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    Re: Need Information On Filing A Lawsuit Against Canadian Tire

    $5500 to replace a seat??? How is that possible? Is it a major structural support for the vehicle?!! I find your case interesting to follow, and think they should pay if they've done the damage, but is it really fifty five hundred dollars to replace a Prowler car seat with labour? That sounds somewhat increadable. Would you please ellaborate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    $5500 to replace a seat??? How is that possible? Is it a major structural support for the vehicle?!! I find your case interesting to follow, and think they should pay if they've done the damage, but is it really fifty five hundred dollars to replace a Prowler car seat with labour? That sounds somewhat increadable. Would you please ellaborate?
    Would you please learn how to spell? Are all "adults" becoming imbeciles?

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    Re: Need Information On Filing A Lawsuit Against Canadian Tire

    Quote Originally Posted by LastRide View Post
    Thanks for the reply. Who would I file the lawsuit against. Canadian Tire store or the automotive department.
    Do you know the legal name of the person or business you wish to sue and their current residential or business address? You will need correct information about whom you are suing to properly prepare and serve your claim, and to enforce a judgment if you are successful. For information on how to search a corporation or registered business name, you may contact the Companies Helpline, Ministry of Government Services. Please note that there is a fee for the search and the search will not be conducted over the phone. The Helpline can be reached at (416) 314-8880 or toll free in Ontario at 1(800) 361-3223. Before requesting a search, you must have the exact name of the corporation or the Ontario corporation number, or the exact name of the registered business.

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    When Handling money STAY ALERT , STAY INFORMED,
    ignorance is painful. Let the Courts be your last resort.
    It is YOU ONLY to claim back your money.
    Crappy Tire is a BLACK HOLE.
    Small Courts made for small claims, people not corporations.
    Don't Fight the Forces - Use Them.
    It is UP TO YOU ONLY. May the Force be with you.
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    Re: Need Information On Filing A Lawsuit Against Canadian Tire

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Did you guys know that Crappy Tire
    do damage and do dirty tricks on customers cars
    absolutely on PURPOSE ?
    And did you know that since 1968 that I started dealing
    as a customer they have not changed a bit?
    UNBELIEVABLE BUT TRUE. Fraud, deception, con artistry,malisious damages
    to their customers cars, it seems there it is not any Law applies tor them.
    omfg your dumb...

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    Re: Need Information On Filing A Lawsuit Against Canadian Tire

    I just filed a claim against my local CT store. I needed to search the provincial business registry($10) and pay the claim fee($100). Basically they did a whole wack load of work on our car that we didn't want done and now we are suing the owners for it. Wish us luck! This site is great! It is really nice to know that we aren't alone out there.

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    Re: Need Information On Filing A Lawsuit Against Canadian Tire

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I just filed a claim against my local CT store. I needed to search the provincial business registry($10) and pay the claim fee($100). Basically they did a whole wack load of work on our car that we didn't want done and now we are suing the owners for it. Wish us luck! This site is great! It is really nice to know that we aren't alone out there.

    nope not just you lots of dip shits out there

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    Re: Need Information On Filing A Lawsuit Against Canadian Tire

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    nope not just you lots of dip shits out there
    But you're not here, are you?

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    Re: Need Information On Filing A Lawsuit Against Canadian Tire

    I took my car into CT to have them look at why my wipers stopped working.
    They told me my wiper shield linkage was broken.
    I went ahead and ordered the part and then asked my dealer to install it.
    The dealer told me that the linkage wasn't broken.
    I realize that anything to do with cars is always risky and costly.
    I am outraged at the fact that it seems I was lied to by CT.

    Do I have a small claims case or is this just a case of sucks to be me?
    Can we sue companies for lying in Canada?

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    Re: Need Information On Filing A Lawsuit Against Canadian Tire

    Depending on which province you live in, there may be Consumer Protection laws that requires the item to be suitable for the purpose you described. So, if you said, "I need my wipers to work", and they said, "Here, you need one of these", then they are on the hook (legally speaking) to refund your money if it doesn't solve the problem it was supposed to.

    Did the store quote some policy about not giving returns on parts? That will make it harder for you - you could quote the law to the manager, and if that doesn't work, send them a letter saying why you should get your money back. But, you might have to actually file a lawsuit.

    Is the part expensive? If it costs you $100 to file the suit, then you'd be out that money, even if they give you a refund after that, or if a judge/JOP grants you a judgement. So, on a $100 part, you've basically lost your money either way, if you have to sue.

    It could have been an honest mistake on their side - they could have thought this would fix the problem. Doesn't matter - it's their problem (if the law is in your favour).

    I had a similar situation with a Camry. In my case, I was told I would need a new motor. I decided to put it in myself, but after that it still didn't work. I found out later that the linkage was rusted out, and all it needed was cleaning and lubricating. In that situation, it was one mechanic who told me I needed a motor, and another company who sold it to me, so I had no options.

    Let us know how it goes - we are always interested in seeing if/how people get some remedy from mistakes made by CT.

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