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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

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    Another prime example of a ct hater just randomly typing away about how great Home Depot and others are, without actually KNOWING.
    Let's summarize what really do know:

    - Crappy Tire has the worst return policies of any major Canadian retailer, for unwanted and for defective items.
    - In some cases, specific retailers aren't quite as good as the others, but they are always better than Crappy Tire.
    - Crappy Tire makes it hard for consumers to find out their real return policies, but most retailers make it easy.
    - Crappy People routinely post lies here about their policies, and about the policies of other retailers.

    How long do you think these lies will hold up?

    Will the addition of another, customer-focused competitor cause Canadians to wake up to the raw deal they get at Crappy Tire?

    Will Crappy Tire survive the coming competition, from Target and others?

    They will only survive if the Crappy People wake up and smell the strong coffee the Americans are brewin'.

    Because Canadian consumers won't be asleep for much longer ...

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Let's summarize what really do know:

    - Crappy Tire has the worst return policies of any major Canadian retailer, for unwanted and for defective items.
    - In some cases, specific retailers aren't quite as good as the others, but they are always better than Crappy Tire.
    - Crappy Tire makes it hard for consumers to find out their real return policies, but most retailers make it easy.
    - Crappy People routinely post lies here about their policies, and about the policies of other retailers.

    How long do you think these lies will hold up?

    Will the addition of another, customer-focused competitor cause Canadians to wake up to the raw deal they get at Crappy Tire?

    Will Crappy Tire survive the coming competition, from Target and others?

    They will only survive if the Crappy People wake up and smell the strong coffee the Americans are brewin'.

    Because Canadian consumers won't be asleep for much longer ...
    LMAO, ROTFL

    Did faker advocate even check out Target's sucks.com site? He's in for a pretty big surprise, unless he thinks it will be different when they come to Canada, like giving up the corporate culture in a new market....lol
    How about Walmart? They have a whole 1 hour W5 program dedicated to their destruction of communities, not to mention their very own sucks.com site....lol. Home Depot? Links previously provided. Home Hardware? The same.
    Sears? Ugly posts and sucks sites. Shall I continue? Why bother, links provided over and over and in faker advocates world.....black is white.
    Just for the record.....donate button at the top, and payments can be made via pay pal in US dollars!

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    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.
    Really? No retailer has changed their return policy in say, the last year or so? They all have the same objective...profits and when that doesn't mesh....they make a change. Silly rabbit, Trix are for kids. And if you don't believe it, just check out the commentary on complaints boards, sucks.com sites, hissing kitty, pissed consumer, smart Canucks, redflags, etc. Etc.
    Oh, and pick any other fortune 500 company or large capitalized company in Canada....same thing. Detractors for every one, but a small fraction of the actual number of people they serve.
    If faker advocate is shooting for 100% customer satisfaction......just point out one that actually has it....just one....not to hard.....only ONE.....LOL!

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Not very original.

    The Crappy People think they can dismiss all the complaints about them, by trying to dig up dirt on other companies.

    They hope they can keep comparing themselves and their tiny Canadian market, to American stores and the American population, that's 10 times the size.

    But the thing they keep trying to hide, is how much worse their policies are, than all the other Canadian retailers.

    And that many of the complaints they face, are for exactly those policies.

    No, they can't keep hiding forever. They can't keep lying their way out of it.

    The truth is coming out.

    And the competition is coming north.

    Good job hiding your heads in the sand, Crappy People!

    I'm sure the Americans will have pity on you, LOL!

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Not very original.

    The Crappy People think they can dismiss all the complaints about them, by trying to dig up dirt on other companies.

    They hope they can keep comparing themselves and their tiny Canadian market, to American stores and the American population, that's 10 times the size.

    But the thing they keep trying to hide, is how much worse their policies are, than all the other Canadian retailers.

    And that many of the complaints they face, are for exactly those policies.

    No, they can't keep hiding forever. They can't keep lying their way out of it.

    The truth is coming out.

    And the competition is coming north.

    Good job hiding your heads in the sand, Crappy People!

    I'm sure the Americans will have pity on you, LOL!
    LOL....me thinks faker advocate is a wee bit delusional. American retailers have been coming to Canada for the last 20 plus years. We're still here and thriving.
    Links have been provided for every retailer's return policies...lots of nuances, lots of sucks.com sites.
    I especially love how you've stopped calling the policies illegal with not even one example, not even ONE....where CTC or any other retailer has been accused of having an illegal return policy. Now it's about the "worst" return policy, in your opinion.
    Nice try though, not all roses and love at the competitors....check out any sucks.com site.

