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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    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!
    Please explain what aspect of the earlier post regarding drivers' license scanners you believe to be inaccurate, or lacking in proof, etc.

    Thank you!

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    Re: Collecting ID and Personal Information

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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
    Why are you even asking this forum? If you read the post completely, you would know the poster quoted a customer comment with quotations and even supplied the link. Go ask Ellen. Or better yet, since you're talking like you're a Canadian Tire owner, why don't you make a friendly call to them and post your findings here.

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    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!
    Why are you even attacking Target who's not even here yet? Are you really that afraid of them?

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    [17] It further follows that the Calgary store contravened section 7(2),
    since an organization cannot require someone to consent to collection of
    personal information that is not necessary.

    [10] Section 7(2) of PIPA is also relevant to this case. It provides as
    follows:
    An organization shall not, as a condition of supplying a product or
    service, require an individual to consent to the collection, use or
    disclosure of personal information about an individual beyond what
    is necessary to provide the product or service.

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    Re: Collecting ID and Personal Information

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    [17] It further follows that the Calgary store contravened section 7(2),
    since an organization cannot require someone to consent to collection of
    personal information that is not necessary.

    [10] Section 7(2) of PIPA is also relevant to this case. It provides as
    follows:
    An organization shall not, as a condition of supplying a product or
    service, require an individual to consent to the collection, use or
    disclosure of personal information about an individual beyond what
    is necessary to provide the product or service.
    It is necessary for returns as indicated on the return policy to prevent fraud. Many stores have a similar policy. Photo ID may be required to verify. Standard at most retailers.

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    It is necessary for returns as indicated on the return policy to prevent fraud. Many stores have a similar policy. Photo ID may be required to verify. Standard at most retailers.
    The law trumps your store policy. And to be clear, you do more than just look at the ID. Which is what got you in trouble in the first place.

    Don't worry. I won't be shopping at your stores any time soon.

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    It is necessary for returns as indicated on the return policy to prevent fraud. Many stores have a similar policy. Photo ID may be required to verify. Standard at most retailers.
    "Most"?

    Do you mean "more than 90%"?

    More than 75%?

    50%"?

    You've obviously done a thorough assessment of all the retailers who operate in Canada, before daring to make such a claim.

    So, please provide your list of retailers who do and who don't require photo ID.

    While you're at it, be sure to include retailers who, like Crappy Tire, have been found guilty of recording information that is in violation of the province in which they conduct business.

    Thanks you!

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    In my opinion, I think a policy like that, and their poor attitude in requiring private customer information would discourage returns and go to profits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    The law trumps your store policy. And to be clear, you do more than just look at the ID. Which is what got you in trouble in the first place.

    Don't worry. I won't be shopping at your stores any time soon.
    Actually the law says that you can collect personal information for certain purposes. The investigator for the Calgary store OOPS concluded that it is reasonable taht for the prevention of returns fraud, name address and phone number, and viewing ID to verify said information is absolutely reasonable! Stated in the document. So yes law trumps policy, but the law has spoken and said the practice is reasonable for its purpose. JUST TO BE CLEAR ahaha

    Secondly, it was not me, or anyone on here that got in trouble. Or all stores, or the Corporation. It was a single store that got in trouble, 3 or 4 years ago. Your blanket statements are tiresome. Just because one, doesn't mean all.

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    ... it was not ... anyone on here that got in trouble.
    Really? You are 100% certain about that?

    You absolutely, positively know who it was who "got in trouble", do you?

    And you absolutely, with 100% certainly know for sure that not even ONE of those people are "on here"?

    What do you do - monitor the internet usage of every single on of them, 24/7?

    At their homes, businesses, iPads, and internet cafe visits?

    Are you really saying that you do all that?

    Are you sure you aren't just exaggerating just a tiny little bit?

    Huh?

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