Can posting on YouTube hurt your eBay Business?


I would be very careful these days about posting on YouTube any negative comments if you’re an eBay seller because they are watching every move you make! Many people posting negative eBay PR on the Crazeenydriver YouTube channel and on other channels may indeed find their seller accounts shut down for spreading bad PR about eBay or just speaking their minds. I see many people posting comments on his channel using first and last names which could very possibly link you to your own eBay seller account. eBay Inc loves to go after online critics, they will spend hours investigating and following your alias names on YouTube and at other social media sites in order to somehow link you with your actual selling id and ban you from selling.

Whats funny is that YouTube considers the Crazeenydriver channel spam, notice how YouTube is using robots.txt in order to block Hubcapjoes from Google search. It may be because so many people have flagged his channel for spam and mass advertising for eBay Inc.


Believe me, you don’t want to open up that “MC999” email eBay sends out to small sellers telling them that their business is no longer welcomed on eBay. In the past few months eBay seller Hubcapjoes has been promoting and driving negative PR to his subscribers on YouTube from Facebook talking about such topics as “eBay Rolling Blackouts”, and bad US China sellers, along with many other issues once again giving eBay Inc more and more negative eBay PR while earning money through his Google Adsense account profiting from his YouTube channel. If you are a subscriber to Joseph Demarco’s YouTube channel I suggest you unsubscribe and be careful what you post on his video comments from now on because eBay loves to shoot the messengers and terminate perfect selling accounts and businesses out of spite so don’t be a casualty of war, be careful what you post online it could mean your business!

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