In the Matter of CarMax, Inc., File No. 1423202
It sounds to me that failing to disclose potential lethal flaws in a car constitutes either a scam or deceptive practices. Why isn't the FTC fulfilling its responsibilities when it comes to the selling of used cars particularly those sold by companies who may already know of flaw, defects and recalls on vehicles passing through their chain of custody? If this supposedly neutral agency can't meet its responsibilities, why does it exist and why is it funded by taxpayer dollars? I am very disappointed to learn that CarMax will probably be allowed to continue its scams and deceptive practices. How does the agency justify this (lack of) action?