    I guess he thinks he can intimidate customers into foregoing legitimate returns, just to avoid the type of false accusations we see regularly from all the CT Liars both here and in stores.

    Nice try, though.

    For a long list of common CT lies, check this out: Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?

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    The difference between you and the pirates is that they actually honor their agreements. Thanks for bringing it up lol.
    Fortunately for the rest of a civilized society, we just don't see it like you. That's why your a faker advocate, that's why you're irrelevant.

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