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    Re: Simoniz Scam

    In your post, you plainly state that CT passes the buck. You also infer that they don't stand behind their products.

    Now what exactly is the reason I would want to shop there? Right. I haven't darkened their doors in over two years, and intend to keep it that way...

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    And they're doing fine without you, Roger.

    The thing that most of you don't realise is this: Canadian Tire doesn't need your business. Simple as that. The majority of their revenue doesn't come from car repairs and pressure washers. You think you can stop people from going to CT to buy lightbulbs, jars and paper towels? Good luck.

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    They won't be "doing fine" if Canadians ever wake up and realize that Canadian Tire is not some kind of icon and that it's not patriotic duty to shop there just because it says "Canadian" in the name.
    Until then, I guess many Canadians will just ignorantly roll over and whisper softly, Give it to me again Canadian Tire".

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    There are no words to describe Crappy Tire,
    Thiefs Liers evasive etc etc etc...
    ... some day we may learn more about
    are they real mafia? or they just have
    corupted government connections..??????????.....

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    s2800 from ct works fine love it.

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    make sure you winterize it.

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    I just used my Simoniz S1750 for about the 3rd time and the rotary nozzle started spewing water everywhere, so I tried to tighten it and it broke off in the gun! Nice. I bought it at Canadian Tire earlier this year and now live in Mexico, so I'm hooped I guess. I can get a new wand with nozzle for about 20.00 and have it shipped here for another 30.00 or so but why, when it'll just screw up again?

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    While I WILL agree with you all that Simon pressure washers ARE in fact horrible! With all the stores I've worked at, we've always had problems. One problem customers don't understand is that we are NOT who warranties them. The manufacturer gives us very strict rules as to what we CAN and CANNOT do. Most is to prevent people from LOANING the pressure washer and claiming they are defective. Like batteries and most all warrantied products, if we don't adhere to the rules past by the manufacture, the dealer ends up eating the cost because the manufacture/vendor declines the warranty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CT_MANAGER View Post
    While I WILL agree with you all that Simon pressure washers ARE in fact horrible! With all the stores I've worked at, we've always had problems. One problem customers don't understand is that we are NOT who warranties them. The manufacturer gives us very strict rules as to what we CAN and CANNOT do. Most is to prevent people from LOANING the pressure washer and claiming they are defective. Like batteries and most all warrantied products, if we don't adhere to the rules past by the manufacture, the dealer ends up eating the cost because the manufacture/vendor declines the warranty.
    Tell me why you sell these "horrible" items. If you acknowledge the fact that they're awful, common sense would dictate you wouldn't foist them onto your customers. Wait, let me guess, you're going to trot out the old "we're not responsible" mantra again. Which is exactly right...Canadian Tire is blatantly irresponsible.

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    spring came around last year 09 and i wanted to wax my car so i went to ct to buy some
    car wax i bought IT took it home opened unscrewed the top and to my surprise the seal was
    open so i did not think anything bad about it until i started using it on the paint i went to wipe
    the wax off and to my awfull view my paint was damaged beyond my control!!... i then pissed
    mad inradge drove back to ct with the wax got the manager out to look at my cars hood and
    drivers side panel where it was damaged i then explained to him that this only happened after buying

    bottle of wax from your store that i had no priore knowledge that had been already opened by someone else proire to me buying it manager said we didnt do that you did i said F!%/*k what!!...he said
    no,no, the wax you bought was new no way that could happen blame it on the maker of the wax
    i freaked...i could not beleive the B.S i was hearing made a police report and taking ct to court
    for damages like the other guy says once they got your money Fuck you ct

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