    Here's one for you:

    Portage Canadian Tire honoured for making customers No. 1 - The Daily Graphic/Central Plains Herald-Leader - Manitoba, CA

    When's the last time you saw customer service and Walmart, Home Depot or Home Hardware even mentioned in the same sentence? Do they even measure it?
    Read the article, customers call in.....LoL....proof that faker advocate represents the 1% that aren't getting their own way.

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    We're still here and thriving.
    How's their stock prices? Still down, I see.

    I see also that revenues fell last quarter, along with sames per square foot. That's just the start.

    [QUOTE=Unregistered;5350]Links have been provided for every retailer's return policies...lots of nuances, [quote]

    Not a lot of 'nuanace'. Just policies that are far better than Crappy Tire, in every instance. And every single store has a return policy that's better than Crappy Tire.

    Luckily, we don't need to rely on the opinons of selv-interest store owners/managers.

    The comparison for unwanted/unsatisfactory items start here: https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge....html#post4951

    The comparison for defective items is here https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...-exchange.html and here: https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...ods-act-6.html.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    lots of sucks.com sites.
    Yes, but even if others stores sucked as much as Crappy Tire, then, well, Crappy Tire still sucks!

    Funny how Crappy Tire keeps showing up on American-run complaints sites.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I especially love how you've stopped calling the policies illegal with not even one example, not even ONE....where CTC or any other retailer has been accused of having an illegal return policy.
    Don't forget: "against the law is illegal", and the laws say retailers have to provided a refund.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Now it's about the "worst" return policy
    Yes, as proven over and over. And "against the law is illegal", don't forget!

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    [QUOTE=Unregistered;5353]How's their stock prices? Still down, I see.

    I see also that revenues fell last quarter, along with sames per square foot. That's just the start.

    [QUOTE=Unregistered;5350]Links have been provided for every retailer's return policies...lots of nuances,

    Not a lot of 'nuanace'. Just policies that are far better than Crappy Tire, in every instance. And every single store has a return policy that's better than Crappy Tire.

    Luckily, we don't need to rely on the opinons of selv-interest store owners/managers.

    The comparison for unwanted/unsatisfactory items start here: https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge....html#post4951

    The comparison for defective items is here https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...-exchange.html and here: https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...ods-act-6.html.



    Yes, but even if others stores sucked as much as Crappy Tire, then, well, Crappy Tire still sucks!

    Funny how Crappy Tire keeps showing up on American-run complaints sites.



    Don't forget: "against the law is illegal", and the laws say retailers have to provided a refund.



    Yes, as proven over and over. And "against the law is illegal", don't forget!
    I'll take that one example now where Canadian Tire or ANY other retailer has been found to have an illegal return policy

    I'm sure you've brought this to the attention of say, a lawyer? The media? Ellen Roseman? The better business bureau?

    No, of course not. Because it's a lie and just your opinion....and we all know what that's worth.

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    "I'll take that one example now where Canadian Tire or ANY other retailer has been found to have an illegal return policy"

    Well, Crappy Tire's "repair only" and "no returns" policy for defective items is clearly contrary to the Sale of Goods Act, as well as the Consumer Protection Act. And well all know that "against the law is illegal".

    It is policies like this that put Crappy Tire firmly in the 'discount retailer' category, where they go head-to-head with discount retailers. Good luck attracting consumers when they realize they can get similar goods at lower prices AND a decent return policy at the other retailers!

    "it's a lie and just your opinion"

    Well, which is it, now? Is it a lie, or an opinion? It can't be both.

    Oh, never mind ... it's actualy the truth, as we've already been shown.

    Thanks anyway!

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Really? No retailer has changed their return policy in say, the last year or so?
    Really? A major Canadian retailer has made a significant change to their return policies in the pat 12 months? Which one? Please provide specifics. Thanks!

    Oh, wait: maybe you mean the Crappy Tire policy on major appliances?

    It's "no refunds, no exchanges, not ever".

    Yeah, nice move Crappy Tire!

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    Re: Will Crappy Tire Survive The Coming Competition?

    Maybe the pressure of a new arrival from the south with better policies will finally make Crappy Tire clean up their act, and start to stand behind what they sell.

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