Quantum Keto Gummies Oprah, 'Shark Tank,' and Reviews Scam, Explained

Quantum Keto Gummies Oprah, 'Shark Tank,' and Reviews Scam, Explained

Quantum Keto Gummies Oprah, \'Shark Tank,\' and Reviews Scam, Explained

Oprah Winfrey and the cast of “Shark Tank” never endorsed Quantum Keto Gummies or True Boost or any weight loss or diet supplements or gummy products like them, as it’s all a scam that’s pushed by scammers likely residing in India or China.

Oprah’s image and likeness, as well as the image and likeness of the “Shark Tank” cast, are being used by scammers with the Quantum Keto Gummies name, despite not having any authorization to do so from either the celebrities or the company.

In this video, I go in-depth to show exactly what’s happening with the Oprah and “Shark Tank” Quantum Keto Gummies scam, beginning with a scam email that mentioned a True Boost Keto ACV Gummies product. Again, the images and names of the celebrities and company are being used by foreign scammers without their permission.

According to Google Trends, Oprah might be mentioned in various scams for several keto gummies and CBD gummies products.

One Facebook post that I found showed someone pasting a link to a website that went to a fake Time magazine article that pretended that Oprah had endorsed Quantum Keto Gummies on live television, including on Ellen DeGeneres’ old show. This was false. Also, Ree Drummond, a Food Network TV host and food blogger, also never endorsed any of these keto or CBD products.

Please feel free to drop any questions in the comments below. Have discussions. Did you see this Oprah Quantum Keto Gummies scam in the wild? Maybe you saw it with “Shark Tank”? If so, where did you see it? Did you order the product? Were you able to find a way to contact the company to get your money back? If so, please let other commenters know the phone number and email address for the company.