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    And another Second photo emerges of another alleged TTC napper - Posted Toronto

    and another TTC to passengers: Don

    Yep working real hard for their salary all right.

    Do you get it? Do you want more examples of the rot that's out there?

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    These CT defenders get more bizarre with each passing day.

    They object to a customer comparing Canadian Tire to Zellers, saying that they are different types of retailers.

    And now, the Defenders are offering up TTC workers as some kind of comparision. Zellers isn't a fair comparision, but TTC is? Very, very strange.

    Well, guess what? It's up to the customer to decide which stores offer similar merchandise, and who they will buy from. It's not up to the stores - the best they can do is try to second-guess their customers.

    And, it's up to the customer to look at the store's policies, and decide where to buy. CT would be wise to keep that in mind. But, they don't seem to be very wise, based on what they are posting here. Want to stick with your crappy header-for-the-dumpster policies? Fine - but don't be surprised where it takes you.

    I also find it very amusing the way the CT Defenders try to portray themselves as having some kind of say on this site. As if their opinions will even be trusted, yet alone listened to.

    As if they are in any position to deem statements as true or fase, right or wrong, fact or interpretation, legal or illegal.

    Not that the lying CT Defenders would even be believed, after all the crap they've posted here.

    It's not up to the Defenders to decide what the purpose of this site is. But they would be wise to listen to what's posted here. Methinks they may not wise up in time.

    As if they can somehow create a "brick wall" that will stop their (ex)customers' opinions from being relevant.

    As if mere insults and swearing are persuasive.

    All the CT defenders have managed to do is to shoot themselves in the foot over and over again, and continue to alientate the very people they will need to survive the onslaught from Walmart, Costco, and now Target.

    And portraying yourselves as greedy and lazy? A very convincing way to sway customer loyalty.

    Nice move, CT defenders. Nice move.

    Almost as good as the lies.

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    Oh you don't get it still....why am I not surprised? I just showed you examples of TTC employees sleeping on the job, getting paid for nothing and feeling entitled to everything. We see this union mentality in our stores day in and day out wanting something for nothing. They need to put together something and don't have the tools.....OK let's borrow the tools from Canadian Tire or any other store and return it when we're done, or so the thinking goes. We see it everyday and obvious from the wear marks and we have to hear "it's defective" bullshit. Or they expertly put it back together giving the impression that it's unused when it actually is, again with wear marks or missing pieces. Again, we see this everyday and try to prevent this sorta abuse. Sometimes customers get caught up in it, so what. We have to protect ourselves. I don't hear anybody slamming Costco for intrusive receipt checking. You can blame those union minded customers for retailers like us for having to get tough.

    You need to show us some respect as it's people like us who's built this country with hard work. We employ people and give them a good way of life. We show them that with hard work comes rewards. And we do this everyday. So instead of nitpicking on every little minor thing like a whiney bitch, look at the big picture and see all the good that we're doing; employing people, creating and growing a tax base, giving a way for students to pay for their college education and giving back to the community. The opposite of us are those lazy union types who just suck the life out of the system.
    You want builders of empires or the next generation of NDP handouts?

    One more example for you.
    TTC employee charged in bus assault - Toronto - CBC News

    By the way, in case you've been asleep, the people had enough of union bullshit and declared the TTC an essential service. No more bullshit strikes.

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    Funny how people who attempt to hold Canadian Tire to account for their atrocious policies are automatically viewed as scammers and cheats.

    Lately we’ve had to wade through a number of disruptive, union-related posts, all because some self-declared store rep wanted to vent their anti-customer poison. Very nice representation for the store they claim to support.

    Consumers: when consider your next purchase, bear in mind the way you will be viewed by the store rep’s if you dare to asks them to follow their own policy on “original condition” returns, or to be provided a refund for an out-of-the-box defect.

    Clearly, you will be viewed as a thief or scammer. And maybe get a lecture about sleeping on the job. As if the two are somehow related.

