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    I'm sure that lady will highly recommend Canadian Tire after what happened to her car and how it got stolen. Thank god for word of mouth.

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    CTV Calgary- Canadian Tire repair leads to stolen car - CTV News
    OMFG!!! Wow, practically giving away the keys lol.
    Because the repair was made, the most likely scenario was that the Crappy People left the key in the vehicle when they returned it to the parking lot.

    The message is clear: the Crappy People simply can't be trusted to take proper care of your property.

    Just ask Jennifer Orton.

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    Because the repair was made, the most likely scenario was that the Crappy People left the key in the vehicle when they returned it to the parking lot.

    The message is clear: the Crappy People simply can't be trusted to take proper care of your property.

    Just ask Jennifer Orton.
    The CTers are well aware of how rampant car theft is in this area, even posting crime statistics on this site.

    Too bad they don't take that as a clue to properly secure the property of innocent customer who entrust their vehicles to Crappy Tires care.

    They lost track of the car keys in a high crime area, likely in the ignition, then wash their hands of the predictable results.

    Do they take any responsibility for their negligence? Nope, it's gotta be somebody else's problem.

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    Faker advocate sure does seem intent to answer his own posts with one of his multiple personalities,

    That's the problem with anonymous sites, any wacko can post here...and faker advocate takes full advantage.
    Hey, from all those links posted of fines, investigations, lawsuits, negligence involving death, (oh wait, does that make it two deaths now?) and all the other ones that have yet to come to light, I'll be doing my shopping else where.

    Walmart or Target here I come.

    I'll park my car at your store and take the keys with me.

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    .... the point is, if humans are involved, there will be errors, there will be theft, there will be accidents. If you have 100 people or 100,000 people, sh*t will happen.
    More CT-scum-Owner excuses.

    So all those things that involved investigations, both criminal and civil, at the Corporate and Owner level you attribute to just human error?

    Thank god the judges see it differently.

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    A lone voice against a nasty retail policy

    Canadian Tire Outrage

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    Do they take any responsibility for their negligence? Nope, it's gotta be somebody else's problem.
    Well, they did waive the small cost of the minor repair that was done. So, not 'nothing'.

    Did they arrange to have the dents fixed? Nope.

    How about the multiple cleanings of the interior? Mabye using some fine products from Simoniz? Nope again.

    Give the young lady a loaner car while the cops searched for her vehicle? No way.

    Even say, "Gee, lady. Sorry we let your car get stolen". Nope, nada.

    Another fine job from Crappy Tire!

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    From http://www.legaltree.ca/node/1174:

    "It goes to show just how inventive employers can be in finding new ways to create liability for themselves.", LOL!
    Oh good! We can search for new judgments of a nice steamy can of STFU.

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    Oh good! We can search for new judgments of a nice steamy can of STFU.
    Oh Oh. Looks like the boozer has gotten up this morning. LOL.

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    Oh Oh. Looks like the boozer has gotten up this morning. LOL.
    What's that? How many countries you in? How many cases of fraud and negligence that's cooking that's just waiting to come out?

    You going to be around for the 100th anniversary or is Target and Walmart going to stomp you a new mudhole into bankruptcy?

    Then grab a fork for a nice big steamy can of STFU.

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