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    This coming from CT when they were caught reusing printed paper with social insurance numbers on it and other highly sensitive information for customer receipts in Quebec. What's that, yeah they were giving away social insurance numbers lol. And CT has the nerve to mock Sony!!! All of this on CT's own! What's this about bringing a knife to a gun fight? Don't need a knife or gun or even show up at all to CT "gun fights" because they always miss, and always shoot each other in the foot.

    Privacy violations from Western Canada to Eastern Canada. Should I find more articles for you hot shot?
    What's that? What's that I hear? You drinking a big glass of STFU, then STFU because you don't know what you're talking about most of the time. Go back to the returns desk and start denying those returns. After all it does go towards your profit!
    That's pretty damning for CT. They are strangely silent on the topic though. Makes me wonder if this was standard practise?

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    If those CT jerks start asking for ID during returns when you have a reciept, and you don't want to give your ID ...

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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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    You guys continue to be ridiculous on most fronts.

    Nobody said women are subservient LOL In fact my number one two and three in this store are all women, as are my office manager and accountant. The comment was WITHOUT RETAIL, your wife would be sewing clothes and you would be growing food. Why? Because there would be nowhere to buy stuff.

    Breaking rules of privacy from the west coast to the east coast? okay offer up some more proof. I'm all for checking that out. You have one example of a violation, by one store, and a scrap paper gaff from another. In your mind that really constitutes coast to coast? lol 6 years ago, and yes there is an entirely new returns system in play since then.

    As far as the investigation that uncovered no license information in one of the two stores investigated...i can ensure you it wasn't cleaned before the investigator showed up. Investigators don't call ahead to announce their arrival LOL They show up and begin.

    While you're at it, here's the very first link that popped up with a search
    Canadian Policy Brief > Staples Audit Reveals Privacy Violations
    Not one example, not two...149 errors at 17 stores. THIS YEAR. Now that's coast to coast.

    and a few other ridiculous items to cover
    millionaires? yes...covered and proven, thank you.
    denying legit returns? Lets look at it this way. You've done a good job, really, a proving what happens when you violate provincial policy as shown with the ID investigation. You get a violation or a complaint, you get an in depth investigation. so why is it that there is no illegal returns investigations?

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    whatever. like I'm going to take your word for it lol. Hilarious. You're a millionaire right? LOL. I'm not the one in retail ripping people off and violating customers privacy. Deny all returns because it goes towards profit. Hurry, Martha needs to be on the rich list lol.
    Nice rational thoughts. Faker advocates just love to rant....it makes them feel important. That way they don't have to accomplish any REAL work. Keep living in the fantasy world of your relevance. How's it going with that call to the BBB to correct their misquoted article on returns? Any luck there yet?

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    Nice rational thoughts. Faker advocates just love to rant....it makes them feel important. That way they don't have to accomplish any REAL work. Keep living in the fantasy world of your relevance. How's it going with that call to the BBB to correct their misquoted article on returns? Any luck there yet?

    Don't forget to donate.....button at top....and the best part is we take PayPal in US dollars!
    CT lied about not breaking any privacy laws ? Who was proven to be a liar...oh that was you again CT dealer. Who was so stupid to give out peoples SIN numbers on customer receipts? Oh you again. Now have a tall glass of STFU. What's that? You want some more? You want some more of where that came from?

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    Nice rational thoughts. Faker advocates just love to rant....it makes them feel important. That way they don't have to accomplish any REAL work. Keep living in the fantasy world of your relevance. How's it going with that call to the BBB to correct their misquoted article on returns? Any luck there yet?

    Don't forget to donate.....button at top....and the best part is we take PayPal in US dollars!
    Don't forget to deny those rightful returns. After all it goes towards your profits!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Nice rational thoughts. Faker advocates just love to rant....it makes them feel important. That way they don't have to accomplish any REAL work. Keep living in the fantasy world of your relevance. How's it going with that call to the BBB to correct their misquoted article on returns? Any luck there yet?

    Don't forget to donate.....button at top....and the best part is we take PayPal in US dollars!
    Don't forget to deny those rightful returns. After all, it goes towards your profits!

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    CT lied about not breaking any privacy laws ? Who was proven to be a liar...oh that was you again CT dealer. Who was so stupid to give out peoples SIN numbers on customer receipts? Oh you again. Now have a tall glass of STFU. What's that? You want some more? You want some more of where that came from?
    Gotta luv the rantings of a lunatic. Lots of wackos out there. Must be a late night booze fest.

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    Nice rational thoughts. Faker advocates just love to rant....it makes them feel important. That way they don't have to accomplish any REAL work. Keep living in the fantasy world of your relevance. How's it going with that call to the BBB to correct their misquoted article on returns? Any luck there yet?

    Don't forget to donate.....button at top....and the best part is we take PayPal in US dollars!
    What's this about rational thoughts? You wanted proof because you were so sure it didn't exist at all. Then 3 examples appeared. Oh you don't like those rational thoughts so you deny it's existence and ignore them. Awww, poor CT lacky is now sulking. What's that? You want to see more rational thought? I'm just scratching the surface here.

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    What's this about rational thoughts? You wanted proof because you were so sure it didn't exist at all. Then 3 examples appeared. Oh you don't like those rational thoughts so you deny it's existence and ignore them. Awww, poor CT lacky is now sulking. What's that? You want to see more rational thought? I'm just scratching the surface here.
    The full idiocy of it all shows up when you open your mouth! Situations that happen in one or two stores every couple of years do not make history for a company. Billions of dollars, millions of customers and over 50,000 employees strong. There will be upset customers sometimes. There will be poor management decisions sometimes. there will be defective products sometimes. There will be unhappy or rude employees sometimes. If it was all the time, most of the time or even a lot of the time, we'd be out of business. Too bad for you, we're not, and we won't be.

    So your STFU means ummmm zero.

    You want to talk about ignoring things, how about a comment on the Staples investigation? Play ball, you're up jackass

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