Canadian Tire Owners and Employees: Charges, Convictions, Investigations

Thread: Canadian Tire Owners and Employees: Charges, Convictions, Investigations

  1. Angry CT Guy's Avatar

    Angry CT Guy said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Speaking of bicycles here's the opinion of CT_Manager on some of the products they sell. Kind of damning that even he wouldn't purchase it or recommend it, wouldn't you agree?

    https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge....html#post3371

    I for one have some things to buy. I'll just go the other direction of CT as I want things that are well made and safe for my family.
    Since I sell in excess of 300 bikes a year, 6 years running. I think I'll call bullshit on faker advocate.

    A manager isn't a dealer and has less skin In the game, his opinion is good with intent, but until he owns a business, he won't really know.

    When you can name another mass retailer that sells more bikes, let me know
  2. Angry CT Guy's Avatar

    Angry CT Guy said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Please don't 'feed' the Angry CT Troll by responding (Troll (Internet) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
    Not even one little bit....LOL!
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    CT Challenger said:

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    Just a friendly reminder:

    Please don't 'feed' the Angry CT Troll by responding (Troll (Internet) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
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    CT Challenger said:

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    Over in the "Collecting ID" thread, a consumer posted this:

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Waterloo Region Record - Sep 15, 1993
    WallaceWally Dufrat president secretarytreasurer and sole shareholder of the city's Canadian Tire store pleaded guilty to one charge of tax evasion
    For some more details on how dealers conduct themselves, have a look at this:

    CanLII - 2011 ONSC 4616 (CanLII)

    The case was in the 90's, but it's interesting for the insight it gives into the Crappy Associate Dealers.

    We've heard the Crappy People say they are so rich, then don't have a reason to steal.

    Despite Wally Dufrat's indoor swimming pool, Mercedes Benzs, and trips abroad, he still evaded enough taxes to be fined $160,000.

    Yes, another fine community 'leader'.
  5. CT Challenger's Avatar

    CT Challenger said:

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    Surprise, surprise.

    It turns out that not all Crappy Dealers are rich.

    Read about this poor guy who ran 2 stores into the ground:

    CanLII - 2011 ONSC 4616 (CanLII)

    "Overall, from the time that Healy Inc. assumed Store 429 until August 31, 2006, shortly after moving to Store 152, it experienced total net losses of $1,702,198. Since the time that Healy Inc. took over its current Store 152, operational losses have been $3,363,775. This sustained history of losses has caused Healy Inc. to accumulate an ever-increasing dealer equity deficit (i.e., negative retained earnings). "

    "As of May 30, 2011, Canadian Tire’s direct exposure to Healy Inc. was over $12.9 million"

    Sounds like he's blaming CTC, though. Typical.

    I guess the courts will sort it out ....
  6. CT Challenger's Avatar

    CT Challenger said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Read about this poor guy who ran 2 stores into the ground:

    CanLII - 2011 ONSC 4616 (CanLII)
    Maybe he just needs to sell more bikes ... $3 million worth, LOL!
  7. CT Challenger's Avatar

    CT Challenger said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Maybe he just needs to sell more bikes ... $3 million worth, LOL!
    actually he'd need to make 3 million in profit - after expenses

    if he made 30$ profit on each one hed have to sell 100,000 of them

    at least hes not trying to sell them in fort erie ...
  8. CT Me / Lawguy's Avatar

    CT Me / Lawguy said:

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    Just a friendly reminder:

    Please don't 'feed' the Angry CT Troll by responding (Troll (Internet) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

    Game, Set, Match

    If you choose not to respond to anything posted by a CT Dealer, or Manager your site just went silent !!
    There shall be nothing left to discuss except perhaps your frustration of repair only policies, your analysis of Target coming to Canada, and maybe a handful of employees and dealers over the last 20 years who haven't been so honest.

    Your site has become even less relevant then it ever was hahahaa
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    CT Challenger said:

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    Your site has become even less relevant then it ever was hahahaa
    Please don't 'feed' the Angry CT Troll by responding.

    See Troll (Internet) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    CT Challenger said:

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    An interesting case here:

    CanLII - Search all CanLII Databases

    Debbie Clements made an application to the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, regarding 4137566 Canada, which is Canadian Tire Store # 073 at 99 First Street, Orangeville, Ont.

    The Crappy Owner and Ms. Clements reached an out-of-court settlement in Jan. 2010, and Ms. Clements withdrew her request, agreeing not to discuss the "terms of the settlement".

    A few months later, The Crappy Owner heard allegations that Ms. Clements told someone that she "got a settlement", but that did not disclose any 'terms'.

    However, the Crappy Ower didn't like that, and took Ms. Clements to court in Jan 2011.

    Naturally, the court sided with Ms. Clements, who had done no wrong.

    But the Crappy Owner wasn't done yet. They decided to argue with the Tribunal, making various "bald and serious allegations" against the tribunal itself.

    Crappy's B.S. request was denied.