Tell the FTC: Stop CarMax from putting profits before people

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    Tell the FTC: Stop CarMax from putting profits before people

    We must stop CarMax’s shameful and dangerously deceptive advertising practices. There are countless lives at stake.

    CarMax -- the biggest used car retailer in the country -- gives consumers the impression that it's done everything possible to make a used car safe -- claiming that their “certified” cars have undergone a rigorous, “125+ point inspection.”

    But according to The New York Times, "CarMax's 'Certified Quality Inspection'...does not include fixing recalls."(1) Meanwhile, they took in nearly $11 billion in revenue last year.

    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has the power to fight back. But they will only act if they hear from people like YOU who have the courage to care.

    SIGN THE PETITION to the Federal Trade Commission and say:

    “As an American consumer, I believe the Federal Trade Commission should have the courage to stop CarMax -- the nation's largest used-car dealer -- from putting profits before people. Their deceptive advertising and sales practices endanger the lives of their customers, their families, other passengers, and everyone who shares the roads.”

    1. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/09/business/recalled-used-cars-roam-the-roads-as-federal-legislation-stalls.html?_r=1&ak_proof=1
     

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