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    Re: Return policy

    Well, at least Moaner1 isn't trying to conceal their crappy return policies - worst in the business, as we all know now.

    This is off-topic for this thread, but those earnings? Only a 2% or 3% increase over last year. Unless the Moaner is trying to take credit for the success of the other divisions (like Financial, Petroleum, Mark's, etc.).

    A rising tide raises all boats, even the ones who rip off their customers by denying legitimate returns.

    (Hey, Moaner: any proof yet on that absurd claim about every single battery retailer in all of Canada? Just wondering when you begin the enormous task of posting all the data you said was easily obtained ...)

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    Re: Return policy

    Looks like your Local Crappy Owner has an alert set up, just in case anyone decided to post a warning about the horrible policies at your Local Crappy Tire.

    Lots of people find out too late about the "you bought it, you own it" policy, down at the Red Triangle of Crap.

    It'll be interesting to see if Crappy cleans up there act in the next year or so, or if they'll just let Target take away their customers.

  3. #133

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    Quote Originally Posted by CT Challenger View Post
    Well, at least Moaner1 isn't trying to conceal their crappy return policies - worst in the business, as we all know now.

    This is off-topic for this thread, but those earnings? Only a 2% or 3% increase over last year. Unless the Moaner is trying to take credit for the success of the other divisions (like Financial, Petroleum, Mark's, etc.).

    A rising tide raises all boats, even the ones who rip off their customers by denying legitimate returns.

    (Hey, Moaner: any proof yet on that absurd claim about every single battery retailer in all of Canada? Just wondering when you begin the enormous task of posting all the data you said was easily obtained ...)

    Revenue was up 3% at CT retail....not earnings. I don't take credit for any of the overall strong results that we posted AGAIN.... I only take credit for my portion of it.... a few hundred thousand dollars sales increase over last year so far. However, though I don't recall which one of you clowns it was....multiple i'm sure.... who said we bought an insolvent company in Forzani. We overpaid, we bought a sinking ship.... oh such tall claims. Another great business analysis by the CT haters. Guess you were wrong again.

    A rising tide raises all boats? hey that's clever. here's a cool idea, go check out some of our competitors and how they are fairing so far in 2012. Sears? ooops. Rona? OOPS. Home Depot and Lowes yet to report.
    I wonder how the rising tide failed Sears and Rona? sounds like they have a hole in their boat

    A rising tide.... so clever

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    Re: Return policy

    So many fascinating claims, but they all belong over at the "Financial State" thread. Moaner 1 is so easily confused.

    And how about that math? Half of 31 is 10, huh? Great Job, Moaner! Consumer surely be tempted to accept your assessment of all things mathematical.

    Oh, but thanks for confirming you've got the worst return policy among major Canadian Retailers!

    It's fun having you make a fool of yourself on this site yet again!

    LMFAO!

  5. #135

    Re: Return policy

    Quote Originally Posted by CTH8R View Post
    So many fascinating claims, but they all belong over at the "Financial State" thread. Moaner 1 is so easily confused.

    And how about that math? Half of 31 is 10, huh? Great Job, Moaner! Consumer surely be tempted to accept your assessment of all things mathematical.

    Oh, but thanks for confirming you've got the worst return policy among major Canadian Retailers!

    It's fun having you make a fool of yourself on this site yet again!

    LMFAO!
    Actually I did not make a comment regarding our return policy, so not sure where that has come from out of the blue. Really we don't need to go back down the road of posting returns policies for major Canadian retailers do we? You know the ones I mean, 90 days, in original packaging, with receipt.
    Like this one
    Walmart.ca: Help
    The Home Depot | Customer Support | Return FAQ

    Sorry it was too easy!



    I am also unsure of where your half of 31 = 10 comment was derived. i didn't do any calculations or math. The numbers are the numbers my friend. Sales & profits up across the board, while some competitors lose money, slow growth plans or worse, close stores!

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    Re: Return policy

    Quote Originally Posted by Owner 1 View Post
    Actually I did not make a comment regarding our return policy, so not sure where that has come from out of the blue.
    Exactly. Once again you 'out of the blue' had posted a bunch of crap on the Return Policy thread, which was unrelated to Return Policies.

    Now you are posting on-topic crap, which is self-serving, misleading and/or factually incorrect.

    Nice job, bone-head.

    Suffice to say, there are plenty of descriptions already on this site describing many of the ways Crappy Tire has the worst policies among major Canadian retailers.

    I suspect you are just getting greedy again, and hope to trick consumers into thinking the other stores suck almost as much as Crappy Tire does.

    Nice try, jerk.

    Some day when I'm bored, I might decide to give you the verbal spanking you deserve for your latest round of transgressions.

    But right now, it's too nice a day out to let a greedy moron like you waste it.

  7. #137

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    Factually incorrect? LOL

    Dude, the facts are just that, facts!

    The stated return policies of Canadian Tire, Home Depot, Walmart.... with links provided can not be factually untrue. They are black and white. 90 days, with receipt, in original packaging. They are posted, they are policy. I have no idea how you're going to attempt to spin it to make Canadian Tire out to have different policies, when in fact they are the same....however I wait for your comical response.

    PS - How am I tricking consumers ? There really aren't too many using this website. Factually proven also, given the lack of activity on here. Besides, consumers speak with their wallets. With all the competitors in town, some that I could throw a baseball to they are so close, how is it that they choose to spend a few hundred thousand extra in 4 months at my store? They must be getting something they like, and coming back. If not, they certainly have lots of other options, yet they continue to choose our store. FACT

  8. #138

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    Wow, it sure 'smells' like Angry/CT/Me/Law/Guy has been re-incarnated in the form of "Moaner1".

    As before, they can post lies faster than honest people can refute them.

    Not to worry - all the information is out there, ready to be referenced ... by anybody who takes a minute or 2 to check it out for themselves.

    But it'll be pleasant to spend a few minutes here-and-there, pointing out the numerous false claims and outright lies of a typical CT Owner, LOL!

  9. #139

    Re: Return policy

    Well, despite all the misinformation being spewed forth by CT-Me/Lawguy/Moaner1, their B.S. doesn't pose much of a risk to consumers who do their home-work.

    But it seems worth-while to re-post some of the information that have been posted here in the past, just in case any consumers get confused.

    There are many situation that are covered by store policies, and most of these have been covered under various threads on this site.

    For starters, here's a link to the thread on "unwanted" or "change-of-mind" returns:

    Returning Unwanted Goods - CT Has the Worst Policies

    Bottom line: Crappy Tire has the worst policies of any major Canadian retailer for this type of return, as you'll see if you take a quick look.

    But consumers shouldn't be surprised if CT-Me/Lawguy/Moaner1 comes back and says something like, "No, all stores have the same damn policy", for the hundredth time.

    Do your research. Don't trust the deceptive "owner". Find out for yourself!
    Last edited by CT Challenger; May 16th, 2012 at 07:03 AM.

  10. #140

    Re: Return policy

    Your way of proving things is beyond ridiculous.
    It goes like this;
    Hey you're wrong. Look I said so over in this thread (link to another thread in this site)

    That's not proof, that's basically just you stomping your feet saying you're right becuase you already said so.

    The return policies are printed clearly in black and white dude, just accept it as reality.
    90 days with a receipt, in original packaging for full refund.

    So without attempting lame insults on me, or speaking generically, tell me how our policies are different when they state the same?


    Have a great day.

    Don't forget to keep your receipt

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