Stolen Property on eBay is ok if you’re a Top Rated Seller. In Oradell New Jersey there’s a man named Joseph J De Marco or Demarco. He’s been in the Hubcap business for years selling Hubcaps on eBay Motors. He’s known as “hubcapjoes eBay Stores” in his community but what the community and eBay doesn’t know, is that there is evidence of Hubcapjoes selling stolen Property and knockoffs on eBay Motors.
Hubcapjoes has been involved in lawsuits with eBay buyers, and his selling account has been reported many times to eBay for fraud and abuse. This eBay seller should be terminated from selling on eBay to keep the community safe.
eBay claims to have a Stolen Property Policy but when it comes to certain top rated eBay sellers, their policy goes out the window. eBay also claims to have policies against selling knockoff items as well, but again there’s evidence that knockoff items are sold everyday on eBay by Thrifters, all you have to do is do a search for Handbags and you’ll find many sellers listing illegal items not allowed on eBay. Below is just some of the negative feedbacks Hubcapjoes got before eBay Inc started covering them up for him.
Because he works for eBay as a PR spokesman on YouTube eBay gives this seller a bump in search or more visibility while other small sellers can’t sell anything. Matt Wojciechowski from MI has been helping Joe Demarco smear former sellers on ebay like Charles Fitch.
Is eBay’s Self Proclaimed PR Guy Selling Stolen Property on eBay Motors?
In 2012 Hubcapjoes didn’t want anyone knowing what what type of business he was in (on YouTube) because he buys acquire stolen merchandise through what is called a “Fence”, A fence, also known as a receiver, mover, or moving man, is an individual who knowingly buys stolen goods in order to later resell them for profit. The fence acts as a middleman between thieves and the eventual buyers of stolen goods who may not be aware that the goods are stolen but in this case the Fence is eBay Seller Hubcapjoes who knows for sure some of the high end wheel covers or Hubcaps he sells are stolen.
YouTube is intercepting complaints submitted on Crazeenydriver aka Hubcapjoes? When will YouTube refine it’s content reporting system? eBay Sellers use Anonymous YouTube accounts to abuse former users of eBay. We caught Joe posting on eBayGlitches.com
Joe’s Public Information:
Landline (201) 501-878
Address: 321 Pine St, Haworth, NJ 07641-1304
Eileen A Demarco, Joe Demarco, Karyn M Demarco, Marco Richard T De, Richard Demarco, Denise L Demarco, Maria Denise Demarco, Matthew J Demarco, Nicholas L Demarco, Nicholas J Demarco, Christopher J Demarco, Jennifer C Demarco, Jenny Demarco, Julie A Demarco
Associates of Joe:
Brian J Corrado, Carole C Corrado, Clifford A Mohwinkel, John Michael O’Halloran, Joseph Sean O’Halloran, Kenneth V Corrado, Maureen E O’Halloran, Santo A Corrado, Sean Jo O’Halloran
The crime is separate from robbery, extortion, or theft. Receiving stolen property is a crime in order to deter people from aiding or rewarding thieves by buying stolen property, concealing stolen property, and to deter theft in general. Receiving stolen property may be a misdemeanor or felony. Below in the video an Investigator Speaks Out about How the Auto Parts Fraud Business Works, and In this instance he talks about how Hubcapjoes uses Motorcycle Carriers to Steal the Hubcaps off City vehicles and Transport the Stolen Property to the Salvage Yard for Joseph De Marco to pickup. Joseph De Marco is the “Fence” in this instance because he’s placing the items up for sale online so he can get rid of the evidence real fast.
In the listing below Joe Demarco tries to sell a single Hubcap for a 1991 1992 Buick Roadmaster and in the eBay Motors description for item number 372365671459 he notes that the Locks and Hardware are not available. Usually when wheel locks and hardware aren’t available, it’s because the caps were forced off the wheels with a tool in a hurry and you’ll never get the hardware or the lock keys because the owner has them. He wants $35 for shipping and he does not pay for return shipping or give refunds. If your hubcaps have been stolen in the New Jersey and downtown New York, or areas of New Milford or Queens, please report it to the Bergen County Police Department.