People are searching Google for Oprah keto gummies Amazon and they're doing it because of a scam that also involves a TV show with investors. In reali...

Oprah Keto Gummies Amazon Scam, Explained

Oprah Keto Gummies Amazon Scam, Explained

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People are searching Google for Oprah keto gummies Amazon and they're doing it because of a scam that also involves a TV show with investors. In reality, Oprah Winfrey and the TV show never endorsed keto gummies, and any such products that show up on Amazon with either her first or last name in them are part of a scam. The Oprah keto gummies Amazon scam has been going on for quite a long time, and this wasn't the first time I covered the subject.

In this video, I dive in and explore the world of Oprah's image and likeness being used in keto gummies scams on Amazon, as well as the same for the cast of the show. I talk about how these scams usually begin in Facebook ads that show Oprah's image and likeness next to bottles of keto gummies. Then, the scam continues to a fake article that mention's Oprah by name and shows her photos, and pretends to be an article from Fox News, ABC News, Time magazine, Us Weekly, etc. In that fake article is a link that leads to a keto gummies product page that mentions nothing of Oprah at all. This absence of Oprah on the product page leads users to Google where they search for her supposed keto gummies on Amazon, even though she never endorsed any such products.

If you have purchased any keto gummies products under the belief that Oprah or "the show endorsed the items that you bought, whether on Amazon or elsewhere, please include in the comments below the name of the company that appeared on your credit card statement and also the phone number as well. Both of those pieces of information are very valuable to other people who are looking for answers and customer service contact information.

Again, Oprah never endorsed keto gummies and any attempt to find the fake product on Amazon will fail, because it doesn't exist. It is a scam.

I hope my video helped a little bit. If you fell for these scams, I recommend contacting the payment method you used to ask that company or bank what you should do, whether it’s a bank, credit card company, or payment method like Paypal, Venmo, CashApp, Zelle, etc. I’m spending my free time to make these videos like this one about the Oprah keto gummies Amazon scam that also involves the TV show. There are so many scams out there. Every day brings new scams, and you can only report on so many of them. But I figured I could do a little more on my own time on nights and weekends, and that’s exactly what I’m doing now. Scams can sometimes hurt people. Scams can take money from people. And not everyone has money to spare. So I hope I can help you on my channel. So please click the Like button, the thumbs up button, and subscribe.

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0:00 Oprah Never Endorsed Keto Gummies
1:10 TV Show Keto Gummies Scam
2:49 Oprah Keto Gummies Amazon Search
3:43 Oprah Evidence on Amazon
5:47 Evidence on Amazon
7:04 Facebook Ads with Oprah and Keto Gummies
9:13 If You Were Scammed

Aired: 2024-06-12T03:08:25+0000

Rating: TV-27

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