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Thread: Return Policy is false advertizing

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    Re: Return Policy is false advertizing

    I have never heard of a dealer allow his managers free reign of product of any size. If my Dealer knew that a co worker was using glases and silicone on his boots they would be charged and thrown out the door.
    What does anyone think of agressive co workers?

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    Re: Return Policy is false advertizing

    Quote Originally Posted by Guest-0042 View Post
    I purchased a stepping stool before Christmas for $20. Ridiculously high price but I knew it would be perfect for my elderly parent. Within 1 month the same stool was on sale for $4.99. My parent had not used her stool yet, it still had the original stickers on it. I had the original bill and Canadian Tire money. On the back of the bill it says returns are allowed within 90 days with original bill and in original condition. However, when I went to the store to return the item, as I could now get 4 for the price of one, I was told that the return policy was 14 days and that my purchase was longer than that. No arguing with the the clerk got me anywhere. I emailed Canadian Tire for an explanation but received no confirmation of my email or a response. THEY SUCK!
    You need to call the complaint department. Someone was 2yrs out of warranty for a starter. They got a 50 card toward a new one. How nice is that...???

  3. #13

    Re: Return Policy is false advertizing

    Quote Originally Posted by Employee649 View Post
    I have never heard of a dealer allow his managers free reign of product of any size. If my Dealer knew that a co worker was using glases and silicone on his boots they would be charged and thrown out the door.
    What does anyone think of agressive co workers?
    Not sure what the above gibberish is supposed to mean. I guess you have to be a CTer to comprehend this nonsense.

  4. #14

    Re: Return Policy is false advertizing

    Quote Originally Posted by Employee649 View Post
    You need to call the complaint department.
    Calling the complaints department - such useful advice, to someone who posted this FIVE YEARS AGO!

    Oh, and thanks, 649, for providing the number, while you were at it. LMAO! We can see how helpful these jokers are ...

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