I'm surprised Canadian Tire isn't up there.
She said don't let the high go to waste. But can you taste, a little taste of
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LondonOntGuy wrote: ↑This is because they put returned merchandise back out on the floor. Even if it's damaged or an item that can't be resold because of health regulations(electric razor), it still goes back out. This is common practice at both the London stores I've been to. - White Oaks & Argyle.
1. Bell - Choking out TekSavvy's customers to the point where downloading is USELESS. Changing profiles of customers, lying to potential customers, the list goes on. I'm glad I haven't been a direct customers of theirs for years. They also call people on the DNCL as well, yet they're the ones that are supposed to be managing it. -This is basically like the fox guarding the hen house.
2. Rogers - Does this need an explanation?
3. Private Career Colleges - The whole lot of them are a scam. Spend the time it takes to get into a real school, even if it delays you getting your education started by another year, it will be well worth it in the end. There's no way in hell they can ever compare to a publicly funded school like Fanshawe or Cambrian.
4. Best Buy - Selling two year warranties to you but it really is only a one year warranty. - The store warranty doesn't kick in until the manufacturer's one ends. Unprofessional sales staff really don't help either. - Oddly enough, I've never had an issue with Future Shop, yet.
5. EB Games - A few years ago I bought the "Edge" card for the discounts on used games. I only bought it because at the time, it would have paid for itself right away. Flash forward to a few months later and I get told my card is no longer valid because the sticker on it was "applied to the card wrong" and that I need to buy another one. Told them don't bother, walked out on a sale that would have been about $100 and went downtown to Dundas Discs instead. All that over a simple $4.00.
edit: Shoppers Drug Mart - Grossly overpriced, I only go here if it's necessary, and now that the London stores are no longer 24/7, I have even less reason to go. They have decent sales sometimes, (like the Asus Disney netbook last year for $179.99) but that's rare.
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