Published: Jul 31, 2010 12:36 AM EDT
Updated: Jul 30, 2010 9:18 PM EDT

FORT MYERS, FL- Amit Roy says, "They're trying to blame BP for all the disaster and death through their anger at their logo."

This BP logo splattered with red paint is a constant reminder of the struggle owner Amit Roy deals with every day.

"This is the biggest, worst problem I'm ever seen here."

Over the last few months Roy says someone has written profane messages on these pumps and made threatening phone calls.
Someone even left a dead cat in a bag in front of the pumps.

Roy says, "Well it's a silent message maybe, "you are dead"."

 Financially, Roy says, his situation is even worse.

"We lost quite a bit of money in the month of June, initial estimate 25 thousand dollars."

Valvoline employee Chris Pierce says, that loss has had a ripple effect on his neighboring business.

"All the customers used to come here, don't come here no more, they don't come to our store."

Roy says there seems to be nothing he can do about it.
He's trying to change the brand of the station but says, BP won't let him out of his contract for at least 4 years.
He says right now he'd settle for a name change.

"I'm not afraid, I'm just a little bit sad, because customers misunderstood and boycotted us quietly, they're actually hurting someone like them, a man who is trying to make a living."

FORT MYERS, FL- Amit Roy says, "They're trying to blame BP for all the disaster and death through their anger at their logo."

This BP logo splattered with red paint is a constant reminder of the struggle owner Amit Roy deals with every day.

"This is the biggest, worst problem I'm ever seen here."

Over the last few months Roy says someone has written profane messages on these pumps and made threatening phone calls.
Someone even left a dead cat in a bag in front of the pumps.

Roy says, "Well it's a silent message maybe, "you are dead"."

 Financially, Roy says, his situation is even worse.

"We lost quite a bit of money in the month of June, initial estimate 25 thousand dollars."

Valvoline employee Chris Pierce says, that loss has had a ripple effect on his neighboring business.

"All the customers used to come here, don't come here no more, they don't come to our store."

Roy says there seems to be nothing he can do about it.
He's trying to change the brand of the station but says, BP won't let him out of his contract for at least 4 years.
He says right now he'd settle for a name change.

"I'm not afraid, I'm just a little bit sad, because customers misunderstood and boycotted us quietly, they're actually hurting someone like them, a man who is trying to make a living."