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    Another story about Crappy Mechanics:

    CTV Calgary- Auto repair rip-off - CTV News

    What is it about Calgary, anyway?

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

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    Um, why not assign even a tiny iota of blame to the Crappy People who failed in their duty to protect the customer's keys and vehicle while it was in the Crappy People's care?

    Just curious ....
    Why not read the posts in the ENTIRETY! You know, not just a sentence that you can try to use for your own BS lies. Like for instance the post in this very thread that states that yes an employee likely screwed up with the keys to this vehicle. Whoever and whatever caused it, it looks like someone in a red shirt screwed up.

    In your world does that excuse someone for stealing the car?

    Typical, you'll blame Canadian Tire and defend a thief LOL
    Still building that consumer advocate credibility LOL Hilarious

    PS - we aren't talking a few days extension of warranty by using fraudulant receipts. We are talking several months, by the own admission of GrammaB. So on a one year warranty, 3 months adds up to 25% of the warranty term.
    Besides if it was only a few days, it would take a pretty careless person to lose a receipt in two days.

    You're A Thief

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    I absolutely hold my people to the same standards I do customers. In fact right now I have 4, count them 4 ex-employees on charges of theft over the last 3 years at this store.
    Always SO entertaining, when a Crappy Owner posts completely unverifiable claims ... on a thread about dishonesty at Crappy Tire ... LOL Hilarious!

    This is sadly reminiscent of the popular thread on commonly told CT lies:

    https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...lies-here.html

    Ouch!

    Another stinging hit to the Crappy Credibility Score!

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    Another story about Crappy Mechanics:

    CTV Calgary- Auto repair rip-off - CTV News

    What is it about Calgary, anyway?
    Another PERFECT example of you not reading the whole thing.

    Two Kal Tires, One Fountain Tire and one Midas all failed the same mystery shop.
    Why? How is it that of 12 tested, 6 failed and 6 passed? You forgot to mention that in your hater post. Half truths, angry CT Hater.

    Come on what's your explanation for this?
    Why did Kal Tire fail? Fountain Tire? Midas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Always SO entertaining, when a Crappy Owner posts completely unverifiable claims ... on a thread about dishonesty at Crappy Tire ... LOL Hilarious!

    This is sadly reminiscent of the popular thread on commonly told CT lies:

    https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...lies-here.html

    Ouch!

    Another stinging hit to the Crappy Credibility Score!
    Oh this is sweet
    So a few posts ago you say we hire too many thieves and aren't qualified to hire. Now your story is that the claims are not verifiable...so they didn't steal and we didn't hire them?

    You're arguing with yourself. bonehead

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    Like for instance the post in this very thread that states that yes an employee likely screwed up with the keys to this vehicle.
    Sorry - didn't see the confession post. Right here on this thread, huh? I guess it got buried in the avalanche of examples of CT hypocrites being caught stealing and breaking the law. Sorry!

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    Whoever and whatever caused it, it looks like someone in a red shirt screwed up.
    So, what about the poor lady's car? In what specific ways are the Crappy People making amends for their failure, and initial attempts to wash their hands of the whole incident?

    Looking forward to that follow-up!

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    In your world does that excuse someone for stealing the car?
    Nope.

    But there's no excuse for failing to look after someone's car and keys, when you are entrusted with it.

    What amends are the Crappy People making to the poor lady again?

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    Typical, you'll blame Canadian Tire and defend a thief
    Nope, a thief is a thief. The law is pretty clear on that point.

    Besides, how do we know that someone from Crappy Tire didn't steal the car themselves?

    It's not like they're looking to be especially law-abiding, LOL!

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    Oh this is sweet
    So a few posts ago you say we hire too many thieves and aren't qualified to hire.

    Now your story is that the claims are not verifiable...so they didn't steal and we didn't hire them?
    Plenty of stories in the papers, and already posted on this tread, to realize just how bad the Crappy People are at hiring, LOL! So, that part is verifiable.

    Hey, if the Crappy People don't want our help, then they should not be posting here about their glaring failures!

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    Another PERFECT example of you not reading the whole thing.

    Two Kal Tires, One Fountain Tire and one Midas all failed the same mystery shop.
    Why? How is it that of 12 tested, 6 failed and 6 passed? You forgot to mention that in your hater post. Half truths, angry CT Hater.

    Come on what's your explanation for this?
    Why did Kal Tire fail? Fountain Tire? Midas?
    Maybe they hired the guys who got caught stealing at Crappy Tire?

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

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    Ok.

    So, exactly what percentage of innocent consumers DO you falsely accuse of being fraudsters, theives and robbers?

    Oh, never mind.

    Even 1 is far too many.

    But shouldn't you be checking up on all those theives you hired?

    Or are you too busy ordering things for your home, and charging it too your store?

    Exactly how far behind ARE you on your taxes?

    Just wondering ....

    Back tracking 101 - Your exact words were EVERY customer. Now you're asking me for the truth? hahaha
    nice fail.


    Talk to the dude who renovated his house on company dime. He did it not me. In fact I don't even have a good explanation for such behaviour. I'm looking at profit of well over $300,000 this year. i could never justify stealing anything when I was working my way up as a CT employee paid a basic salary, so there's no way I could justify it with a whole lot more money in my pocket. Those guys who pinched money and fake reno's got what they deserved as far as I'm concerned.

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

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    Sorry - didn't see the confession post. Right here on this thread, huh? I guess it got buried in the avalanche of examples of CT hypocrites being caught stealing and breaking the law. Sorry!
    avalanche? lol another exaggeration. fail
    So, what about the poor lady's car? In what specific ways are the Crappy People making amends for their failure, and initial attempts to wash their hands of the whole incident?

    Looking forward to that follow-up!
    Nope.

    But there's no excuse for failing to look after someone's car and keys, when you are entrusted with it.

    What amends are the Crappy People making to the poor lady again?
    I agree. someone appears to have screwed up. let's say for example they left the car keys on the counter. careless, at best. That still does not give someone else the right to take the car.

    Nope, a thief is a thief. The law is pretty clear on that point.

    Besides, how do we know that someone from Crappy Tire didn't steal the car themselves?

    It's not like they're looking to be especially law-abiding, LOL!

    The thieves in question were found and identified. sorry about your luck.
    There is one person ultimately responsible. He who took the keys for a vehicle they did own, and knowingly took it.
    Careless of CT to have done whatever they did, for sure. Criminal, not!

    Call it however you want, but someone stealing a car is a thief - PERIOD.
    It's sad you're trying to justify it

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