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    Re: Jobmate

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    And if the customer changed their mind after using it, then they can't bring it back
    Yeah, that's one of the reasons Crappy Tire has the worst policies for returning unsatisfactory goods. Somebody outta start a thread on that!

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    And if the customer completed their job, and doesn't think they will ever need it again, then they can't bring it back
    Agreed. They should burn in hell for two, maybe three millenia.

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    And if the customer dropped it off their roof and broke it, that's not defective, and you can't bring it back
    Agreed. Accidental damage happens, but isn't the retailer's fault. Maybe only burn in hell for 1 millenia. Max of 1.5.

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    Re: Jobmate

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Yeah, that's one of the reasons Crappy Tire has the worst policies for returning unsatisfactory goods. Somebody outta start a thread on that!



    Agreed. They should burn in hell for two, maybe three millenia.



    Agreed. Accidental damage happens, but isn't the retailer's fault. Maybe only burn in hell for 1 millenia. Max of 1.5.
    Glad we agree, next!

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    Too bad you think all customers are like that. More reminders not to shop at Crappy Tires.

    Glad I found this site as things sure have changed in a few years. I need a pressure washer to get the leaves and gunk off the roof and a few more things for the yard. I sure won't be purchasing it from you guys.

    I actually want to buy something that works and not get hassled and accused of something else when it doesn't.
    Thank you for your fake post. So easy to see and adds the irrelevance of faker advocate and his fake multiple personality posts....LOL

  4. #134

    Re: Jobmate

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    Glad we agree, next!
    Ah, so you agree "that's one of the reasons Crappy Tire has the worst policies for returning unsatisfactory goods".

    Great!

    But everybody already knows that anyway.

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    ah, so you agree "that's one of the reasons crappy tire has the worst policies for returning unsatisfactory goods".

    Great!

    But everybody already knows that anyway.
    i couldn't agree more!!! Customer satisfaction has lowest priority, or maybe none!!!!

  6. #136

    Re: JOBMATE QUALITY

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    Some times the use of COMMON SENSE is required here.. Ever heard of the term YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR?

    If there is a drill selling for $20 (jobmate) and another which seems to have the same features for $89 (Mastercraft).. Can you actually assume a $20 JOBMATE will be in anyway compared quality wise?

    Jobmate is GOOD, for basic SELDOM usage and not to be relied on.. if you want to use it on your car, well it's NOT worth it in most cases.. Either the product is not good quality, or the components will break easier and quicker than one that is say Mastercraft.

    There is a reason JOBMATE has a 1 year manufacturing warranty and LIFETIME warranty on mastercraft handheld nonelectronical tools.
    Okay, we can logically assume something selling at $20 versus same type item at $89 will not stand up to the same quality test. Now I ask..."why even bother selling that cheap Chinese knock-off crap when you are damaging your company reputation (such as it is???), and competing against your own better brand , whch I believe is made here in Canada, and gives Canadians work????" Maybe company policy should be reviewed on the Jobmate tools to the degree that either CTC demands higher quality from the Chinese manufacturer, or stop selling the goods that are more prone to defect, such as power tools, and just put out the manual tools under that Jobmate brand. I equate the Jobmate brand to junk that you can buy at your local Dollar store, and you can then expect early failure, and likely get it cheaper at the Dollar store. I really don't like to see it sold at my CTC store, so why do it???? Sometimes you need to consider protecting the consumer (your purchasers) from themselves as corporate responsibility... that's what it should all be about!!!

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    Re: JOBMATE QUALITY

    Lots of good points, Grampa B.

    But consumers don't really need protecting 'from themselves'.

    No, we need protecting from stores that sell crap!

    Retailers have a legal obligation to sell product that perform as advertised.

    When they tell consumers that a tool or other product performs to a certain level, and it fails, then the store is obligated to give the consumer a refund.

    Not just another piece of crap that won't perform any better than the first piece of crap.

    Not a long wait for the first piece of crap to be 'repaired' by people who couldn't build it right in the first place.

    Not a store credit towards an 'up-sell' to something not as crappy.

    A full, 100% refund.

    As consumers, we've been letting retailers like Crappy Tire get away with this for far too long.

    We have a duty to 'call them' on this, and insist that they sell products that do what they are supposed to. Only then will the Crappy Retailers wake up and start selling things that actually work.

    Or, they could start being truthful about the real characteristics of the crap they sell.

    Saying, "you should have known we were liars because it's so cheap" is no excuse for breaking the law.
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  8. #138

    Re: JOBMATE QUALITY

    Feel free to "call us" on this. Let us know how taht works out for you. This is another great opportunity for you. Open up a class action lawsuit against the Corporation, and against all 480 Dealers, you could be like us and cash in for millions. hahaha
    Wonder why nobody has done that yet? could be because our methods for returns and warranties are not illegal?!

    Who was it that claimed his wife was some top litigator on here? she could take this on...consumers would line up!

  9. #139

    Re: JOBMATE QUALITY

    Quote Originally Posted by grampa B View Post
    Okay, we can logically assume something selling at $20 versus same type item at $89 will not stand up to the same quality test. Now I ask..."why even bother selling that cheap Chinese knock-off crap when you are damaging your company reputation (such as it is???), and competing against your own better brand , whch I believe is made here in Canada, and gives Canadians work????" Maybe company policy should be reviewed on the Jobmate tools to the degree that either CTC demands higher quality from the Chinese manufacturer, or stop selling the goods that are more prone to defect, such as power tools, and just put out the manual tools under that Jobmate brand. I equate the Jobmate brand to junk that you can buy at your local Dollar store, and you can then expect early failure, and likely get it cheaper at the Dollar store. I really don't like to see it sold at my CTC store, so why do it???? Sometimes you need to consider protecting the consumer (your purchasers) from themselves as corporate responsibility... that's what it should all be about!!!
    Interesting Grampa. Just wondering what the defect rates of JobMate drills, saws, sanders etc... is?
    How does those defect rates compare to MasterCraft? DeWalt? Makita? Hitachi?

    There's this neat branding strategy called good better best. each one has a quality point, and a related price point and warranty offering. For the contractor ...he's spending the money for the best. For the guy who's not handy around the house and maybe has to tighten a door hinge and drill two holes a year, Jobmate drills just might be fine.
    I think we've checked into this as a company. in fact i'm sure of it

  10. #140

    Re: Jobmate

    Over on this FRD thread, there's one guy who seems to like Jobmate, but everybody else is saying how it's crap:

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