Keto Scams to Watch For
There are keto scams out there and thousands of people are falling for it.
I’ll tell you all about it… so you don’t fall prey to these shameless con-artists.
It’s a shady umbrella company.
And it’s doing “business” under a ton of different names.
Setting up fly-by-night websites to do their dubious deeds.
Unscrupulously selling “keto pills” under different brands.
Some say they are “exogenous ketones”, others claim to be “natural fat-burners”.
Hiding Their Identity
And they’re really going out of their way so they can’t be traced to a single source.
I’ll admit their marketing is actually quite tempting.
They’re faking things to make it look legit.
That’s why so many people are being scammed out of their money.
They are advertising their websites all across social media.
Claiming that their pills got the biggest deal ever in the “Shark Tank” TV show.
They are telling blatant lies, using false testimonials, and faking “clinical studies”.
These people are using photos of celebrities.
Showing photos of unreal body transformations by ordinary people.
They are STEALING logos from legitimate sources (CNN, Fitness Magazine, MSNBC, etc).
And to top it all off, they are even claiming to be in the Better Business Bureau.
…all in an effort to make you believe their lies.
They’re literally selling a “magic pill” and getting away with it.
So today I’m here to warn you:
DO NOT FALL PREY TO THEIR SCAM.
THEY ARE DIGITAL THIEVES.
THERE IS NO MAGIC PILL.
Before you buy stuff online, you should check for 3 things:
- Make sure that they have a good return/cancellation policy
- Check that there’s a real phone number where you can talk to someone
- Check they really are members of the BBB (Better Business Bureau).
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Have a Happy, Healthy Day
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