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    Re: Canadian Tire Dartmouth Crossing

    i actually love coming on here and reading what everyone has to say.
    if you all hate the store so much, why do you waste your time coming on here?
    i love when someone says "i will NEVER shop here again"...
    well, i seen you today. why did you lie ?
    i wish you people would understand that it is just the policy and rules of the store.
    i'm sure that at your job there are just things that can't be done for a certain reason and policies you have to follow. same thing here.
    all you cranky costomers make my job so much easier.
    thanks for caring.

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    Re: Canadian Tire Dartmouth Crossing

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    i actually love coming on here and reading what everyone has to say.
    if you all hate the store so much, why do you waste your time coming on here?
    i love when someone says "i will NEVER shop here again"...
    well, i seen you today. why did you lie ?
    i wish you people would understand that it is just the policy and rules of the store.
    i'm sure that at your job there are just things that can't be done for a certain reason and policies you have to follow. same thing here.
    all you cranky costomers make my job so much easier.
    thanks for caring.
    I haven't shopped at Canadian Tire in close to seven years. That's seven years of sales revenue out the door to other companies. Why? Because of the outright arrogance and sleaziness of the Canadian Tire Corporation from their head office right down to the cashiers. This website will serve the purpose of alerting others before they get bogged down in their stores.
    Their unwritten rule at Canadian Tire is, "Screw the customer out of their money any way you can. If the customer has a problem later on, too bad for them!"
    Many of the store employees (including managers) are idiots to begin with, as the above post will attest.
    It's pretty pathetic when you can't capitalize the beginning of your sentences or the word "I" and refer to customers as "costomers".

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    Re: Canadian Tire Dartmouth Crossing

    to iknowthings, the reson we don't take back lawn mowers after there used is that we'd have to throw them out, the majority are gas powered and once filled with gas retain the smell, would you buy a lawnmower that smelled like gas? god knows most people wont buy somthing that looks like it might have been taken out of the box at all. we do have repair warrentys on lawn mowers and we can usualy get them fixed and back to you in a few days, with no cost to the customer.

    to rogerrz, from what very little i've read on this form you seem like a truely unhappy person with self esteem issues, please don't take them out on others, it's not at all polite.

    as to why it took 30 min, i can speculate that it was probably a busy day and the managers have better things to do then catter to the indulgent whims of customers like that.

    and don't pick on our little redheaded friend, she's a very nice girl and knows what she's talking about

    have a great day and thank you for shopping at canadian tire

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    Re: Canadian Tire Dartmouth Crossing

    God you people need to get a life and leave this store alone. ITS STATED EVERYWHERE You cant expect to use something then return it once your done doing what you needed to do. She was just doing her job, so f off

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    Re: Canadian Tire Dartmouth Crossing

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    God you people need to get a life and leave this store alone. ITS STATED EVERYWHERE You cant expect to use something then return it once your done doing what you needed to do. She was just doing her job, so f off
    I agree with you on every point, but youll never win an argument here. If any of these people had any brains or life they wouldn't be bitchin on this site.

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    Re: Canadian Tire Dartmouth Crossing

    I took my mower in before the 7 day return policy was up. I allowed them to try to fix it before returning it for money back. My grass will not stop growing so i hope they get it back quickly. It was a Honda powered Troy built self propeled mower. It started and ran good the first mow. then started smoking a lot and bogging out. I don't know much about mowers, but the guy at the garden center said it was state of the art. I expected more than 1 mow for $500. Perhaps it was a defect, or it will get repaired soon. I will give them the benifit of the doubt, but will keep posting updates. :|

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    Re: Canadian Tire Dartmouth Crossing

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I took my mower in before the 7 day return policy was up. I allowed them to try to fix it before returning it for money back. My grass will not stop growing so i hope they get it back quickly. It was a Honda powered Troy built self propeled mower. It started and ran good the first mow. then started smoking a lot and bogging out. I don't know much about mowers, but the guy at the garden center said it was state of the art. I expected more than 1 mow for $500. Perhaps it was a defect, or it will get repaired soon. I will give them the benifit of the doubt, but will keep posting updates. :|
    Probably a defect, i'm a manager at a CT and we do have allot of problems with the yard work ones but the troy built seem pretty good. The store is following procedure and do have to attempt to repair it, however if it takes too long or if you get it back and there are still problems i would recommend requesting something called a code 50 (customer satisfaction claim) and then can deal with it immediately. good luck and happy mowing

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    Re: Canadian Tire Dartmouth Crossing

    I had an issue once with teenage employees that do not care and only want to bide the day away and get paid.
    I was looking for a new spray handle for my hose as ours broke. I went into Canadian tire and found them but the whoe box of them were defective. The clip was missing on all of them to give the trigger the spring when you spray. Well I asked one teenage employee and he looked at it and says "that's how they are suppoed to be". I am not nuts and know better but he swore they were ok. I got the department manager and he took one look and said they were no good and took the whole box off the shelf. I refuse to talk to these kids and go to Canadian tire only if I have no other option.

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