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  1. #191

    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sangria5 View Post
    Ouch on that Ellen Roseman piece about Walmart returns in the Toronto Sun.

    Ouch on that CBC Marketplace piece from the 24th. Ct8her and Galenger won't like people's comments.

    Ouch on the free credit reporting for a year from Target for a million Canadians.

    Same ole, Same ole. Look at everyone, and everyone is not perfect. What a surprise.
    I. LOVE. This. POST!!!!!!


    Ok, Ok. I know it's in the wrong thread.

    And I know it's only January, so maybe too early to vote for the 2014 winners.

    But I hereby nominate this for "Best Fail In a Troll Post"!!


    First of all, it completely fails in its Trolling intent, because nobody is going to buy into it, and its too vague to be provocative.

    And it riddled with factual errors, like the paper Ellen writes for, and the number of Canadians affected by the hack on AMERICAN stores, that affected maybe a few THOUSAND Canadian who shopped at an AMERICAN outlet. Oh, and about the posts on the CBC page? Only a couple of Canadians say they want worse return policies (most likely retailers), and the vast majority said they want decent return policies. Hilarious!

    But the best part?

    The stories the S-Angry-Troll references ALL highlight just how much worse Canadian Tire's policies are, compared to all the other big retailers!

    Like that guy who felt short-changed when Walmart didn't live up to their return policy? The 'poor' treatment he got from Walmart was STILL BETTER than the BEST of what Crappy Tire's policy provides!

    Yeah, it brightens my day, when the S-Angry-Troll shows just how bad his own beloved store really is.

    "Ouch" is right, LMAO!

    'And the loser is ..... Crappy Tire!'

    <Cue music>
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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    If the CTers are finally ready to admit that, just maybe, a consumer's affairs columnist and author might have some valid points, then maybe there is hope that up they can turn themselves around before the coming competition completely swamps them.

    But I suspect they will drag out Ellen when she's challenging other corporations, and resume their attempt to discredit her when it suits their purpose.

  3. #193

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    but we arent fooled are we.....

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    actually if we follow sangria's logic once again,with from what you are saying the vast majority of canadians calling for better return policies,the logic of 'majority rules' surely has to apply here.majority want decent return policy.how about canadian tire finally accede to the popular demands?

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    If SAngriaTroll really thought most Canadians wanted restricted return policies, they'd be busy changing the signs from "Easy Returns" (which surely must be driving away customers), and instead put "Difficult Returns".

    Then, of course, "the majority" of consumers would quickly abandon all those terrible stores with lenient policies, and flock in droves to Crappy Tire, where they can 'enjoy' Difficult Returns!

    LMAO!

  6. #196

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    yes it WAS sangria who said 'majority rules'.well in the light of the comments from the show i would like to hear him defend CT on this one,whose policies clearly fly in the face of what the MAJORITY want.checkmate bozo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1wildhorse View Post
    yes it WAS sangria who said 'majority rules'.well in the light of the comments from the show i would like to hear him defend CT on this one,whose policies clearly fly in the face of what the MAJORITY want.checkmate bozo.
    Clearly you didn't read the commentary from the vast majority of people that just don't think like you. The VAST majority thinks that people like you cost us all more money with your "attitude". There are a few that think they are entitled to a no questions asked return policy, but AGAIN, the vast majority quickly shut them down with their own comments. Continue to spew your crap, under whichever name you choose to post under on this blog, but after reading HUNDREDS of commentary in 1 day on 1 article, it's pretty clear you don't have the support of the MAJORITY......LOL.

  8. #198

    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    I read a great number of consumer comments, as well as the survey results, on the CBC site. They say nothing like what The S-Angry-Troll claims.

    To free up some space on these threads that are getting Spammed, I've created this new thread, where we can all enjoy mocking the S-Angry-Troll and their absurd misrepresentations:

    Enjoy!

    https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...e-options.html

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    um my case in particular was a generator that was faulty from the start,and even after having it repaired (and it lasted about 10 days after) refused me even an exchange.what no questions asked return are you talking about?clearly you havent read my previous postings regarding this whole matter.my stance is plain and simple.if an item is faulty there should be no question.we should be entitled to get our money back.if a product doesnt do what its supposed to i.e.snow blower doesnt,battery powered skil saws only last 5 minutes on full charge etc. then again i believe that we should be entitled to a refund.no hidden agenda here.but for some reason you continue to fly in the face of popular demand i.e. the consumer polls highlighted by CT(we are not one and the same,i believe he is in ontario whereas im in BC-unless i have an extremely wide ass and very long legs and can be seen from space its not likely) suggest that the MAJORITY of consumers want fair and non draconian return policies the like of which are employed by the other major retailers i.e. CUSTOMER SATISFACTION which clearly canadian tire just hasnt a clue about.if you dont work for them or arent a manager or something,im a little baffled how you can keep on defending them or attempting to by spouting pure nonsense time and time again.

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1wildhorse View Post
    um my case in particular was a generator that was faulty from the start,and even after having it repaired (and it lasted about 10 days after) refused me even an exchange.what no questions asked return are you talking about?clearly you havent read my previous postings regarding this whole matter.my stance is plain and simple.if an item is faulty there should be no question.we should be entitled to get our money back.if a product doesnt do what its supposed to i.e.snow blower doesnt,battery powered skil saws only last 5 minutes on full charge etc. then again i believe that we should be entitled to a refund.no hidden agenda here.but for some reason you continue to fly in the face of popular demand i.e. the consumer polls highlighted by CT(we are not one and the same,i believe he is in ontario whereas im in BC-unless i have an extremely wide ass and very long legs and can be seen from space its not likely) suggest that the MAJORITY of consumers want fair and non draconian return policies the like of which are employed by the other major retailers i.e. CUSTOMER SATISFACTION which clearly canadian tire just hasnt a clue about.if you dont work for them or arent a manager or something,im a little baffled how you can keep on defending them or attempting to by spouting pure nonsense time and time again.
    You absolutely should have got a refund or an exchange. That's a no brainer, as long as your story is true. After all this is the Internet and I have no idea how credible you are. My point to the CBC article is that hundreds of people don't like paying for the dishonest, "try me out" and return it customer. CT8her, aka Galenger want a no questions asked return policy. No trying to prevent fraud, the customer is always right attitude. The VAST majority disagree. I am in Ontario, not that it matters. I'm not defending anyone, just simply pointing out the obvious holes in a "couple" of peoples views. I use a "couple" loosely because the 3 posters here sound like the same person.

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