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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

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    Makes one wonder what type of return policies Target will have for Canadians.

    Will they refuse refunds for items that are not in the original, unsealed packaging? Probably not.

    Will they refuse refunds for defective items? Not likely.

    Yes, Crappy Tire would be wise to re-think their restrictive policies if they want to hold onto their lucrative small appliance and household cleaning categories.
    OMG they're selling appliances!!! I definitely will stay away far away from them on that front too. They can't change the oil without screwing up. I can imagine having one of their guys installing a washer and then flooding my house. And from the CTV W5 link ( Thanks by the way, I didn't know that) I doubt the corporate office will even take responsibility.

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    I still see that none of you faker advocates have responded to my link on the wealth of the dealers or the share owner ship of M.Billes. Why is that? When faced with FACTs all you do is run. You lose loser.

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    OMG they're selling appliances!!! I definitely will stay away far away from them on that front too.
    Try to guess what the so-called "return policy" is on these expensive items.

    "No returns".

    Yes, I'm sure you'll do well going head-to-head with competitors who will actually stand behind what they sell.

    Nice job, Crappy Tire.

    Nice job!

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    Faker advocates don't like facts. Facts expose them for the social losers they are. Their egos can't handle more rejection. My guess is they actually feel important being able to post lies and opinions on this site. They could never do it in a social setting due to the ridicule and challenge they would receive, plus stamping your feet when you don't get your way is expected of children, but not adults.
    Yes, faker advocate needs sites like these. Sure hope he donates daily.

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    I was going to get brand new washer and dryer set for the best "price" but now I'm looking at customer reviews too. CT and another competitor are out.

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Try to guess what the so-called "return policy" is on these expensive items.

    "No returns".

    Yes, I'm sure you'll do well going head-to-head with competitors who will actually stand behind what they sell.

    Nice job, Crappy Tire.

    Nice job!
    Yes, let's investigate the competitors shall we

    Home Depot Canada
    http://www.homedepot.ca/wcsstore/Hom...E_DELIVERY.pdf

    problem with that stove you bought? nO problem, call the manufacturer LOL once you've accepted delivery, it's a warranty issue after 48 hours! writtten in black and white. STRIKE ONE


    don't mind me, while i clear a spot in the burial ground next to CT Millionaires, Martha Billes' wealth, "illegal" repair warranty.....

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    So, Home Depot might be about as crappy as Crappy Tire for defective appliances (if we believe what the Crappy People wrote).

    Big deal - we all know Home Depot is far superior for all other merchandise, especially outdoor power equipment. It's old news that for general merchandise, Crappy Tire has the worst policy among major Canadian retailers.

    But this thread is about the "Coming Competition". Crappy Tire is going to be competing on things like home appliances, houseware, and cleaning products. The Crappy Policies aren't going to look very good up against Target.

    How will Crappy Tire survive? Adapt or perish.

    Based on the obnoxious and self-satisfied posts of the Crappy People here, I'm expecting they will continue to adapt poorly.

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

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    Yes, let's investigate the competitors shall we

    Home Depot Canada
    http://www.homedepot.ca/wcsstore/Hom...E_DELIVERY.pdf

    problem with that stove you bought? nO problem, call the manufacturer LOL.
    The HD policy at the link provided says consumers have 48 hours to get a refund for a defective appliance.

    That might seem short to some consumers, who are used to at least 30 days.

    But how much time does Crappy Tire give their customers to return a defective appliance?

    Zero days!

    Nada. Zip. Zilch. Not one friggin' minute!

    So, the Home Depot policy is, literally speaking, infinitely better than the Crappy Tire policy. Good to know!

    Thanks for providing that info, Angry CT Person!

    Oh, and by the way? I have it on good authority that “against the law is illegal”.

    So any law requiring a retailer to give refunds for goods that are not of “merchantable quality” would count as “illegal”. Something like the Sale of Goods Act, or the Consumer Protection Act, for example.

    Yeah, I'm sure you'll do fine against the new competition.

    After all, the people who choose you only for your low prices are sure to stick with you, even when they can get it at next door for even less, and with a better return policy!

    Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

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    So, Home Depot might be about as crappy as Crappy Tire for defective appliances (if we believe what the Crappy People wrote).

    Big deal - we all know Home Depot is far superior for all other merchandise, especially outdoor power equipment. It's old news that for general merchandise, Crappy Tire has the worst policy among major Canadian retailers.

    But this thread is about the "Coming Competition". Crappy Tire is going to be competing on things like home appliances, houseware, and cleaning products. The Crappy Policies aren't going to look very good up against Target.

    How will Crappy Tire survive? Adapt or perish.

    Based on the obnoxious and self-satisfied posts of the Crappy People here, I'm expecting they will continue to adapt poorly.
    lmao
    If it wasn't a big deal how we stack up against another competitor in this area, why was it brought up by a CT hater as something we will fail at?

    Another prime example of a ct hater just randomly typing away about how great Home Depot and others are, without actually KNOWING. kind of like the stock performance comment from last week.

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    That's the same info I've been finding with returns betweens Crappies and the other stores.

    Mad crappy defender will throw out anything even other store policies that he'll gladly point out to everyone as bad. But when you actually read it, the customers getting treated fairly and not SHAFTED. How about that, CT shot themselves in the foot. It makes me want to read the other threads regarding the Sales of Goods Act

    HomeDepot and the rest are in for my appliances purchase this week. Unfortunately for CT I've seen enough with my own eyes at the store to steer clear of you for car repairs and other things.

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