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Tabi Canada Buy One Get One 50% Off and $10 Gift Card Offer

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Tabi is having a BOGO event.  From May 20 to May 30 you can buy one item and get another for 50% off.  This BOGO offer excludes the purchase of SPANX but you can still get a deal if you are buying them.  With any SPANX purchase you will get a $10 Tabi gift card to use on your next purchase of $50 or more (card must be used on or before June 25, 2010).  Now, what you can do is buy your SPANX in one purchase and then use your $10 gift card in conjunction with the BOGO event.  More bang for your buck.  And if you haven’t tried SPANX yet, they are amazing!  Even it’s just a little shaping you need they are so perfect.

Thanks to couponlady for finding us more ways to save!

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  1. Moi

    Watch it buying ANYTHING from TABI!
    They just told me yesterday that they NO LONGER ACCEPT GIFT CARDS, RETURNS, VOUCHERS ETC……..

    They are going OUT OF BUSINESS – BANKRUPT but have not told the PUBLIC YET.
    the store clerk told me this

    LAME!

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  2. Sally

    They are not going out of business immediately, and I called other stores and they are still accepting gift cards as the legal proceedings are not completed yet and were actually initiated back last June of 2010. I did a bit of research and it seems they also filed for bankruptcy in 2003 as well. They dont “have” to tell the public since all the information is readily available.

    Tabi International Corporation (“Tabi”) is a New Brunswick-incorporated company that operates a retail clothing store chain with 78 leased locations located in malls in all Canadian provinces, except Quebec. Tabi’s business consists of the sale of women’s clothing and related accessories. Tabi also leases its head office at 44 Samor Road, Toronto, Ontario.

    Tabi filed a Notice of Intention to Make a Proposal (“NOI”) pursuant to the provisions of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (“BIA”) on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 and A. Farber & Partners Inc. (“Farber”) was appointed as Proposal Trustee.

    This filing was in addition to a previous filing made by Tabi International Corporation in February 2010 (“First Proposal”).

    •The First Proposal was approved by the creditors at a creditors’ meeting held on June 23, 2010 and received Court Approval on August 12, 2011.
    •Farber is in receipt of an amount of $500,000, which has been paid pursuant to the First Proposal to fund payments to the Unsecured Creditor Basket but additional funds due under the First Proposal have not been paid to Farber. Farber was in the process of administering the claims process at the time of the second filing.
    •The ability of Tabi to complete the Proposal is not known at this time.
    •For more details on those earlier proceedings please scroll down below.
    The effect of the Notice of Intention to Make a Proposal is that it provides an initial 30-day stay over all creditors for all amounts outstanding effective February 16, 2011 (i.e. all amounts outstanding at February 16, 2010 and prior) whilst the Company formulates a Proposal to be presented to its creditors.

    In addition, on Friday, February 18, 2011 an Order was granted by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice appointing Farber as Receiver of the assets, property and undertakings of Tabi, subject to the limited powers as set forth in that Order.

    Parties interested in purchasing the assets of Tabi should contact Hylton Levy, CA▪CIRP at 416-496-3070 or [email protected] for access to further information, which will be provided to qualified parties who have signed a non-disclosure agreement.

    On March 15, 2011, Tabi was granted a 45 day extension to file its proposal pursuant to an Order of the Superior Court of Justice. Tabi has until May 2, 2011 to file a proposal to its creditors. In addition to the extension granted, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice granted Tabi approval to enter into an agreement for additional funding in order to fund its ongoing operations and inventory purchases for the spring sales program.

    On March 30, 2011, the Receiver brought a Motion on the Commercial List seeking inter alia an Order authorizing Tabi’s execution of a Liquidation Services Agreement and authorizing and directing Tabi and the Receiver to conduct a retail liquidation sale in accordance with the Sale Guidelines (appended as Schedule “A” to the Order). A copy of the Motion Record and the Order of Honourable Madam Justice Mesbur dated March 30, 2011 are posted below.

    http://www.farberfinancial.com/news-events/insolvency-files/engagements/bid/42917/tabi-international-corporation/

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  3. moi

    That is very very strange
    I was denied using my card in Toronto
    She showed me the email from head office that stated ALL stores no longer accept the gift cards

    A lady also in calgary had the same thing happen to her

    The info you were told is NOT correct sorry:(
    They do NOT accept ANY GIFT CARDS! Seriously!

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  4. moi

    PS……..you called the stores, but I think you should call Head Office. They stated the same thing………..ugh
    TABI
    44 Samor Road,
    Toronto ON
    M6A 1J6

    [email protected]

    General Inquiries: (Toll Free) 1-800-430-8224 – Extension 550

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  5. Mary Roll

    I have two gift cards from Christmas time and I was keeping them to purchase some clothing at TABI. Now, at what location can I use my gift cards (in Calgary)?

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  6. Doris Mrkonjic

    I have a gift card from Tabi’s Sherway Gardens location in the amt. of $85:43 from Christmas time. I was told by their staff that the store was moving to Cloverdale Mall in Etobicoke. I learned a few days ago that they went out of business. How and from whom do I get my money back???

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  7. rachel workman

    I think it is deplorable that Tabi’s issued gift cards knowing that they were closing. They knew in Dec. 2010 that they were no longer going to be able to honour the gift cards. They took our money and ran. They do have an obligation to the public!!! PLEASE!!!! How many have access to bankruptcy information? “SHAME ON YOU”! That is called FRAUD!!! Most gift cards are not used right away. They know that. There is no way of recovering the money. There is no contact either. I feel bad for my brother who bought me the $50.00 gift card.
    If there are any other stores under this umbrella I will not be shopping at any of them. The little people who work hard for their money get shafted again.

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