A Pure Kana Keto BHB Gummies weight loss scam is making the rounds with fake reviews about a "fat blocking code." This video takes a look at...

Pure Kana Keto Gummies Scam and Fake Reviews, Explained

Pure Kana Keto Gummies Scam and Fake Reviews, Explained

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A Pure Kana Keto BHB Gummies weight loss scam is making the rounds with fake reviews about a "fat blocking code." This video takes a look at the scammy article from a fake publication called The Right Wing Health. The headline claimed, "LIFE-CHANGING: Harvard Medical Student Discovers 1 Secret Mineral That Helps You Lose 52 lbs In 28 Days. Big Pharma Doesn't Want You To Know About This."

This scam article, dubbed an "advertorial," claimed that a woman named Emily Senstrom was "a top medical student at Harvard University." However, no one by this name exists at Harvard, nor did anyone at Harvard do any research or reviews that found some "fat blocking code" or any miracle results regarding Pure Kana Keto Gummies for weight loss.

Know this: Sometimes, scammers or affiliate marketers use product and company names in ways that violate the terms of the company who owns the rights to the products. I mention this fact in the video, too. I'm not sure what's going on with this specific product and scam for Pure Kana Keto BHB Gummies for weight loss, but just be aware of that.

If you made a purchase in the Pure Kana Keto BHB Gummies scam and you fell for the fake reviews, know this: you signed up for a subscription that will bill you hundreds of dollars on a monthly basis. My advice is to call your credit card company to sort out the mess, unless you can find a phone number for this product.

Also, if you ordered Pure Kana Keto BHB Gummies, tell me about the package. Did you receive a parcel with a return address mentioning P.O. Box 7000 in Smyrna, Tennessee, or perhaps a similar address in Tampa, Florida, maybe Georgia, or Las Vegas, Nevada? Let me know if so, and also tell me if you found a phone number and/or a parent company name on your credit card statement. If your comment disappears after you post it, that wasn't me. YouTube automatically filters some comments if they contain mailing addresses, phone numbers, and other info like that.

The website with the weird article about the Pure Kana Keto BHB Gummies scam, dietjourneyguide.com, led to ketopurek.com, which for some reason didn't spell out "kana" all the way. Legal reasons? Not sure. This ketopurek.com website showed customers multiple scams, including publisher logos that have nothing to do with the product, a false mention of Dr. Oz, and so much more. There were so many red flags.

The Pure Kana Keto BHB Gummies scam will likely continue to be used by scammers and affiliate marketers in the future with mentions of "Shark Tank" and perhaps celebrities like Kelly Clarkson, Oprah Winfrey, Drew Carey, Ree Drummond, Dolly Parton, Tiger Woods, Tucker Carlson, Ben Carson, Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, and so many others. Let's hope that the scammers get caught one day. Adios.

Key moments:
0:00 Pure Kana Keto BHB Gummies Scam
1:48 Emily Senstrom at Harvard
3:09 Scams Hurt People
4:39 Free Bottle
5:57 Pure Kana Keto Gummies Reviews (Fake)
7:03 A Pure Kana Keto Gummies Website (ketopurek.com)
9:03 Dr. Oz Scam
9:29 No Customer Service and Support Phone Number

Aired: 2024-06-12T02:49:26+0000

Rating: TV-27

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