SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies Reviews and Scam, Exposed

SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies Reviews and Scam, Exposed

SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies Reviews and Scam, Exposed

Beware of fake SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies reviews for a fake product called Blake’s Slim Down Gummies that are part of a weight loss diet pill or apple cider vinegar (ACV) supplement gummy ingredients and price scam that mentions the product and SlimDNA Cleanse or Detox, including misleading appearances and mentions of Blake Shelton, Ree Drummond, Kelly Osbourne, and Melissa McCarthy. None of these people have anything to do with any CBD or keto gummies products, nor are they involved with the scam. The SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies reviews appear as fake comments under a fake and scam People magazine article that shows the headline, “After Gaining 117 lbs. During Quarantine, Blake Shelton Reveals His Shocking Secret That Guarantees To Burn Off Unwanted Fat.” Please note that any other companies with the name “Slim DNA” or “Slim” or “DNA” in their name have absolutely nothing to do with this scam. Do not contact them, as they have zero involvement.

I found the fake SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies reviews and weight loss diet pill or supplement gummy scam after an ad was served to me on Instagram that showed Blake Shelton as if he had endorsed the product. That ad led to fake People magazine articles on and other websites, all that appeared to be run or hacked into by scammers.

The SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies scam with the fake reviews includes the following near the bottom of the fake People magazine article: “While Blake’s Slim Down Gummies is selling out around the world, Blake Shelton didn’t want our readers to miss out on experiencing the benefits of Blake’s Slim Down Gummies for themselves. As such, he is offering our lucky readers the chance to try Blake’s Slim Down Gummies! … You can order your Free bottle of the supplement right now from the comfort of your own home. The only thing you’ll need to pay for is the shipping rate, which is less than $6!”

Here’s the truth: The product is not “selling out around the world.” Also, the fake People magazine article said that “the only thing you’ll need to pay for is the shipping rate, which is less than $6.” That is a lie. You will be charged hundreds of dollars, and those charges will keep hitting your credit card every month until you find a way to cancel or get a new credit card.

The SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies scam and fake reviews prey on people with a weight loss miracle ruse. The idea apparently is to talk people into buying the product on with scammy mentions of Dr. Oz, who never endorsed it, as well as the inclusion of various publisher logos like CBS and CNN, who have nothing to do with any of this. Whoever is pushing this is lying to people. I include a SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies customer service and support phone number and email address in the video, if it’s of any help.

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If you did get scammed by this SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies scam, where did your package come from? Was it a purported “fulfillment center” or PO Box in Smyrna, Tennessee, maybe Tampa, Florida, or perhaps Las Vegas, Nevada? Was there another phone number or email? What can you tell me that might help others? Please include information in the comments down below. Thanks for watching.

0:00 Scammy Instagram Ads
0:37 Blake Shelton AI Audio Scam Ad
1:27 How Scammers Cloak Their BS
2:33 Fake People Magazine Article
3:42 SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies Scam
5:05 SlimDNA Keto ACV Gummies Website
6:05 Dr. Oz
7:30 Customer Service and Support Phone Number
8:52 Important Remarks