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    Hmm. Another reference to lame-o Wikipedia, and some more insults.

    Not very interesting, I'm afraid.

    What I didn't see, were any examples (not even a description!) of anybody being convicted of "fraud" for using a receipt from a new item to return an old, unopened item.

    No examples from your store (assuming you have one).

    None from any store at all!

    Still no evidence on conviction rates, I see. Are you sure really sure the "conviction rate is 100%"?

    And still no evidence to support your claim that any deception is 'automatically' a crime of fraud.

    Finally, still no evidence that someone posting here did something that meets all five separate elements of fraud (especially "injury").

    Seems you don't have anything to back up your claims at all, LOL!

    Well, don't sweat it. Everyone here already knows you're full of crap.

    That's why you have to resort to sophmoric taunts about 'mental illness' and 'booze'.

    Come back when you've got something relevant to say on the topic of ID and personal information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Return fraud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Here you are late night wacko faker advocate. Keep on spewing your "beliefs". People get to see you for what you really are.....a wacko and a faker, unless of course that was just another booze filled tirade.
    No proof eh! All that yapping about convictions of receipt fraud and you can't show any proof at your store? Why is that? Is it because you're lying again and don't have any proof? And you're accusing consumer advocates on a booze filled tirade! LOL. Hilarious.

    Is this coming from the same person, (lawguy alias) who challenged us to show one lawsuit against any retailer involving CPA because you were so sure that none existed. I believe you were given two cases. and then seeing you had egg all over your face, you changed the criteria again AFTER THE FACT, and then wanted proof that it was against a big retailer, with no defintions on "big". You didn't even look into the reasons why the plaintiffs won. That incident proved that you have no knowledge of the law and just another CT lier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    No proof eh! All that yapping about convictions of receipt fraud and you can't show any proof at your store? Why is that? Is it because you're lying again and don't have any proof? And you're accusing consumer advocates on a booze filled tirade! LOL. Hilarious.

    Is this coming from the same person, (lawguy alias) who challenged us to show one lawsuit against any retailer involving CPA because you were so sure that none existed. I believe you were given two cases. and then seeing you had egg all over your face, you changed the criteria again AFTER THE FACT, and then wanted proof that it was against a big retailer, with no defintions on "big". You didn't even look into the reasons why the plaintiffs won. That incident proved that you have no knowledge of the law and just another CT lier.
    Now that the booze has worn off, you should take your Ritalin. Not wise to mix your booze and drugs.

    Have fun reading this while you're coming down:

    Canadian Fraud Laws.

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    Hmm. More pathetic insults, I see.

    Oh, an interesting link!

    But it's all about businesses (like Crappy Tire!) defrauding consumers, LOL!

    And it's not even a recognized site - just something some amateurs posted. Pretty funny!

    So:

    1 - Still no examples (not even a description!) of anybody being convicted of "fraud" for using a receipt from a new item to return an old, unopened item. Not from your store (assuming you have one). None from any store at all!

    2 - Still no evidence on conviction rates, I see. Are you sure really sure the "conviction rate is 100%"?

    3 - Does your latest definition say "deception is fraud"? Nope! So, still no evidence to support your claim that any deception is 'automatically' a crime of fraud.

    4 - Still no evidence that someone posting here did something that meets all five separate elements of fraud (especially "injury").

    Seems you don't have anything to back up your claims at all, LOL!

    Well, don't sweat it. Everyone here already knows you're full of crap.

    That's why you have to resort to sophmoric taunts about 'mental illness' and 'booze'.

    Come back when you've got something relevant to say on the topic of ID and personal information.

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    Targets can't come soon enough. 220 stores near you! I hope they expand their automotive line as I'm sick of seeing that simoniz.

    Oh I'll be paying for all of that straight from my purse, on my credit card, without any of my money going to a sexist pig.

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    Re: Collecting ID and Personal Information

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Targets can't come soon enough. 220 stores near you! I hope they expand their automotive line as I'm sick of seeing that simoniz.

    Oh I'll be paying for all of that straight from my purse, on my credit card, without any of my money going to a sexist pig.
    Lmao....too bad they don't carry pressure washers, but do check out targets very own sucks.com site and the tons of complaints about their return policy, silly faker advocate with his multiple posting personalities. Too funny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Lmao....too bad they don't carry pressure washers, but do check out targets very own sucks.com site and the tons of complaints about their return policy, silly faker advocate with his multiple posting personalities. Too funny!
    So, do you think Crappy Tire will survive Target?

    Based on these comments, it doesn't look good:

    Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    By the way, Target's site only says, "Photo ID may be required". It doesn't say they will records anything, and it doesn't say you will need to provide your address or phone number.

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    I see you're still dodging the question of this mystery machine we are scanning drivers licenses into!
    Where'd that go? Suddenly when challenged, you back off. What's the machine? or did you make something up again?


    By the way, the link to a thread in this website showing "concern" that we will fail when Target comes in, well that's kind of pathetic. You're basically jumping up and down pouting screaming look what I did over here. You and I both know that those are your comments. Point me to a business analyst that says we are going bankrupt? Point to a business report that shows we are doomed to fail. I have not found one article that says we are in jeopardy.
    Your opinion on the subject does not count. lol

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    I see you're still dodging the question of this mystery machine we are scanning drivers licenses into!
    Google says it only took 0.22 seconds to find this device:

    Id Reader Snapshell IDR

    "Canadian supported ID cards: Canadian Citizen ID, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, North West Territories, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan"

    I'm sure there are others, and that a stripe reader already installed in a store could read various other formats, too.

    Mystery solved!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Google says it only took 0.22 seconds to find this device:

    Id Reader Snapshell IDR

    "Canadian supported ID cards: Canadian Citizen ID, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, North West Territories, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan"

    I'm sure there are others, and that a stripe reader already installed in a store could read various other formats, too.

    Mystery solved!
    Too funny. I suppose you can claim anything you want on an anonymous faker advocate site. No proof, no reality, just opinion and supposition. And that's why you're a faker. LOL!

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