Gemini Keto Gummies Oprah Scam, Explained (Phone Number, Amazon, Oprah, and Reviews)

Gemini Keto Gummies Oprah Scam, Explained (Phone Number, Amazon, Oprah, and Reviews)

Gemini Keto Gummies Oprah Scam, Explained (Phone Number, Amazon, Oprah, and Reviews)

I decided to make a video about Gemini Keto Gummies and Oprah Winfrey because there’s a scam surrounding the product that involves Amazon product listings, Oprah Winfrey’s image and likeness, and reviews, plus I found the website, phone number, and email address if anyone needs to contact customer service and support.

As I said, I included the Gemini Keto Gummies customer service and support information right off the top, including the website, phone number, and email address. I hope some of you find this helpful if you fell for a fake celebrity endorsement scam and need to cancel your order.

Fake reviews for Gemini Keto Gummies can easily be found online, and they’re really nothing more than product descriptions posted as sponsored content on otherwise credible news websites.

Let me make one thing abundantly clear. Ree Drummond aka “The Pioneer Woman" and Oprah Winfrey never endorsed any keto or CBD gummies products, including Gemini Keto Gummies. These celebrities have nothing to do with these products.

In one Amazon listing that I found, the listing included the words, “Gemini Keto Gummies Weight Loss, Gemini Keto Gummies, Gemini ACV Keto Gomitas Oprah Supplement.” It included the word “Oprah.” That’s scammy. They’re using her name as if she endorsed the product. She never did.

A fake Gemini Keto Gummies “review” on a website called The Week had the headline, “Oprah Winfrey Keto Gummies (Scam OR Legit) ----- ---- Warning?” Super scammy, right? Oprah never endorsed this product.

On Facebook, I found no shortage of Gemini Keto Gummies scam pages that were recently created in July 2022. Those pages claimed Oprah endorsed the product or that there was a product called Oprah Winfrey Keto Gummies. None of this was legitimate.

This video is not about the product Gemini Keto Gummies, but rather serves as a bit of documentation of how scammers continued to use the image and likeness of Oprah Winfrey, Ree Drummond aka “The Pioneer Woman,” and TV show without their authorization.

If you’ve fallen victim to a Gemini Keto Gummies scam or fake “review” or bought an Amazon listing, please let me know in the comments below. Also, feel free to ask me questions about this scam or any scam. My comments are open. Thank you for watching and feel free to hit “Like” (thumbs up) so that Google knows my video is trustworthy, and so other people, including potential victims of scams, might see what I’ve laid out here.