    Could it possibly be that the store policies are poor? No! No! It’s the customer’s fault, for bringing the defective item back!

    Want a refund? Well, then clearly you are the type who wants to get paid for nothing and feeling entitled to everything.

    Are there wide-spread complaints about these abusive practices, apparently fuelled by hatred of customers, at other retailers? Not like you’ll read about with Crappy Tire. I suppose because other stores have decent policies, but perhaps because other stores owners don't hate their customers and unions quite as much as the CT reps do.

    Are the CT stores somehow victims of fraud more often then other stores?

    Or could the blatant greed and laziness that CT dealers have bragged about on this very site explain the cash-grab.

    Yes, you are a “good customer” when you are giving the store money, and a “bad customer” when you make a reasonable request to get some back.

    And Costco receipt checking? The only ones I hear complaining are the CT Rep’s. Another example of CT saying, “See? They sort of suck like us – why aren’t you mad at them?”

    Yup, the CT rep’s just don’t 'get' their own customers.

    But other stores do, and will reap the rewards.

    You can blame those union minded customers for retailers like us for having to get tough.
    That’s right, folk. Feeling victimized by CT? It’s your own fault!

    You need to show us some respect as it's people like us who's built this country with hard work.
    LOL hilarious!

    The CT rep’s built this country! Hah!

    Built their own bank accounts by cheating customers is more like it! Just read some of the golf-related posts!

    Yes, we should all respect the dealers, no matter how much they steal from us! Good one!

    I've got news: both respect and disrespect have to be earned.

    And the recent anti-customer posts have earned CT another big dollop of disrespect.

    Nice going, CT Reps!

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    You make it sound as if YOU are our customers. As if you are the ones we want shopping in our businesses. Guess what, you're not! The dozen or so of you that make up the series of unregistered posters and DavidLER would be more trouble to our stores then you are worth.

    You bitch and whine about everything, you assume you know everything about policy, procedure, law, returns, product quality and our businesses, when collectively your knowledge means sweet fuck all! I don't want you as a customer, and I probably don't have you as a customer and taht suits me just fine. not because i'm anti-customer, because i'm anti-shitty customer. If you believe that you or this site is doing any damage to my store, my reputation or my bottom line, you're wrong. Hundreds of customers a day come through here and spend money, and only a handful a day process returns. So for all of your moaning and whining and speculation, to you sir I say happy shopping at Walmart. Say hello to the 90 year old greeter at the front of the store on your way in. I'm sure you two will be close friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    These CT defenders get more bizarre with each passing day.

    They object to a customer comparing Canadian Tire to Zellers, saying that they are different types of retailers.

    And now, the Defenders are offering up TTC workers as some kind of comparision. Zellers isn't a fair comparision, but TTC is? Very, very strange.

    Well, guess what? It's up to the customer to decide which stores offer similar merchandise, and who they will buy from. It's not up to the stores - the best they can do is try to second-guess their customers.

    And, it's up to the customer to look at the store's policies, and decide where to buy. CT would be wise to keep that in mind. But, they don't seem to be very wise, based on what they are posting here. Want to stick with your crappy header-for-the-dumpster policies? Fine - but don't be surprised where it takes you.

    I also find it very amusing the way the CT Defenders try to portray themselves as having some kind of say on this site. As if their opinions will even be trusted, yet alone listened to.

    As if they are in any position to deem statements as true or fase, right or wrong, fact or interpretation, legal or illegal.

    Not that the lying CT Defenders would even be believed, after all the crap they've posted here.

    It's not up to the Defenders to decide what the purpose of this site is. But they would be wise to listen to what's posted here. Methinks they may not wise up in time.

    As if they can somehow create a "brick wall" that will stop their (ex)customers' opinions from being relevant.

    As if mere insults and swearing are persuasive.

