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FORMER EMPLOYEE OF CARMAX, I HAVE OVERHEARD THEIR SALES PEOPLE TALKING, THERE TRYING TO SELL CARS SO BAD THEY ARE TELLING PEOPLE IN A ROUND ABOUT WAY TO TURN IN THE CURRENT CAR IF THEY ARE UPSIDE DOWN AND THEY WILL GET THEM FINANCED ON ONE OF THERE CARS, THEY THEN GIVE THERE CURRENT CAR BACK AND DRIVE AWAY IN A CARMAX CAR. IS CARMAX CONTRIBUTING TO MORE CREDIT PROBLEMS IN THE FUTURE?

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    MrsB512 May 25, 2011

    Previous comment by Hummer2277: Seriously do your research... If you are upside down, you owe more than your car is worth and you will pay it either way, if you are in a car that isn't running right, you better put that extra you owe into something that will run long enough for you to pay it off... and trust me hun, Carmax does this FAR LESS than ANY OTHER DEALER, if it is a crazy financial decisions, reputable banks will not approve the loan, and Carmax only uses major banks, regular lots uses there own in house "tote-the-note" financing! You are going after the wrong dealership!!

    Also, probably should learn how to spell before you type on a forum, and by your all caps motion, you are probably a disgruntled employee or a new employee to a competitor of Carmax and are trying to only discredit them... its "their sales people"

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