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    LMAO...tax evasion by a dealer....not that I'm supportive, but why exactly was that fraud against a customer? I believe that CTC punted this dealer for the illegality to boot.

    Then there's the wrongful death of an employee 15 years ago! Not much fraud in that.

    And illegal advertising only 21 years ago....LOL

    Yes you're math is just fine, actually it's stupendous.....LMAO!!!

    Faker advocates, hahaha....thanks for the laugh.

    Well it figures as you were making light of the Privacy Commissioner findings due to a lack of fines and "criminal investigations". So now you have plenty of fines and investigations Plenty of examples of CT purposely screwing up all around.

    And to your question "how is that fraud against a customer?" You've ignored the 100K fine for misleading advertising. Thank goodness people can read for themselves and not have to rely on your interpretations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Well it figures as you were making light of the Privacy Commissioner findings due to a lack of fines and "criminal investigations". So now you have plenty of fines and investigations Plenty of examples of CT purposely screwing up all around.

    And to your question "how is that fraud against a customer?" You've ignored the 100K fine for misleading advertising. Thank goodness people can read for themselves and not have to rely on your interpretations.
    Yep, lol, absolutely right....too bad you're 15 years too late. Fakers, so easily crushed.

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    Whoops, my bad, 21 years...even more relevant....LOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    You've called me plenty of names in the book. Just a humble 9 to 5 er , minimum wage working for the man, mental health, vitamin popping, legal advocate litigator, pro-feminist, non-sewing, -non cleaning for anyone else, union loving NDP, consumer advocate.

    I don't like getting ripped off or seeing people waste their hard earned money.
    I guess you'll just have to stop being a wacko!

    Maybe a donation above would make you feel better.

    With all the sucks.com sites out there, you would think that not a single business would mke it....but89years. damn that math.

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    I guess you'll just have to stop being a wacko!

    Maybe a donation above would make you feel better.

    With all the sucks.com sites out there, you would think that not a single business would mke it....but89years. damn that math.
    If Angry CT Guy was more coherent, we wouldn't need a special thread, just to try to diagnose him:

    https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...used-site.html

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    LMAO...tax evasion by a dealer....not that I'm supportive, but why exactly was that fraud against a customer? .LMAO!!!

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    Sheeesh. Do you really even have to ask?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    LMAO...tax evasion by a dealer....not that I'm supportive, but why exactly was that fraud against a customer? I believe that CTC punted this dealer for the illegality to boot.

    Then there's the wrongful death of an employee 15 years ago! Not much fraud in that.

    And illegal advertising only 21 years ago....LOL

    Yes you're math is just fine, actually it's stupendous.....LMAO!!!

    Faker advocates, hahaha....thanks for the laugh.
    What's that? So much proof out there than you can shake a stick at? Do you even have to ask how fraud hurts a customer? Just more confirmation that you suck?

    How's that expansion in the US going? How many dealers lost their shirts? Anyone on the rich list, even on Canada's small one? No? Does it explain a few things though? What's that? A little louder please?

    Then have a big steaming can of STFU and have some extra for those toadies stuck up your @ss.

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    I guess you'll just have to stop being a wacko!

    Maybe a donation above would make you feel better.

    With all the sucks.com sites out there, you would think that not a single business would mke it....but89years. damn that math.

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    Re: Collecting ID and Personal Information

    Interesting that Crappy Tire is collecting personal information again, this time if you enter a contest. There is, of course, some backlash:



    Bill S.: once your date of birth is out there, how long until other sensitive information is matched up to it and your problems begin. Asking for date of birth is unacceptable, and just because others have been doing it, doesn't make it right , only more dangerous for those who have been releasing their date of birth.

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    More on that contest:


    Bryan F.: Agree with Bill, you should NEVER give DOB on the internet;

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