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    Really? Caught collecting more data than supposed to? Got even one example, just one that it's true? No?
    Same as illegal return policy I guess. Perhaps litigator wife can fight that battle for you.....or maybe you are just lying yet again, mr. Zero credibility faker advocate. Tsk, Tsk.
    Becareful what you wish for. What's this below? Not one but two examples where you were caught recording such things as drivers license numbers! So what's that lie again? You say you only record name and address and don't record any other information, because you say the computer system doesn't have the capacity to record any extra information ? Really? Liar liar canadian tire.

    Two examples that says otherwise. What's that? I'll even name the stores involved as it's in the public record. In fact CT was ordered to purge all recorded drivers license information, including drivers license numbers What's that sound I'm hearing? The sweet sound of STFU. How about betting on it before you make any more claims concerning the law, seeing as how you're that well informed.

    ALBERTA
    INFORMATION AND PRIVACY COMMISSIONER
    Report of an Investigation into the Collection and Retention
    of Personal Information


    Rick Arsenault Enterprises Inc., (Canadian Tire Associate Store 419)
    and Ken Rice Retailing Inc., (Canadian Tire Associate Store 428)

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    I thought CT said they weren't doing anything illegal with getting our private information for returns and exchanges. I guess they got in another lie. I'm doing my shopping else where.

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    Becareful what you wish for. What's this below? Not one but two examples where you were caught recording such things as drivers license numbers! So what's that lie again? You say you only record name and address and don't record any other information, because you say the computer system doesn't have the capacity to record any extra information ? Really? Liar liar canadian tire.

    Two examples that says otherwise. What's that? I'll even name the stores involved as it's in the public record. In fact CT was ordered to purge all recorded drivers license information, including drivers license numbers What's that sound I'm hearing? The sweet sound of STFU. How about betting on it before you make any more claims concerning the law, seeing as how you're that well informed.

    ALBERTA
    INFORMATION AND PRIVACY COMMISSIONER
    Report of an Investigation into the Collection and Retention
    of Personal Information


    Rick Arsenault Enterprises Inc., (Canadian Tire Associate Store 419)
    and Ken Rice Retailing Inc., (Canadian Tire Associate Store 428)
    I can hear the excuses already "No we don't do anything illegal but ..."

    Next thing they'll INSIST that information is safe and that no private information ever got out lol.

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    En francais SVP. menteur menteur canadian tire. Qu'est-ce que c'est? Alors STFU

    Canadian Tire face à une poursuite potentielle | Ledjit

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    They can't even get that right lol. Who would feel safe with their private information that no one else has, except the banks and government?

    Here it is again en englais

    Canadian Tire Embroiled in Privacy Rights Scandal | Ledjit

    And there they were going on and on about sony being hacked, and just how much safer their systems were. They make Sony sound kinda smart given that these guys couldn't even dispose of paper that had their customers information on it that everybody can read. Must be a gold mine for identity thieves lol. Customers still feel safe and sound giving over your private information to them for a return or exchange?

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    Faker advocate posts. Don't forget to donate button on top and check out the 600 sucks sites.

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    Faker advocate posts. Don't forget to donate button on top and check out the 600 sucks sites.
    Ha-ha-ha! That's your most clever retort?

    Hilariously lame!

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    I hope you read that report in detail, it covers some very interesting points.

    1) One store of the two mentioned were in fact guilty of recording a drivers license number. - I do not support this practice, clearly a wrong by the store!! Admitted wrong by the dealer you may note.
    2) the second store did not have a drivers license number on file
    3) The investigator agrees, retail council of canada agrees that the collection of name, phone number and address is reasonable and that viewing a Drivers License or studenty ID to verify the information is absolutely reasonable.
    4) The computer returns system was re-designed in December of 2005 to ensure that there was no field of entry for Drivers license numbers or personal information.

    So...yes the store did violate the rules 6 years ago.
    and the most important part of all, as per my recent postings THERE IS NO FIELD OF ENTRY FOR DRIVERS LICENSE NUMBER OR PERSONAL INFORMATION SINCE THE NEW RETURNS SYSTEM HAS BEEN IMPLEMENTED! Yes I'll yell it, because i've said it many times, and now a Government Investigator has concurred that this is the case. Again I thank you for providing links to official documentation that proves my points.

    Is your information safe? You bet it is! Just don't put your credit card number into playstation online gaming... that could cost yoU!

    So you can take your liar liar canadian tire and your stfu - and you can have yourself a great day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I hope you read that report in detail, it covers some very interesting points.

    1) One store of the two mentioned were in fact guilty of recording a drivers license number. - I do not support this practice, clearly a wrong by the store!! Admitted wrong by the dealer you may note.
    2) the second store did not have a drivers license number on file
    3) The investigator agrees, retail council of canada agrees that the collection of name, phone number and address is reasonable and that viewing a Drivers License or studenty ID to verify the information is absolutely reasonable.
    4) The computer returns system was re-designed in December of 2005 to ensure that there was no field of entry for Drivers license numbers or personal information.

    So...yes the store did violate the rules 6 years ago.
    and the most important part of all, as per my recent postings THERE IS NO FIELD OF ENTRY FOR DRIVERS LICENSE NUMBER OR PERSONAL INFORMATION SINCE THE NEW RETURNS SYSTEM HAS BEEN IMPLEMENTED! Yes I'll yell it, because i've said it many times, and now a Government Investigator has concurred that this is the case. Again I thank you for providing links to official documentation that proves my points.

    Is your information safe? You bet it is! Just don't put your credit card number into playstation online gaming... that could cost yoU!

    So you can take your liar liar canadian tire and your stfu - and you can have yourself a great day!
    I know the report, I figured you didn't as you were proven a liar again as you've claimed, over and over again that THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A FIELD OF ENTRY FOR DRIVERS LICENSE NUMBER OR PERSONAL INFORMATION, EVER!!! And you were so sure that NONE existed. Well there you go. Big lie on your part and proven a liar yet again. So now you're telling the public what ? That the private information that was taken from their drivers license was ok and that NOW they can trust you after telling that lie?? Did you read the report fully? Here's a few key areas of the report which you conveniently don't mention AHEM!

    [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.

    Isn't that what, we the consumer advocates have been saying all along??? It just goes to show you CT -Aholè what's written down in the legislation is the law. And that your interpretation is self serving and erodes the intention of consumer protections and IS NOT THE LAW!
    I see that you've also quietly dismissed the other links on the Canadian Tire privacy scandal in Quebec and mentioning the other privacy case in BC! So convenient of you. So yeah have a big cup of STFU liar liar Canadian Tire.

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    They can't even get that right lol. Who would feel safe with their private information that no one else has, except the banks and government?

    Here it is again en englais

    Canadian Tire Embroiled in Privacy Rights Scandal | Ledjit

    And there they were going on and on about sony being hacked, and just how much safer their systems were. They make Sony sound kinda smart given that these guys couldn't even dispose of paper that had their customers information on it that everybody can read. Must be a gold mine for identity thieves lol. Customers still feel safe and sound giving over your private information to them for a return or exchange?
    So who should I sue if my info was used in identity theft and cost me thousands in this case? Anyone, anybody? CT expert, who should you say I sue?

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