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    Re: Owners/Managers Seeking Information and Opinions From Customers

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    Yes, I can't wait until you go to the authorities and tell them that you have been threatened by the truth.

    As I said before, I don't have a grudge against canadian tire. I just don't like your disrespect of customers that I have discovered reading this thread. I am sure the vast majority of CT employees are not as narrow-minded as you. Why would you even say the things about customers that you have said here?

    Canadian Tire does not list the replacement part I need and when I call the manufacturer they say the part is not stocked in the store. I have given you the information about my machine. If you can prove me wrong I am very happy to go buy it at the store.
    As I've already said, hose and nozzle kits are at the store for warranty issues....no cost to the customer. If it's not under warranty, you can buy a hose or nozzle at the store. For any other replacement part, the store will order whatever is needed from our Simonize division or let you know who repairs them in your area if it is beyond the warranty and isn't a simple thing like a wand or hose.
    But I still think your post is faker advocate using one of his many many personalities. Read all the posts, it's actually pretty humorous. And pretty easy to spot.

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    Re: Owners/Managers Seeking Information and Opinions From Customers

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Yes, I can't wait until you go to the authorities and tell them that you have been threatened by the truth.

    As I said before, I don't have a grudge against canadian tire. I just don't like your disrespect of customers that I have discovered reading this thread. I am sure the vast majority of CT employees are not as narrow-minded as you. Why would you even say the things about customers that you have said here?

    Canadian Tire does not list the replacement part I need and when I call the manufacturer they say the part is not stocked in the store. I have given you the information about my machine. If you can prove me wrong I am very happy to go buy it at the store.
    Welcome to CanadianTireSucks.net.

    I see you’ve already met Angry CT Guy.

    Congratulations on figuring out so quickly that Angry CT Guy likes to post a lot of lies here. One of his favourites is to pretend consumers wrote something they didn’t, then say that the consumer lied.

    You just kind of get used to it, I think.

    To make the bigger lies easier to refute, there's a list, here:

    Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?

    About this “Advocate” stuff? That’s just another thing Angry CT Guy likes to foam at the mouth about. Apparently, any web site with a “Donate” button asking for credit card information is a “fake advocate site”, and anyone who posts there is a “faker advocate: “Faker advocates on fake advocate sites would not need my credit card info, would not have a disclaimer to the merchantability of this site and wouldn't be looking for donations.”

    Here’s the original post:

    "Repair Only Warranty" - No Refund, No Exchange

    But this stuff about “600 suck.com” sites? Nobody’s really figured that out yet. Best guess: the more complaints a store has, the more successful it must be. Pretty funny!

    Would it be nice to just ban Angry CT Guy from the site? Sure, but this site is about ‘free speech’. Maybe too free :-)

    So, it’s probably best just to ignore this …. person. They just refuse to be rational.

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    Sorry? Who's posting now? Is it DavidLer, Gizzard1959, CTH8er, an American first time poster?

    Just too hard to determine who faker advocate will be, but the good news is, it is so easy to spot his fake posts, answers to himself, and opinions passed off as knowledge.

    Sad really, but he gets called on it each and every day

    Tsk,Tsk faker advocate

    Don't forget to donate...pick any of the 600 sucks.com sites

    Why, oh why, are there sooooo many sucks.com sites....lol

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    I'll see if I can wipe enough mouth-foam off this post, to dig out Angry CT Guy's requests for info or opinions ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Sorry?
    About what? You'll need to calm down and use your 'big boy voice'.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Who's posting now?
    Someone who, like you, prefers to simply go by "Unregistered".

    That was an easy one to answer!

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    Is it DavidLer, Gizzard1959, CTH8er, an American first time poster?
    We can never be 100% sure, but I know it's not me (I guess that's just my "opinion"?). And to anyone who's not deluded, it's clearly the American.

    (And any genuine store owner or manager would be wise to listen to what he has to say.)

    Besides, nobody would need to fake a post like his. The thread Simoniz Scam is the most popular non-admin thread on this site. There are lots of stories just like the American's, on this site, Red Flag Deals, Complaints Board, and so on.

    So, that was another easy one to answer!

    How about a harder question? Maybe something about the Sale of Goods Act?

