Keto Blast Gummy Bears Reviews ‘Shark Tank’ Scam, Explained

Keto Blast Gummy Bears Reviews ‘Shark Tank’ Scam, Explained

Keto Blast Gummy Bears Reviews ‘Shark Tank’ Scam, Explained

Keto Blast Gummy Bears reviews can easily be found in Google News search results, but beware of the fact that many of them appear to be affiliated with a celebrity endorsement scam that involves the cast of “Shark Tank,” and says that they said the products "really work." Here’s what this is all about.

For years, the images and likenesses of the cast of the “Shark Tank” TV show have been used in various scams, in particular about CBD and keto products. In this latest case, the cast of “Shark Tank” is being used in a scam in association with supposed reviews for Keto Blast Gummy Bears, and at the same time the words "really work" were trending.

Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Barbara Corcoran, Mark Cuban, Kevin O'Leary, Daymond John, Chris Sacca, and Kevin Harrington have never endorsed any CBD or keto oil or gummies products.

A Google News search for Keto Blast Gummy Bears reviews shows a bunch of articles that may at first appear to be reviews. However, a closer look revealed that they were all little more than sponsored content stories that served up product descriptions. Basically, someone was paying for these supposed reviews to appear on these websites as a way of trying to bring in people who might be looking up information on Keto Blast Gummy Bears. It’s unclear what the scammers were trying to do with the links in these articles. Also unclear was how the company behind the products were trying to ensure that these scams were investigated and shut down.

Aside from the Keto Blast Gummy Bear reviews, what I didn’t include in this story was the fact that there are a massive amount of strange pages on Facebook for the product. Most of these pages have either zero or one like and likely were only created so that they would potentially show up as a search results on Google.

This video is not about the product Keto Blast Gummy Bears, but rather serves as a bit of documentation of how scammers continued to use the “Shark Tank” name without any authorization.

If you’ve fallen victim to a CBD or keto scam or any other scam, 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.