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    Last week I bought an iron from walmart. 90 days to bring it back for a full refund if its defective, confirmed at Customer Service.

    I checked the CT site for the same iron. Guess what? “Repair Only”!


    Bullshit post....no iron has a repair warranty....lol. It's a fricken iron.....let's spend $100 bucks to fix a $30 item.....what a moron.

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    Sorry, one correction to my earlier post about target vs. canadian tire in each department/line

    housewares ct yes - target yes -- there is competition

    typo, my mistake

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    Liar liar canadian tire.

    More bullshit from the triangle of crap merchant dealer lawyer cable puller. Let's see through your lies yet again. So target's mostly an apparel store you say eh? Let's have a looksy. They have 14 departments and 5 of them are apparel...the rest you're competing on!

    Target.com - Furniture, Patio, Baby, Toys, Electronics, Video Games

    Oh and here's another thing, we all know things in retail never stay static. Who knows, maybe down the road Walmart, Target or others may expand their stores to offer more automotive products.

    You think your margins are still safe with Target taking over Zellers? LOL hilarious! I can say it this way. Not only is a professional race driver going to be behind the wheel, in a newly redesigned vehicle that'll do things Zellers couldn't, like shift out of neutral, they'll be going after their number 1 competition. Which isn't CT by the way. For all your bragging of how long you've existed and survived Walmart, your store isn't even in the top 10 list of Canadian Retailers, it's not even in the top 20. In fact it's dropping year after year....
    Don't forget to checkout Targetsucks, you'll love it. Look at how many sucks sites there are, too bad they have to link to porno and gambling to make money. Shame on you faker advocate.

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    Unfortunately I have time to rebut a few CT lies as I've got a bikini contest to judge...duty calls.

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    1) walmart iron vs. canadian tire iron warranty. I call bullshit. every iron i checked ..
    already proven to you, dumb ass.

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    2) Canadian Tire & Americans. 30 years ago. 3 decades a failed business decisions and this is how you analyze a companies performance? LOL you are a very smart business man...
    Yep I'm smart, can dissect crap out of financials better than a vascular surgeon, and spot investment opportunities without the use of a scope. Let's look at one example you do the math. Whytes debacle, you lost 300 million in early 1980's. How much did CT lose compared to your company market cap back then? I thought so. I was smart enough to spot that failure back then before the ink even dried. My money's still earning compound interest. And you think 10K/ week is big time and acting like king shit. LOL hilarious.

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    3) Target & Canadian Tire do not overlap very much. Let's look at CT's business vs. Targets
    Tools - CT yes - target no
    What's this then ? Another Triangle of crap failure.
    Power Tools : Home Improvement : Home : Target

    Duty calls, if only you could see these ...beautiful minds

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    “Repair Only” or “Exchange Only” – there's no big difference.

    Either way, you have to sue the wretched store to get the refund you are legally entitled to.

    CT Liars splitting hairs again, hoping to trick consumers into leaving their money with the store again.

    To-MAY-toe, To-MAH-toe. Let's all just shop at a store that's not Crappy.

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    Unfortunately I have time to rebut a few CT lies as I've got a bikini contest to judge...duty calls.

    already proven to you, dumb ass.

    Yep I'm smart, can dissect crap out of financials better than a vascular surgeon, and spot investment opportunities without the use of a scope. Let's look at one example you do the math. Whytes debacle, you lost 300 million in early 1980's. How much did CT lose compared to your company market cap back then? I thought so. I was smart enough to spot that failure back then before the ink even dried. My money's still earning compound interest. And you think 10K/ week is big time and acting like king shit. LOL hilarious.



    What's this then ? Another Triangle of crap failure.
    Power Tools : Home Improvement : Home : Target

    Duty calls, if only you could see these ...beautiful minds
    Same tools that Zellers and Walmart carry now....lots of black and decker.....this changes the landscape how?

    Oh no....a Canadian company tried to make a go of it in the U.S. and it didn't work, they lost a bunch of money, shut it down and got out.....hmmm, that must have been a first.....like Tim Hortons first venture into New York or the Royal Banks US holdings. Did you have a point or is something from 30 years ago the best you can hang your hat on.

    Compound interest? You're kidding right....lousiest investment for almost 20 years.

    You've already shown your lack of respect for women in other posts, so bikini judging and lewd comments define your sorry, loser, single ass.

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    Re: Stupid return policy to hide employee theft?

