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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    It's always amazing how much The Moaners jabber on, about things nobody cares about.

    They'll talk about almost anything except the flag-ship "Red Triangle of Crap" stores, which are the focus of so much consumer dissatisfaction.

    What I do find interesting, though, is just how much the RTC stores are under-performing, compared to all the other units - quite shocking, actually.

    I look forward to the day when the name "Canadian Tire" is just something we see on some obscure gas stations signs, and on some credit cards.

    Stick with what works - and it ain't the Red Triangle of Crap, as many Canadians are discovering - just look at their Facebook page, and all the people joining the boycott!
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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Check out the stores that Crappy Tire hasn't yet gotten around to fully crappifying, yet:

    - FGL Sports - up 7.2%
    - Mark's - up 6.5%


    But the store The Moaner wants us to hate less?

    - CTR, up 2%

    Gotta love it!

    (And it would be interesting to see what similar general retailers did in the same quarter. Could be that CTR is just riding the low end of a general wave of consumerism.)



    But the most interesting thing of all: that The Moaner is once again stooping to cheap insults aimed at ordinary Canadian Consumers, as some kind of sad ego boost. Pathetic!
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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Underperforming by what measurement? LOL
    a facebook page?

    I suppose sales and profit growth is considered underperforming in your world.
    Growing dissatisfied customers do NOT spend more money year over year now do they?

    a wave of consumerism? LOL oh yah, the economy is just humming along. Retailers like Sears and Rona are flying. LOL
    Do you have any idea what you're speaking about?




    Remember, we bought an insolvent company. LOL Didn't think you'd have an answer to that brilliant analysis


    Have a superior day

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    hey owner only takes one.....

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Do I have to keep telling The Moaner what's wrong with his defective Brand?

    For starters, underperforming compared to the other banners. Might be worth it to politely ask them for other secrets - just an idea.

    Besides, the recent quarter is only 'up' because other quarters sucked so badly!

    LMAO!

    (Oh, and we are still waiting for the 'easily obtained' warranty information about every battery retailer in Canada. And also this 'new way' consumers can get refunds. You being such an expert and all, it shouldn't have taken so many, many moths for you to finally provide it! Thanks in advance!)

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    LOL Another super analysis by the H8R
    Oh, before I forget: this was a typical misrepresentation by The Moaner: the quoted post was in no way an "analysis".

    Not much different from the common misrepresentations you'll see in the stores, of defective goods being represented as being of 'merchantable quality' and having performance characteristics and benefits, when many of the defective goods only partially work, or do not even work at all.

    Sadly, it appears that a shocking number of Canadians haven't yet woken up to the fact that they'd be better off taking their business elsewhere.

    But check out the long lists of complaints on CT's Facebook page, and the ever-growing list of people who've vowed to boycott Crappy Tire and their devious ways.

    Help spread the word about Crappy Tire's crappy products, and horrible policies!
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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Moaner?

    Are you there?

    I see you logged on at 2:08 PM.

    Where is your evidence about every battery sold in Canada? You said it was readily available. So, where is it? Or were you misrepresenting that, too?

    And where are your details about the new way customers can get refunds from Crappy Tire? You said anybody who did any research anywhere would have found it - but nobody has. Or were you misrepresenting that, as well?

    Just how much crap have you been making up & posting on this site???

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Moaner?

    You there?

    I see you logged on again at 5:35 PM.

    Oh - is the Sys Admin still quarantining your posts, in case you misbehave again? Tsk-tsk.

    So, are you gonna show us all your 'evidence' about every battery sold in Canada? Or are you going to admit you lied about it being readily available?

    And are you gonna show us your details about the new way customers can get refunds from Crappy Tire? Or are you going to admit you lied about that, too?

    How about all your other lies? Any confessions coming our way about that?

    Just curious ....

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Oh-oh!

    The Crappy retailers aren't gonna like the Financial Post much for writing THIS:


    ?Consumers win? as Canadian retail market to get even more crowded, experts say | Financial Post

    My favourite quote?

    "Everybody is going to have to be better, and of course the consumer wins."

    But it's sounding like a great future for my fellow Canadian consumers!
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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Interesting insights, over at this thread:

    https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...s-dealers.html

    It might help you get into the mindset of the Dealers - explains why they don't think Customer Service needs improving over there ...
    Last edited by CTH8R; October 27th, 2013 at 08:11 PM.

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