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  1. #171

    Re: Jobmate

    Quote Originally Posted by FormerEmployee View Post
    lol...a sense of humor...I like that....
    ... retail or service ... is one of the most thankless industries in existence.

    Listening to people whine and moan and scream and cry over the stupidest things.

    the average person thinks it's my job to do stuff for them for free

    front line employees who put up with all the crap

    when you start tearing me a new a**hole because your car is a POS and I can't fix it for free....

    like most "customers", there is only your side and everything else is irrelevant, including common sense.

    It all just comes down to, "Blah, blah, blah, customers suck, I hate customers".

    Sounds like a current Crappy Employee to me.

    Although, sure, maybe it's a former Crappy Employee, who's moved on to hating customers at other businesses.

    So sad!
    Last edited by CT Challenger; September 20th, 2015 at 10:45 PM.

  2. #172

    Re: Jobmate

    #709:

    Tania F.:

    Good job Canadian tire in sylvan lake Alberta. Last night I went there to get a few things I needed. One of the things I happened to need was in a package that had already been previously opened. (It was the last one in stock). When I brought it to the counter and explained that there were parts missing, the manager on duty rudely exclaimed that people often ask them to open things so they can see it and then choose not to purchase it. (This item in particular was in a CLEAR PLASTIC packaging) she then proceeded to open the previously opened and clearly used item and put things back in place to try to prove that parts weren't missing. I was then charged full price for the item and told that if I returned it, it wouldn't get my money back, i would just get an exchange. When I finally got home and had a chance to read through the parts, I realized, like I had said, it was in fact missing pieces. So I went back to Canadian tired to try to find the pieces that i would need. When I reached the register to pay, I explained to the cashier that I was in fact right and parts were missing from the item they sold me for FULL price. To which she replied "well that sucks, at least you have all the parts now since you bought things separately". The cashier and on duty manager were so unbelievably rude and I'm very angry that I was ripped off by a store that I go to rather often. Because of this, I will and won't mind spending the extra gas money to go somewhere else where they are actually friendly, professional and don't rip people off. Not to mention, somewhere where their employees actually do their jobs and help customers.

  3. #173

    Re: Jobmate

    Quote Originally Posted by CT Challenger View Post
    It all just comes down to, "Blah, blah, blah, customers suck, I hate customers".

    Sounds like a current Crappy Employee to me.

    Although, sure, maybe it's a former Crappy Employee, who's moved on to hating customers at other businesses.

    So sad!
    It wouldn't matter if I was current or former....you're only going to see these stories from your side of the fence anyway....so I'm not going to bother arguing.....and just for the record....hate is a pretty strong word....I don't "hate" anybody....customers pay my wages....and I will treat you the same as anyone else who comes in to my place of business.....but do you really expect me to bend over backwards for you if all you are gonna do is whine and cry because something didn't work out in your favour? If everybody was even half as perfect as you think you are, the world would be one awesome place, wouldn't it?

  4. #174

    Re: Jobmate

    CT employee:

    I just LOVE it when Crappy People finally drop the mask, and frankly reveal (despite lame protests to the contrary) how deeply they despise the very people who pay their salaries.

    Quote Originally Posted by FormerEmployee View Post
    ... do you really expect me to bend over backwards for you if all you are gonna do is whine and cry because something didn't work out in your favour? If everybody was even half as perfect as you think you are, the world would be one awesome place, wouldn't it?
    So glad this site is here, to balance out the hate-driven and greed-driven abuses that innocent customers endure daily from Crappy People. Ironically, theses (ex?) employees are being paid to help people!

  5. #175

    Re: Jobmate and canadian tire.

    Quote Originally Posted by darrylljones View Post
    Jobmates quality may not be the best, but Canadian tire will give you no support with any replacement parts. Trying to find carbon brushes for my mitre saw, what a pain in the arse. I will never buy anything from canadian tire again.
    Hi Darryll
    I too use Jobmate and recondition my own tools.You have to measure the brushes and buy the nearest size and if bigger just file them down.Regards batteries,only for Nicd, there are sites telling you how to zap a battery and revive it again.Personally my drill machine I bought a pack of 14.4 battery which did not fit my drill machine.What I did was open the case and put the battery pack in my old drill battery case. There are ways to beat the CT monopoly.Enjoy

  6. #176

    Re: Jobmate

    Quote Originally Posted by Guest-0309 View Post
    JOBMATE and CTC both suck.. I have a Jobmate combo drill wet/dry vac, just over a year old and comes with 2 batterries. BOTH batteries are dead and I cannot get replacments. I called job mate and you guessed it, if it's over a year they will do NOTHING, if still under a year they said they would replace the unit. I asked if I could purchase replacement batteries and they said NO, they don't have any and don't STOCK any. It was suggested that I go to a battery manufacture and try to purchase a similar battery. CTC were NO help whatsoever. Yet again the complete unit drill, vac and 2 batteries originally cost me about $70.00 and a replacement battery is about $50.00. So essentially JOBMATE and CTC are contributing to our vast waste by building and selling disposable product because it is cheaper to buy a new replacement and now all these OLD units end up in a dumpsite. WHAT A FRICKIN WASTE. In this day and age of environmental concerns you might think both CTC and JOBMATE would be more environmentally concious.....
    Hi
    I too use Jobmate and recondition my own tools.Regards batteries,only for Nicd, there are sites telling you how to zap a battery and revive it again.Personally my drill machine I bought a pack of Jobmate 14.4 battery which did not fit my drill machine.What I did was open the case and put the battery pack in my old drill battery case. There are ways to still enjoy Jobmate .

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