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    My brother took his car in to get the brakes bled, basic 10-minute procedure right? wrong.

    They had him wait 4 hours, and in the end, they snipped his lines! and charged him $400!
    Something is rotten in Denmark with this one. Why did he bring his car in for a brake bleed. they only need bleeding after a service like removing a caliper or something. you don't just routinely bring them in to bleed them. did he do his own work or something and then needs the bleed ? i believe there to be more then the story you're telling. secondly how do they snip a brake line? when a mechanic drives a car out of a shop into the parking lot, he has to stop the car too. so you think he cut the line and drove it out? suicide mechanic haha

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    Jobmate is one of those 'store brands' that is manufactured for Canadian Tire, to Canadian Tire's standards, which for these tools is all about keeping costs down.

    Every time I bought a Jobmate tool, it would let me down after a few uses, so I stopped buying the brand altogether.

    Somebody gave me a Jobmate tool kit. I gave it to a young lady as a house-warming gift when she moved into an off-campus rental - at least she'd have some kind of tools, in a pinch.

    You get what you paid for - which isn't much with these tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidLeR View Post
    Jobmate is one of those 'store brands' that is manufactured for Canadian Tire, to Canadian Tire's standards, which for these tools is all about keeping costs down.

    Every time I bought a Jobmate tool, it would let me down after a few uses, so I stopped buying the brand altogether.

    Somebody gave me a Jobmate tool kit. I gave it to a young lady as a house-warming gift when she moved into an off-campus rental - at least she'd have some kind of tools, in a pinch.

    You get what you paid for - which isn't much with these tools.
    Yep, these are for the occasional user at best. Still carry a 1 year warranty, but not the quality, thus the price. I still use the jobmate drill I got 8 years ago, but only use it once in a blue moon. You get what you pay for.

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    Still carry a 1 year warranty, but not the quality, thus the price.
    Too bad for CT that the other retailers provide a refund if they are unsatisfied, even for similar products. I guess those stores figure it's worth having a slightly higher price, but fewer angry customers.

    And, or course, Ontario laws (plus other provinces) require the retailer to provide a refund for a defective product, regarless of what the store's policy is (although that's only a real issue with Crappy Tire).

    See this tread for references, and your provincial ministry:

    "Sale of Goods Act"

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    Too bad for CT that the other retailers provide a refund if they are unsatisfied, even for similar products. I guess those stores figure it's worth having a slightly higher price, but fewer angry customers.

    And, or course, Ontario laws (plus other provinces) require the retailer to provide a refund for a defective product, regarless of what the store's policy is (although that's only a real issue with Crappy Tire).

    See this tread for references, and your provincial ministry:

    "Sale of Goods Act"

    Wrong again Einstein....nothing in the Sale of Goods Act says a refund must be given....a repair is quite adequate.
    I'm starting to think you don't have much of an education and have trouble comprehending simple statements and their meaning.
    You should know that you are easy to disprove.....just read any link on this site to see how often it's been done. Your credibility is zero.

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    All the fake rep has left are lies and insults.

    Don't take their word of any store reps or fakes on consumer law.

    Therei's lots of good informaton on laws for defective products here:

    "Sale of Goods Act"

    Call your consumer's ministry for details. They'll tell you that you don't need to settle for a repair.

    A list of frequently told CT Lies can be found here:

    "Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    All the fake rep has left are lies and insults.

    Don't take their word of any store reps or fakes on consumer law.

    Therei's lots of good informaton on laws for defective products here:

    "Sale of Goods Act"

    Call your consumer's ministry for details. They'll tell you that you don't need to settle for a repair.

    A list of frequently told CT Lies can be found here:

    "Why Do CT Defenders Post So Many Lies Here?"
    By all means call.....please call.....know for yourself how much the faker advocates opinion is worth...zippo.
    She would have had even 1 example of CTC or any other retailer having policies contravening the CPA or SOGA by now.....I mean it's only been SIX years since the apparent last update of the CPA....lol, Hilarious!

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    By all means call.....please call.....know for yourself how much the faker advocates opinion is worth...zippo.
    She would have had even 1 example of CTC or any other retailer having policies contravening the CPA or SOGA by now.....I mean it's only been SIX years since the apparent last update of the CPA....lol, Hilarious!
    No, the fake rep just isn't trying! Where's the "oomph" that used to drive up the views, and clicks on the Donate button?

    Next time, maybe the fake rep should try another falsified report of an actual call, instead of just repeating what the Consumers have been advising? Pretty lame.

    They should keep trying though - maybe the crowds will come back, and the owners of this sites will seem their income going back up.

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    No, the fake rep just isn't trying! Where's the "oomph" that used to drive up the views, and clicks on the Donate button?

    Next time, maybe the fake rep should try another falsified report of an actual call, instead of just repeating what the Consumers have been advising? Pretty lame.

    They should keep trying though - maybe the crowds will come back, and the owners of this sites will seem their income going back up.

    Don't forget to donate. Button's right at the top of this post beside what's new.

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    Re: Jobmate

    Thanks you, Fake CT Rep! Help support "Canadian Tire Sucks!"

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