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I traded in a my car with CarMax when purchasing one of their vehicles. While parked at 45 degree angle, the front portion of my engine was slightly in water so Geico replaced the engine I specifically asked Geico if there would be any issue with me selling the car as I had already planned to trade in my car before this. 1 month after CarMax emailed me saying that the car had flood damage I had to take the car back. I ran a CarFax and C.L.U.E report and there was no mention of Flood damage, Geico confirmed that it should have never said flood. Geico talked to CarMax at that time, I was under the impression it was all worked out. 110 Days later, I get a letter from a lawyer saying they were suing me to take the trade in back. I have paid 3 car payments since this.