    All the CT defenders have managed to do is to shoot themselves in the foot over and over again, and continue to alientate the very people they will need to survive the onslaught from Walmart, Costco, and now Target.

    And portraying yourselves as greedy and lazy? A very convincing way to sway customer loyalty.

    Nice move, CT defenders. Nice move.

    Almost as good as the lies.

    You are absolutely correct when you say that no one has to agree with my opinion. I would also like to point out, that no one is obliged to take your opinion as any more than just that. You may not like the return policy of CTC, but I only jumped in when you stated your opinion that it was illegal....with not one piece of real proof that would put CtC's return policy and illegal in the same sentence.
    600 sucks.com sites....do the math, figure it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post

    Lately we’ve had to wade through a number of disruptive, union-related posts, all because some self-declared store rep wanted to vent their anti-customer poison. Very nice representation for the store they claim to support.
    Hey, it's my store, my opinion. You don't have to agree with me.


    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post

    The CT rep’s built this country! Hah!
    I said hard work built this country. Not a bunch of lazy hand out leftist union losers, who cry 'poor me' when they are caught sleeping on the job and or doing a job bad. It's the union who keeps these losers on staff, who otherwise would've been fired ages ago. Empires, countries, sending people to the moon weren't built with these kinds of morons. The same morons who whine all day about being poor and try to rip us off, oh poor poor me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Built their own bank accounts by cheating customers is more like it! Just read some of the golf-related posts!
    Hey asshole, it's called earning a good living. You should try it some day, the stress from getting off the couch might kill you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Yes, we should all respect the dealers ...
    Yes you should. You surely don't respect our Walmart counter parts who simply chug chug all for the benefit of the evil Americans. We're just a lot smarter and keep the profit to ourselves.
    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I've got news: both respect and disrespect have to be earned.
    You and the socialist union whiners have earned everyones disrespect. Nobody made it with a handout. Just look at the french bastards the puke quebecois losing most of their seats. The people have spoken.
    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    And the recent anti-customer posts have earned CT another big dollop of disrespect.

    Nice going, CT Reps!
    It's just another one of your BAD opinions so screw you ! I'm enjoying another bbq with ALL OF MY RICH neighbours. That's right RICH. People who have made it on their own. People who create, build empires. How about you? Go eat drink your beer and talk about how hard life is to your down and out loser friends.

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    I was feeling lazy this morning so didn't bother to find the exact thread that the conversation about "ID theft" was in. Lots of accusations that Canadian Tire doesn't keep secure information and that your identity is at risk with our customer service staff. OF course there has never been a major security breach at any of our stores that involved customer ID theft, but it's normal here that you don't prove anything. ANyways back to the point of this mornings post.

    I invite you to read the news..... a little company called Sony, yeah you know those little guys who make all sorts of high tech electronic devices for....well you know jsut a couple of years now, well.... well do a little reading this morning. See what transpired with PlayStation online users. So they waited 48 hours to notify the FBI - ooos. They initially said 2 million users, then 5, 10, 25 and this morning i read 100 million users information has been stolen, including credit card numbers.

    Be sure not to trust the 20 year old clerk at the retail store, they are surely runnign multi million dollar fraud rings LOL

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    When you make a return, we get your name, address, age etc. Everyone's ID is safe with us. Better us than Sony or a bank lol.

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    This is for all you lazy layabout union loving bum handout borrower whiners.

    Canadian Tire makes $771M offer for sportswear chain - thestar.com

    So what does that mean? It means us hard working, empire building millionaires are on a shopping spree. Let me repeat the number of fucking millions for all you poor whiney lazy assholes. That's 771 MILLION. That's called progress, that's called growth, that's called success. What do you call yourselves? Oh that's right, you snivelling bums are down on your luck again and just can't catch a break. Losers. I've heard that same shit day in and day out. Try putting in an honest days work and then you'll start seeing how real money is made. So good luck with your 9 - 5 jobs lol.

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