It’s early December 2022 and a Tru Bio Keto Gummies scam about “Shark Tank” is going around with reviews that aren’t really re...

Tru Bio Keto Gummies Reviews and Scam for 'Shark Tank,' Explained

Tru Bio Keto Gummies Reviews and Scam for 'Shark Tank,' Explained

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It’s early December 2022 and a Tru Bio Keto Gummies scam about “Shark Tank” is going around with reviews that aren’t really reviews, and I want to talk about it. You don’t necessarily need to watch. You can throw your phone on your bed or put it down on the kitchen counter and listen. I will be showing some stuff, but I’ll explain everything too in case you just want to listen. Also, feel free to speed up this video to 1.5x or 2x if you want it to go faster. Just click the little gear icon below and set the playback speed. No one on "Shark Tank" ever endorsed any CBD or keto gummies, and that includes Tru Bio Keto Gummies.

This Tru Bio Keto Gummies scam and the reviews I found online appeared to come from scammers in countries likely including India and China. Some of them are using the image and likeness of the “Shark Tank” TV show cast without their permission. They’re also using the company name without authorization, meaning that there’s no evidence that the company that makes Tru Bio Keto Gummies has any involvement with the scam or fake reviews. I’ve done some reporting about this world of CBD and keto scams before. This video is just an update to the seemingly neverending onslaught of these scams. I could write 100 articles about this subject.

First off, if we search Google for Tru Bio Keto Gummies we see reviews and scam and also "'Shark Tank' episode" show up at the bottom. People are looking for this nonexistent episode because they were led to believe in social media ads or emails or websites that there was an episode where the cast of the TV show endorsed CBD and keto gummies. Again, this never happened.

Now if we do a simple Google search for Tru Bio Keto Gummies regarding the reviews and scam, here's what shows up at the top. Notice that these are ads. Google is allowing these ads to run, despite the fact that they're associated with a scam. This first one here says "'Shark Tank' #1 Weight Loss Pill Keto Diet Pills #1 USA." The second one says "#1 'Shark Tank' Weight Loss Keto Gummies 90% Off." And the fourth one says "#1 Shark Tank Keto Gummies Top Keto Gummies 90% Off." By the way, notice here what one of the advertisers is apparently trying to do. They have the "a" letters in "Shark Tank" appearing as alternate letters like "a," compared to the other two ads above. See the difference in the lowercase "a" letters? This was possibly done to keep Google from detecting that "Shark Tank" appeared in these ads, so they could continue to run their scam. I've seen this before. Google should know better by now.

Let's see what happens when we click one of these ads. And look here. This website is not the "Today" Show. This is lpxtp dot fit. I don't recommend visiting it. At the top it says "Entertainment Today Insider News" and the browser icon is the "Today" show icon. It says, "Weight Loss Pill That Naturally Burns Fat Gets Biggest Deal In Shark Tank History." This page also falsely claims that The New York Times, Today, Oprah Magazine, StyleWatch, and Redbook endorsed this. Funny that they would show the "Today" show logo considering this scam website is pretending to be "Today." If we scroll down, you can see what this really is. They're using the episode milestone photo to pretend that the "Shark Tank" cast was celebrating endorsing CBD and keto gummies, which is not true. They also talk about how sisters named Anna and Samantha Martin "won over the 'Shark Tank' panel," which was not true either. Right now this page says it’s about Keto Weight Loss Keto Gummies.

Now let’s look at some of the Tru Bio Keto Gummies reviews associated with this scam. The first result for reviews for the Tru Bio Keto Gummies scam was this one from Outlook India which I see a lot with these sorts of scams. The headline reads, "Tru Bio Keto Gummies Reviews (Fraudulent Exposed) Is It Really Work?" And as you can tell, the English is not really correct here. If we scroll down past all of this information, which is really more of a product pitch and not a review, it says, "Disclaimer: The above is a sponsored post, the views expressed are those of the sponsor/author and do not represent the stand and views of Outlook Editorial." This means that someone paid for this article to go up. It is not a product review. It is a product pitch.

And let's take a guess of what we can find when we do a search of Facebook for Tru Bio Keto Gummies. The first result is "Tru Bio Keto Gummies Shark Tank." Next, "Tru Bio Keto Gummies Shark Tank Reviews."

So this is not a product review, but rather my way of trying to educate the public about these scams. I tried to walk through every step of this. This is just another update to this world of CBD and keto gummies scams. I highly recommend avoiding these scam emails and scam websites that claim big-name celebrities endorsed various products.

0:00 Intro
1:22 Scammy Google Ads
2:34 Fake "Today" Article
3:42 Fake "Reviews" from India
5:39 Scammy Facebook Pages
6:09 Closing

Aired: 2024-06-12T03:01:01+0000

Rating: TV-27

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