To whom it may concern! On February 13, 2012 I was interested in a used 2010 Ford F150; I'd located at Hanks Buick GMC in Plaquemine, La. That morning I bought a Carfax for the vehicle, the Carfax indicated the vehicle only had one owner. The salesman at the dealership also showed me, on a different program, where the truck had on owner. I did test drive the vehicle all of about a city block. On February 14, 2012, I bought a used 2010 Ford F150 from Hanks. I traded my old truck in, financed the old truck and put $2000 down. Within an hour of having the new truck, I felt the vehicle shift hard when slowing down. I thought nothing of it and went on about my business. That evening, my fiancé drove the truck and asked me about the shifting problem. On the morning of February 15, 2012, the truck's display told me to "Check Fuel Inlet". I did so, repeatedly, throughout the day. I was able to locate the previous owner of the vehicle. He told me all the problems with the truck. Before I said anything about the problems I was having, he mentioned the ones I was having and told me that I would be having more, soon. He told me he'd had the truck worked on several times by different dealerships and they could not fix the problems. He also told me he'd bought the vehicle second hand. That evening I emailed the salesman at Hanks about this information. He then referred me to the General Manager. On February 16, 2012, out of curiosity, I looked up the Carfax on the truck again. This time the Carfax was showing two owners and I was not one of them. It showed one of the owners had the truck for ten months and the other owner had the truck for eleven months. I brought the truck back to Hanks and gave them the keys. All I asked for was my $2000 down payment back and for them to take the vehicle back. After a more than a week, many phone calls, text messages, getting my lawyer involved, their lawyer involved and a very very large headache, I had to walk away from the dealership with no vehicle and Hanks kept my $2000. In my opinion, buyers beware and I would think twice before conducting business there.