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Cardex Corporation

huggs946

TRIBE Member
I need your support here.

I just got shystered by my former employer out of alot of money cause they didn't appreciate the manner in which I decided to leave their shitty establishment.

If anyone here is familliar with Cardex Payment Solutions run out of Montreal, please inform any small business owners that you may know of that are thinking of signing up to their swipe card machine service to AVOID DOING SO @ ALL COSTS...this company is run by some of the most dishonest people i've ever had the mispleasure of coming across in my entire life, and I know that they're HUGE in metro Toronto right now.

Here's their website: http://www.cardex.ca

Should you know of any current Cardex customers that have issues getting through to customer service, try the following extensions:

877-441-4729 ext 286
877-441-4729 ext 284


Feel free to call up any of the above listed extensions to let them know that you heard they were a bunch of shysters.

I've had enough of lying bastards out to make a quick, dishonest buck with no regard for common decency. It's time for fed up employees, and pissed of customers to fight back!
 
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Flashy_McFlash

Well-Known TRIBEr
That really sucks, huggs. If it's any consolation, it sounds like their business plan is a recipe for failure.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but they're trying to compete with Interac, right?
 
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MoFo

TRIBE Member
Well, having strangers call them and possibly rat you out ain't gonna solve your problems as they could sue your ass.

I'm gonna call them and leave dirty messages to all the HR people. Cuz I know they'd appreciate it.
 
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bitchass

TRIBE Member
Flashy_McFlash said:
That really sucks, huggs. If it's any consolation, it sounds like their business plan is a recipe for failure.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but they're trying to compete with Interac, right?
Yeah, but Interac charges the business a per-transaction fee whereas some competitors will charge it to the cardholder (typically 25cents).

This money is tracked and split with the retailer depending on their agreement. People joke that Tim Hortons doesn't take Interac - well, they do in Alberta - and some of them use this system (or a competitor's) and make a lot of money because of it.
 
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