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    Don't forget to donate
    OK, I won't! Thanks!

    Don't forget to drive up the "Views" with more posts!

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    Re: Owners/Managers Seeking Information and Opinions From Customers

    Oops! Missed one!

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Why, oh why, are there sooooo many sucks.com sites...
    Well, there are a lot of people who don't like poor service, products, sales practices, return policies, and so on.

    These people are willing to put their own time and money into creating a place where consumers will have a voice in these matters, and to help share information about which businesses are bad, and what's so bad about them, what scams to watch out for, etc.

    Also, from the links I've seen you post, the vast majority have been for U.S. companies, with complaints from U.S. consumers. Since their market is about 10 times the size of Canada's, that would explain why there are so many U.S.-based complaints sites, including the "sucks" variety.

    It's worth noting that somehow Canadian Tire has managed to do such a bad job, that there are quite a few complaints on the U.S. sites, like ComplaintsBoard and PissedConsumer.

    You're welcome!

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    Re: Owners/Managers Seeking Information and Opinions From Customers

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    As I've already said, hose and nozzle kits are at the store for warranty issues....no cost to the customer. If it's not under warranty, you can buy a hose or nozzle at the store. For any other replacement part, the store will order whatever is needed from our Simonize division or let you know who repairs them in your area if it is beyond the warranty and isn't a simple thing like a wand or hose.
    But I still think your post is faker advocate using one of his many many personalities. Read all the posts, it's actually pretty humorous. And pretty easy to spot.
    My machine is out of warranty and if the stores have the wand, then it is old stock. I looked on the web site and did see replacement guns/wands, but they look a little different. So then I called Simoniz and they told me I needed to buy it from them at this point. The rep knew that the wand was no longer shipped to the store I assume.

    Yes, I am an American living in Nova Scotia, soon to move back. When I first got here I thought "wow" this is a great guy's store. Then I heard people call it "crappy tire." I think that mixed feelings about CT is common. People in NS are a bit cheap and like everyone, want a bargain. But you hate the feeling of being ripped off by overpriced junk.

    I think CT has made a mistake with it's deep discount sale strategy where you really have to wait for an item to be on sale or otherwise you will have overpaid. This, along with questionable product quality for many items means your value proposition is unclear.

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    The Crappy People are looking for volunteers to do their research for them again:

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    Can you provide the link to even one retailer that has a no questions asked policy on inflatable kayaks?
    Any takers?

    (I assume they are looking for someone whose policy sucks almost as much as their own. Good luck with that!)

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    The Crappy People want consumers to do some more research for them:

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    ... please provide the report of Top 20 Canadian Retailers that apparently we are not on. i wish to know who created the report, which retailers ARE on the list, what is the report measuring, how frequently and when was it last released.
    Any takers?

    Maybe they will give you one of their defective pressure washers as a reward! They've already decide to send it to the landfill, rather than repair it :-)

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    The Crappy People want consumers to do some more research for them:



    Any takers?

    Maybe they will give you one of their defective pressure washers as a reward! They've already decide to send it to the landfill, rather than repair it :-)
    it took about 1.5 minutes to find this 2011 deloitte report.

    in the list of top global retailers, crappy tire is #127.

    that's behind loblaws (40), alimentation couch-tard (48), empire company (58), metro (87) and shopper's drug mart (99).

    they can keep their piece of crap pressure washer though - even if it was working that wouldn't be true for long.

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    Re: Owners/Managers Seeking Information and Opinions From Customers

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    The Crappy People want consumers to do some more research for them:



    Any takers?

    Maybe they will give you one of their defective pressure washers as a reward! They've already decide to send it to the landfill, rather than repair it :-)
    Actually no, we've decided to repair it, and give it back to you...that's what you agreed to when you made the purchase, and it's legal. Sorry about your luck.

    What i'm actually asking is for you to do your own homework. You're the one claiming that we are recording information that we can't record....i say you're wrong. I know you're wrong. My research is easy, I walk a few hundred feet to the front of the store, hit the green button for returns system and low and behold, the menu comes up! I've told you the answer, you just (as usual) refuse to believe ANYTHING. So go see it with your own two eyes.

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