If your card has been used fraudulently, which you can prove (your original receipt helps), many members (including myself) have never had an issue getting a replacement card.hvwozq wrote: ↑Apr 1st, 2017 2:07 amYeah, this guy is complaining about the wrong part.
"Canadian Tire is not responsible for replacing the value on this card if it is lost, stolen, destroyed, damaged or used without your knowledge or consent."
No company is going to replace your gift card if it is used without your knowledge or consent. They tell you to treat gift cards like cash. The real problem is apparently Canadian Tire won't give you a replacement if the card is lost/destroyed/damaged even if it still has a balance. Other companies would cancel the card and give you a replacement.
With those terms on the Canadian Tire gift card, I can't say the same for when it happens on their card.