You can see from the backtrace that visitors are forced to click an eBayListing.php URL 4 seconds after the page loads. This "click" was initiated by a script embedded within the page source. The backtrace will even tell you that the click happened within a function called myTimer, that starts on line 25 of the page source.
Looking at the page source, you can see that the I/O Labs backtrace is exactly correct:
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