Doc's eBay Bullies Vlog

About Doc's eBay Bullies Vlog

Doc an early eBay motors licensed used car seller who had his steller feedback (reputation) smeared by alleged eBay corporate trolls. These guys are bad news. I’ve been accused of selling stolen cars and rolling back odometers. This is my story how it all went bad.

Here we have YouTube vlogger Jason DeCanio showing his immaturity. Jason is upset that I set up a new Facebook page for another blog and video site I’m building. He loves yelling insults and gets owned every-time he opens his mouth. Got soap?

Speaking of Jason DeCanio, Back in 2015 he produced this video making death threats over a set of unpaid hubcaps from the eBay guy’s store. At around 10:48 he threatens to put a bullet in blogger ebayisajoke and my head. Police report filed.

Doc’s eBay internet adventures began back in 2004 when scammers were listing non-existent automobiles on newly launched eBay Motors. Trusting community member who trusted their trading partners had their pockets picked clean. The site claimed what fraud it had was minuscule. But members were groomed to be honest and trust their trading partners. Those community values and trust were what made eBay work so well especially selling used cars motorcycles boats etc.

I (doc) decided to register the domain (ebms) in March 2004. The site was an instant hit with valuable information on how to verify if a used car dealer was legitimate. The only motor vehicle specific fraud awareness website online saved countless consumers from losing their money to scams and dishonest sellers. Soon afterward ebms was attacked and knocked offline with a devastating distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. Unbeknown to doc at that time the FBI was investigating vehicle purchase protection fraud.

I’m suspecting eBay was behind the attack. EBMS had been documenting vehicle purchase protection fraud a full 2 years before the FBI began its investigation. EBMS has been aggressively attacked and knocked offline repeatedly. Doc soon learned the hard way about how valuable site backups were. Once a good portion of my site pages was hacked and altered. Mysteriously many of my full-page screenshots just vanished, thank god for backup archives.

In 2007 I switched to the WordPress CMS at and kept warning consumers to be aware of fraud. Especially used collector cars listed as in mint condition, advertised at unrealistically low prices. Verify the legitimacy of a deal before sending payment.

WordPress was getting attacked and I realized how vulnerable it was to hackers. A favorite of hackers was MySQL injection to cover up certain keywords and key phrases making them invisible to search engines. Backups saved my ass more times than I can remember.

Years went by and my hobbyist webmaster skills got better. I learned how to best protect WordPress and migrated to CloudFlare for their speed enhancement and security. I was, at last, holding the hackers at bay. Unfortunately, when they could no longer hack my site, a smear campaign was launched to trash my stellar seller's feedback. Trolls spread rumors on social media I sold stolen cars and rolled back odometers. The greatest majority of the hate is published on YouTube videos utilizing phantom troll channels.

Trolls targeted my eBay sellers ID (docsqualitycars) key-wording my name and other keywords in search. I’ve been trying to get YouTube to remove the hatred toward me but they will not. I have flagged hate videos repeatedly for several years but Google will not remove this hatred that violates multiple policies.

It’s been going on since 2013 and mostly because of that I refuse to take down. The faces on the sidebar are the alleged key players involved. No, I never sold stolen cars or rolled back odometers. I’m 67 and have never been arrested or defrauded anyone. This is an example of eBay corporate governance at its worst, just like Carl Icahn said.

I’m determined to clear my good name and business reputation. I’m also a disabled American who can not afford an attorney to get the trash posted about me taken down. The examples in this blog are alleged racketeering by the eBay guy and his friends and team members. Hopefully, the feds will investigate. They are suspected of securities manipulation by using social media spinning on YouTube.

At the very least, with all of this malarkey going on, it’s not boding well for eBay Inc who already has a horrible worldwide reputation!

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