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Cadillac will not honour my warranty on a 2006 Escalade
Wednesday, October 07, 2009 6:26 AM on j-body.org
Hey guys!

I'm just trying to pass the word about the "New GM" and how they treat their custommers. This has been a ongoing topic on the JCO for a while and I wanted to pass the word tou our southern neighbours.

Here is the link to the initial problems I was having:
"Having a Bad Day" Loaner car died...

Here is a link to the second part of my battle:
My Responce to Myers Cadillac Ottawa's E-mail to me

And my first youtube video on the subject (more to come!)
2006 Escalade Chrome Wheels Peeling, Cadillac will not warranty!

Thanks for looking!

Re: Cadillac will not honour my warranty on a 2006 Escalade
Wednesday, October 07, 2009 8:08 AM on j-body.org
Can't say as I know the warranty and its limitations, or if this falls within them. It's clear you feel it does. Good luck!

By the way...Did you let fellow know at the beginning of the call that you were recording him for public display? Critical legal aspect, at least here in the States...





Re: Cadillac will not honour my warranty on a 2006 Escalade
Wednesday, October 07, 2009 8:16 AM on j-body.org
Bill Hahn Jr. wrote:

Can't say as I know the warranty and its limitations, or if this falls within them. It's clear you feel it does. Good luck!

By the way...Did you let fellow know at the beginning of the call that you were recording him for public display? Critical legal aspect, at least here in the States...


Don't have to let them know.

Quote:

1) Is it legal to record calls in Ontario without letting the other person know?

Canada requires "one-party notification" - only one person in the
conversation needs to be aware that the conversation is being taped.
In other words, the person taping the conversation must be
participating in it. You will find this law in the Criminal Code of
Canada.

CRIMINAL CODE OF CANADA: PART VI: INVASION OF PRIVACY:

Section 183.1: Where a private communication is originated by more
than one person or is intended by the originator thereof to be
received by more than one person, a consent to the interception
thereof by any one of those persons is sufficient consent for the
purposes of any provision of this Part. [1993, c.40, s.2.]"
http://www.efc.ca/pages/law/cc/cc.183.1.html

Definitions:
"A one party state means one party to the telephone conversation has
to have knowledge and give consent. In a two party state, all parties
must have knowledge and give consent."
"In Ontario, Canada... it is only legal to tape a conversation when at
least ONE of the people involved in the conversation is aware that it
is being recorded."
http://www.telephonemagic.com/call_recording_equipment.htm


I think many states use the same law.
Re: Cadillac will not honour my warranty on a 2006 Escalade
Wednesday, October 07, 2009 8:23 AM on j-body.org
Thanks...you are correct. I looked into it a bit more. It does indeed vary from state to state in the USA, and may even require that both parties be in the same state, so interstate calls are yet another dimension.

But Canada is still not our "51st state", so your laws obviously rule. Thanks, I learned a lot on this...and good luck, if you are due covereage, I hope you get it.





Re: Cadillac will not honour my warranty on a 2006 Escalade
Wednesday, October 07, 2009 8:26 AM on j-body.org
Bill Hahn Jr. wrote:

Thanks...you are correct. I looked into it a bit more. It does indeed vary from state to state in the USA, and may even require that both parties be in the same state, so interstate calls are yet another dimension.

But Canada is still not our "51st state", so your laws obviously rule. Thanks, I learned a lot on this...and good luck, if you are due covereage, I hope you get it.


I think you have it wrong, Canada will invade the USA. Did you not watch South Park? lol!

Cheers! and thanks for looking!
Re: Cadillac will not honour my warranty on a 2006 Escalade
Wednesday, October 07, 2009 8:29 AM on j-body.org
Blame Canada! lol, great stuff

You're welcome, thanks too






Re: Cadillac will not honour my warranty on a 2006 Escalade
Wednesday, October 07, 2009 12:43 PM on j-body.org
cliffs for the time-deprived?

and yes, notification for recording a conversation definitely varies from state to state. luckily, WV only requires one party to know of the recording.




Re: Cadillac will not honour my warranty on a 2006 Escalade
Thursday, October 08, 2009 8:03 AM on j-body.org
Good luck with the rim situation, your going to need it. A friends son had to sue Chrysler to get his rim fixed, but Dodge fixed his mothers rim under warranty without a single issue. Another friend had to give Ford a bunch of hell because the paint and clearcoat was literally peeling of his Shelby GT. He eventually called Shelby up and after talking to a few people they decided to totally repaint it under warranty, of course the dealership in town they told him to take it to for the work did a half ass job and it came out looking worse than it did going in and he chewed them out until they covered a full detail job from the place of his choosing. Guess it just depends on who you talk to sometimes.








Re: Cadillac will not honour my warranty on a 2006 Escalade
Friday, October 09, 2009 5:04 AM on j-body.org
you should call them back and tell them you want a free rim job




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