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    Re: Collecting ID and Personal Information

    The "return policy" thread has many reports of Crappy Tire stores recording (not just 'confirming') personal information.

    Despite repeated requests, no evidence has been presented to verify that this information is NOT being recorded, either on paper of using computers.

    If the Crappy People are willing hand out copies of their own employees' SIN information, consumers should be very wary of giving these stores any information that has been deemed unnecessary by the relevant agencies.

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    Re: Collecting ID and Personal Information

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    The "return policy" thread has many reports of Crappy Tire stores recording (not just 'confirming') personal information.

    Despite repeated requests, no evidence has been presented to verify that this information is NOT being recorded, either on paper of using computers.

    If the Crappy People are willing hand out copies of their own employees' SIN information, consumers should be very wary of giving these stores any information that has been deemed unnecessary by the relevant agencies.

    So really what you're saying is that the Government Investigator, either lied in her report about a December same year follow up to the returns system redesign, or she didn't follow up and do her job as outlined in an official report?

    Now where's the top litigator wife of yours. Surely she'd like to tackle such a matter. Two birds, she can go after Canadian Tire and the Government all in one go. Impressive

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    So really what you're saying is that the Government Investigator, either lied in her report about a December same year follow up to the returns system redesign, or she didn't follow up and do her job as outlined in an official report?
    Read the report. You'll see there's no reason to claim that anybody lied.

    There is no indication that any of the 'recommendations' were acted upon, or followed up on.

    Nice try, though.

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    Typical of EXACTLY how you behave on here. Immature, one sided and ignorant.

    nobody made a sexist comment! You just turned it into a sexist comment. Share it with all the women you like, that should account for atleast 3 people. Just be sure to have them read the AcTUAL comment, not your version of it. You know the one where you insult all retailers, and then insult women in retail. Yes that's the one.

    Now go trotting across the street to Walmart and get your household goods. Keep supporting United States companies, you're a real homegrown hero.

    I park at Canadian Tire where's it's empty most of the time and walk across the parking lot to Walmart. It's always busy there, and never enough parking. Did you even see the specials on tools!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Typical of EXACTLY how you behave on here. Immature, one sided and ignorant.

    nobody made a sexist comment! You just turned it into a sexist comment. Share it with all the women you like, that should account for atleast 3 people. Just be sure to have them read the AcTUAL comment, not your version of it. You know the one where you insult all retailers, and then insult women in retail. Yes that's the one.

    Now go trotting across the street to Walmart and get your household goods. Keep supporting United States companies, you're a real homegrown hero.
    Oh you mean these comments quoted from you directly

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    sewing your clothes from bulk fabric!!!"
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    your wife would be sewing clothes
    Oh now you're crying because I'm doing my shopping at Walmart. That's right. Walmart because you're nothing but a sexist ignorant SOB who's one-sided policies actually hurt me, the customer. Didn't your CEO just say that 20% of your customers are responsible for 80% of your sales? And if conventional business metrics still apply aren't women responsible for most of those purchases?

    You think I'm going to support a business with crappy customer service just because you're Canadian? Gimme an Efing break. Call me what you want I'll shop where I'm appreciated. By the way, Walmart also hires locally and supports local charities as well. Let's see my sons need new hockey equipment...I'll place an order for the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I park at Canadian Tire where's it's empty most of the time and walk across the parking lot to Walmart. It's always busy there, and never enough parking. Did you even see the specials on tools!
    LOL. I do the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Here's a likely scenario. If we were to provide any proof, i GUARANTEE one of you haters would come back and say we doctored the screen shot or were lying. You'd NEVER accept that you were wrong. So here's your own test. stroll into Canadian Tire. Go purchase something for 10 bucks. Go grab a coffee at Tim Hortons, come back 20 minutes later and return it. As they are asking for your information, ask them to turn the screen so you can see for yourself.

    I already know the answer. Find it out for yourself


    PS - back to the OP of this thread, receipts are absolutely required to return an item if the retailer chooses so. As discussed and proven previously, returns are not mandated, they are a luxury that most retailers provide. As such, they may set their own rules around those returns as long as they honour warranty terms for defective items. Returns for unused items with documentation is 100% up to the discretion of the retailer. Most have a 90 day policy. They are bound by this policy because they post it.
    Oh you mean what happened to the couple at store #168 wasn't supposed to happen? Even though the store was bound by the policy as you say, the store didn't honor it and didn't refund the money for the item?!!??! So much for your 90 day policy! LOL. Hilarious.

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    Re: Collecting ID and Personal Information

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Here's a likely scenario. If we were to provide any proof, i GUARANTEE one of you haters would come back and say we doctored the screen shot or were lying.
    sure there millionaire wannabe. Just like you lied when you said you've never ever violated the privacy act. I wonder how many hr personnel forms are floating around as reciepts? And you say customer information is safe?c LOL. Hilarious.

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    I love it when faker advocates think they have a bone, when in reality, they continue to prove, well, their fakerness.
    Haven't seen any major news casts on CTC's privacy....but their have been some doosies for lots of other major institutions....ie. CIBC, Winners, Sony, the US government, and so on.
    Then there is the little piece about faker advocates ignoring the over 600 sucks.com sites, pissed consumer, hissing kitty, complaints boards.....one would think that there isn't a single business doing ANYTHING right....but they all continue to exist and make money.
    But my all time favorite is the lack of any REAL action....no calls to lawyers (including litigator wife, apparently), no Ellen Roseman call, nothing to the BBB, nothing to the ministry of consumer affairs, nothing to ANY legitimate person that would support their claims.
    Yep, fakers all the way.

    Don't forget to donate on this fine e-commerce site! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Consumers can reasonably conclude that Crappy Tire is operating dishonestly, is taking advantage of naive consumers, systematically break the laws, insulting consumer in general (and women in particular), and providing generally poor service.

    In such cases, these consumers should feel no obligation to support that these greedy and arrogant retailers, simply because they have the word "Canadian" in their store name.

    The onus is on the Crapp Retailer to clean up their act, and not on consumers to sacrifice themselves in order to keep them viable.
    Systematically? Really? Does faker advocate even know what constitutes systemic? I think not. Clearly some reliable and relevant advocate, agency, or legal professional would have jumped all over that. I haven't seen even ONE legitimate source say such a ridiculous claim. Was it this over exaggeration that got you banned from a CT store? Or was it one of your booze filled anger management issues? Just curious.

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