Supreme Keto or CBD Gummies Scam and Reviews, Explained

Supreme Keto or CBD Gummies Scam and Reviews, Explained

Supreme Keto or CBD Gummies Scam and Reviews, Explained

People are searching on Google for Supreme Keto or CBD Gummies with the words scam, reviews, price, and other terms, and I believe I figured out why. I'm not going to give you a link or anything. I'm not an affiliate marketer. I hunt down scams.

Right off the top, let me tell you that scammers often use the names of these CBD and keto gummies products without the permission of the company, which was what was happening here. Any company with the name Supreme Keto or CBD Gummies has nothing to do with these scams. Also, the scammers use the image and likeness of celebrities without their authorization, like how the cast of a TV show with investors, Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, Oprah Winfrey, and others usually show up in fake endorsements, even though they have nothing to do with the products.

So here's what I found. A Google search for Supreme Keto or CBD Gummies with the words scam, legit, reviews, price, and other terms, brought me to what I expected to find, based on my past reporting and research of these kinds of scams. A website based in India was pushing an article with the headline, “[USA Exposed] Supreme Keto or CBD Gummies UK Reviews Exposed Do Not Buy Before Read Ingredients Side Effects Cost?” Again, I've been reporting about these CBD and keto gummies scams for a few years, and India usually pops up like this.

The Indian websites that I found that mentioned Supreme Keto or CBD Gummies all had suspicious links that I did not click, and I recommend you don’t click them either. Again, it appeared that scammers, possibly in India and China, were using these product names without the authorization of the companies.

And again, be on the lookout for fake celebrity endorsements for various products that claim they’ll help you lose weight or will help you overcome some disease. There are so many scammers out there that are trying to convince people that Oprah Winfrey and other big-name celebrities endorsed CBD and keto gummies, and it’s all lies. So this is not a product review, but rather my way of trying to educate the public about these scams. This is just another update to this world of CBD and keto gummies scams.

As always, I hope you got something out of this video. I’m making all of these videos on my own time on nights and weekends to help people. There’s just not enough time during the day to publish reporting about all of the scams out there, so I am spending my free time to help people out. It would really help me out if you could click the like button below and also to subscribe. Also, check out the pinned comment down below which has a link to my brief film that shows before and after photos comparing the exact same locations in New York City in the 1870s and 1880s, to present-day. Another link is to a full-length New York history documentary. I’ve also explored an abandoned island resort and even an abandoned town in the woods. It’s pretty cool stuff, it’s way more interesting than scams, and I hope you can check it out.

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