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KetoIQ Keto ACV Gummies Scam with 'Shark Tank' and Kelly Clarkson, Plus Reviews, Amazon and Walmart

KetoIQ Keto ACV Gummies Scam with 'Shark Tank' and Kelly Clarkson, Plus Reviews, Amazon and Walmart

KetoIQ Keto ACV Gummies is the latest supposed weight loss product to be paired up with a scam involving the cast of "Shark Tank" and Kelly Clarkson. No celebrities have ever endorsed keto gummies for weight loss. The reviews for KetoIQ Keto ACV Gummies featuring celebrities are fake and I recommend you do not buy these products anywhere, including Amazon, Justified Laboratories, Vita Hot Deals, Vitamin Place and Walmart. Do not believe them. Go see a doctor if you want to lose weight. Make a plan with a medical professional.

The scam I saw showed bottles of KetoIQ Keto ACV Gummies and mentioned both "Shark Tank" and Kelly Clarkson, even though they have nothing to do with the products. The image and likeness of Clarkson and the cast members of the show have been used for many other CBD and keto gummies products but they have never invested in or had anything to do with any of them.

In my video, I talk about how these scams usually originate in advertising on Facebook and Instagram. In this case, I saw a KetoIQ Keto ACV Gummies ad on Facebook and it led to a fake Fox News article mentioning the celebrities. The fake article wrongly mentioned Jennifer Hudson, Lainey Wilson and other famous people.

My advice if you fell for this scam is to look at the official website and customer support and customer service phone number and email address for KetoIQ Keto ACV Gummies, which I show at the end of this video. Also, call your credit card company. Don't fall for weight loss gummies scams.

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