Consumer advocacy organizations have petitioned the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to take enforcement action against CarMax for alleged deceptive advertising and sales practices in the sale of used vehicles. They claim that CarMax offers the vehicles for sale promising that they are “CarMax Quality Certified” and have undergone a rigorous, “125+ point inspection,” while the company actually “fails to ensure that safety recalls are performed prior to selling used cars to consumers.” The organizations, including Consumer Action, Consumers Union and the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, call on FTC to stop CarMax “from selling unsafe, recalled used cars to the public.” They also urge FTC to (i) compile and publicly disseminate VIN-specific information about the safety recall status of vehicles already sold to the public by CarMax, (ii) notify owners of CarMax-sold vehicles about safety recalls pending when they were sold, and (iii) enjoin “such irresponsible and reckless practices in the future.”