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    Same tools that Zellers and Walmart carry now....lots of black and decker.....this changes the landscape how?
    Just another example to refute your original claim that you WOULDN'T compete with Target on that front. As everyone can see, you lied again. Nothing new. Now if some did the boring task and went through the rest of the departments they would find you've lied again and again...

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    Did you have a point or is something from 30 years ago the best you can hang your hat on.
    That history repeats itself dumb ass!
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    Compound interest? You're kidding right....lousiest investment for almost 20 years.
    spoken like a true triangle of crap disciple. I never lost 300 million like you morons did lol. And that was just one example of your investment disaster...do you want more examples? My investments still make money dumbass. How about your peers? Oh did they go bankrupt, lose their stores, go home and kick their dog and hit the bottle ?

    As for compound interest, you've got to be the dumbest CT dealer moron around when you think that GIC's and money market is the only game in town lol. No for the rest of us out there that's only part of our portfolio and again, makes your 10K or more/ week claim a joke. By the way, how's your simple aritmetic? 2011 - 1982 doesn't =20! And you said you've got a business background? oh that explains your poor math skills and disasterous aquistions.

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    You've already shown your lack of respect for women in other posts, so bikini judging and lewd comments define your sorry, loser, single ass.
    Awww, proven Crap Triangle dealer a liar again and now you're just lashing out at my personal life awww.
    I love and respect lots and lots of women and had a lovely time last night. Too bad you've let your self go to seed and the size of a cow. No one young and shapely would find attactive in the least.

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    Re: Stupid return policy to hide employee theft?

    I wish that wannabe dealer shuts up. She's making the rest of us look bad. She doesn't speak for the rest of us.

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    I wish that wannabe dealer shuts up. She's making the rest of us look bad. She doesn't speak for the rest of us.
    I agree with your wish, but am curious about your reasoning.

    How would you handle an out-of-the-box defect of a 'repair-only' item?

    Offer a full refund? Only give a refund if the customer requested one? Offer to exchange it for a working replacement?

    If so, what would you do with the defective item? Throw it into the dumpster and take the loss of the wholesale value? Send it for a warranty repair and then sell as used/refurb to recoup some of the costs?

    And how do you know anyone posting here is a 'she'?

    Like I said, just curious.

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    Re: Stupid return policy to hide employee theft?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I agree with your wish, but am curious about your reasoning.

    How would you handle an out-of-the-box defect of a 'repair-only' item?

    Offer a full refund? Only give a refund if the customer requested one? Offer to exchange it for a working replacement?

    If so, what would you do with the defective item? Throw it into the dumpster and take the loss of the wholesale value? Send it for a warranty repair and then sell as used/refurb to recoup some of the costs?

    And how do you know anyone posting here is a 'she'?

    Like I said, just curious.

    I'll happily answer that one. Although for the record you'll all call bullshit because you don't believe we could ever do right for a customer.

    My team is instructed very simply, the customer never gets penalized in such a case. Defective out of the box NEVER goes for repair. We offer them another unit off the shelf that they can take immediately. If one is not available and say its something simple like a broken wand, we give them a replacement wand or hose or tire right off the shelf. We will deal with the vendor and ensure the DOA unit is taken care of, also without penalty to the business. there are several ways that can happen.

    Now here's where the "grey area' comes into play, and what some of the jokers on here attack with everything they've got. At what point is it considered "used' and then broken, and at what point is it still defective out of the box. First spray? first full wash? 3 days? that's where we have to toe the line and make a decision with the information available. sometimes it works for the customer, sometimes it goes for repair, like it or not.
    In my experience, (and no i'm not blaming the customer so take that off of your plate) we often bring them into the auto shop and find out that they threaded the hose on slightly crooked and the o-ring didn't seat causing a leak or they overfilled it with gas, or they dont' realize there's a break in period and expect it to start first pull out of the box. Customers don't know how to start a chainsaw or a blower that has a choke, those are examples of common things that happen. More often then not, ESPECIALLY in urban markets where it's city folk who aren't experienced with engines or basic troubleshooting, there is nothing wrong with the unit.

    Before anyone else chimes in, in regards to electric pressure washers, the most common problem is abuse. Electric pW's are fragile, very very fragile. not intentional abuse, just simply a pull too hard or walk with the wand and tip the main unit over and the whole unit crashes down and well, a plastic case is a plastic case so it doesn't absorb impacts very well. They are light duty, and simply can't be beat on!

    And that's the truth straight up. call me a liar, say i'm doing somethign illegal, say i'm blaming the customer... it's old.

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