just get limit increase on my MasterCard option ct, just one question I can use where or only mature Canadian??? I`ve been using it on Canadian tires for over a year and I always pay before interest, which is why I`ve increased, I think.. I loved the Walmart Mastercard. All right. Let`s just say I haven`t taken that card out of my wallet since I got the Canadian tire one. next to the walmart customer service for Mastercard is BEYOND AND I MEAN BEYOND HORRIBLE. I`m working on a story about a gentleman who tried to use his scanner card in a gas bar in Detroit. The machine did not accept a Canadian card and Canadian Tire had never informed its cardholders in writing, as required by law, of a circumvention of this problem, which was then announced by MasterCard itself on its own Facebook page. You KNEW there was a problem, but never advised anyone. The guy I`m telling the story had to go to the store, but never managed to get in before being run over, robbed and injured. Canadian Tire knowingly abandoned it because other banks had written to their cardholders telling them to enter the “00” according to the three digits of the zip code, i.e. M1P 2R7 – 12700. Canadian Tire behaved like a holy bully, told him to get lost in the background, and wished he was dead in the confrontation. They could have done something without admitting any responsibility by donating to a humanitarian organization he created to help overcome his depression and anxiety…

No, they keep harassing him for payments on his CT cards, knowing that he was hurt (especially because of their card!) and waiting for insurance count! Shameful hypocrisy. Shop in Canada, do not go to the U.S. with our card should be their slogan. It`s not the Canadian tire I grew up with. Book airfares, hotel reservations, travel insurance or rental cars with your card. If you have problems with these bookings, your Mastercard exhibitor can help you and help you get refunds. In addition, many credit cards with travel insurance and integrated car rental are available. Read your cardholder agreement to be sure. Canadian Tire charges $1.10 per $100 per month for its Credit Protector product (which drops to 59 cents per $100 if the cardholder is 80 years old). This means that the average customer with a monthly balance of $2,500 who does not receive the rebate pays $27.50 per month for insurance or $330 per year plus taxes. These terms of use may not be attributed by you.

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