This video is all about SlimLife Evolution Keto Gummies scam (or Slim Life Keto Gummies) with fake reviews that claim country singer and "Yellows...

SlimLife Evolution Keto Gummies Reviews and Scam: Explained

SlimLife Evolution Keto Gummies Reviews and Scam: Explained

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This video is all about SlimLife Evolution Keto Gummies scam (or Slim Life Keto Gummies) with fake reviews that claim country singer and "Yellowstone" star Lainey Wilson, Dr. Andrew Weil, and other celebrities endorsed these supposed "miracle root" or "Konjac root" weight loss products that can help you "melt fat fast" with "no diet or exercise." Do not fall for keto gummies scams that claim you can easily lose weight. Note that the product and scam have nothing to do with Slimlifevip or other similarly-named products.

SlimLife Evolution Keto Gummies are being featured online with various celebrities providing reviews of the scam, as if they endorsed keto gummies for weight loss. However, no celebrities or famous people of any kind have ever endorsed any keto gummies for weight loss.

The supposed customer service and support phone number for SlimLife Evolution Keto Gummies is 8443429746. The word "revolution" might be used in some instances instead of "evolution."

I first noticed this scam going around online in search results and then saw the Lainey Wilson scam that showed a before and after weight loss transformation as if it represented her loss of weight due to SlimLife Keto Gummies. The headline of a fake article on Shape read, "After Near-Fatal Reaction to Ozempic, Superstar Lainey Wilson Is Forced to Find Safer All-Nautral Alternative To Reverse Diabetes and Lose 45 Lbs in Just 6 Weeks." Meta allows these ads to run on Facebook and Instagram, meaning that they are accepting money from scammers.

The SlimLife Keto Gummies scam and fake reviews will lead you to a product purchase page that will ask for your credit card number. making a purchase of these products through Scam websites will charge your credit card hundreds of dollars a month. The purchases from scam websites are subscriptions for monthly recurring charges. These charges might average around $2,400 a year. In other words, you do not want to get involved in this.

I've been covering keto gummies scams for quite a while. I'm a reporter by day on another website. This is my personal YouTube channel where I make videos about scams and other subjects on nights and weekends. The SlimLife Keto Gummies pages I show in this video are simply the latest scams that scammers and affiliate marketers are using in order to try to obtain lots of money from potential victims who might not do proper research and to figuring out whether or not something is a scam.

My advice if you purchased SlimLife Keto Gummies from a scam website, that is, if calling the customer service and support number did not work, is to call your credit card company and alert them of the fact that you have been scammed. Let them know you would like to obtain a refund.

Key Moments:
0:00 Lainey Wilson Weight Loss Scam
1:15 Fake Article
2:58 Clint Eastwood's Lawsuit Settlements
4:00 Other Celebrity Mentions
4:46 "Miracle Konjac Root"
5:51 Subscription Scam
6:16 SlimLife Keto Gummies Reviews (Fake)
7:57 SlimLife Keto Gummies Phone Number
8:56 If You Were Scammed

Aired: 2024-06-12T03:03:03+0000

Rating: TV-27

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