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TrimKeto Boost Keto + ACV Gummies Scam with Kelly Clarkson, Plus Reviews

TrimKeto Boost Keto + ACV Gummies Scam with Kelly Clarkson, Plus Reviews

In early April 2024, I noticed an ad going around online reading, "Kelly Clarkson is now so thin and looks like a model." This ad was for a TrimKeto Boost Keto + ACV Gummies scam. Kelly Clarkson has never endorsed keto gummies, nor has Dr. Ángeles Morón Ortiz or any other credible person. Do not order keto gummies, including from Walmart and Amazon. This product might also be listed as TrimBoost Keto ACV Gummies, which would also be a scam. These products are not a solid investment for weight loss. They have so, so, so many scams surrounding them. Also, good luck finding out who makes the products, who works for the supposed companies, where the products were made, etc. Would you really consume a product if you didn't know where it came from?

I clicked on the ad and it led me to a website designed to look like a legitimate news article. However, it was anything but legitimate. The fake news article with the WJZ News logo read, "She has amazingly lost 47 pounds! Something that changed my life in 2023." The scam article showed pictures of Kelly Clarkson and claimed she lost weight with TrimKeto Boost Keto + ACV Gummies, which isn't true. Again, it might also go under the name of TrimBoost Keto ACV Gummies. Scammers do this sort of thing with famous people all of the time. They take the image and likeness of a celebrity and falsely claim they endorsed a gummies product even though they have nothing to do with it.

I am not sure what's happening specifically with TrimKeto Boost Keto + ACV Gummies, but there are so many scam products out there just like these that are all labeled as keto ACV gummies. There are scam claims surrounding them saying they were endorsed by "Shark Tank" and Oprah Winfrey, and that you can "melt fat fast without diet or exercise," which is always the sign of a weight loss supplement scam. There have been so many different names of these keto gummies products, and there seems to be a new one almost every single day. My thinking has always been that it's the exact same product in most of the bottles, but the people behind the creation of the products are just trying out different names for marketing purposes.

With products like TrimKeto Boost Keto + ACV Gummies and the scam funnel like the one I show in this video, people who unfortunately make purchases will end up paying subscription fees of hundreds of dollars per month. Sometimes the return addresses are fake. You can't easily find much information about who created these products, likely because they want to keep raking in the money without being exposed. It's all so terrible.

I hope that this video helped you a bit. Do not order keto gummies. Instead, go see a doctor and come up with a weight loss plan.

0:00 Kelly Clarkson Weight Loss Scam Ad
0:11 Fake WJZ News Article
0:35 TrimKeto Boost Keto + ACV Gummies
1:30 TrimKeto Boost Keto + ACV Gummies Scam Official Website
2:20 TrimKeto Boost Keto + ACV Gummies Customer Support Phone Number
2:36 Closing Remarks
3:20 How You Can Help

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