WTF: 'Shark Tank' Keto Scam on .edu Website

WTF: 'Shark Tank' Keto Scam on .edu Website

WTF: \'Shark Tank\' Keto Scam on .edu Website

This is really, really odd. Why does a Google search result link for UMass Chan Medical School lead to a scam page that claims the entire cast of "Shark Tank" endorsed GoKeto Keto Gummies or other keto products? How is this happening?

In this video, I go in-depth to look at why a .edu website is acting like “Shark Tank” endorsed GoKeto Keto Gummies, even though they didn’t and it’s all a scam. According to a Google cache archive, the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center at UMass Chan Medical School is hosting several pages that make various gibberish claims that apparently act like the cast of the TV show endorsed the products.

The Google search result said, “Is The Keto Pills From Shark Tank Safe,” and was hosted by, which made no sense.

I looked at the Google cache for the search result and loaded the cache page. The fake article began, “The most is the keto pills from shark tank safe extreme solution is to treat them as accelerate weight loss pills sacrificial does the shark tank,” and kept continuing with gibberish. The cast of “Shark Tank” never endorsed GoKeto Keto Gummies or any keto pills or supplements of any kind.

I went back to the Google search results and closed the Google cache page. I clicked the Google search result directly instead of following the link to the cache, and it led to a fake Fox News article that said, “50lbs in 61 Days: New No-Exercise ‘Skinny Pill’ Melts Belly Fat. Why Every Judge On Shark Tank Backed This Product!” It also said, “As seen in,” and mentioned The New York Times, Today, Oprah, StyleWatch, and Redbook, even though none of these news organizations featured GoKeto Keto Gummies, ever.

The fake Fox News article said that sisters named Anna and Samantha Martin “won over the ‘Shark Tank’ panel” and got them to endorse GoKeto Keto Gummies. This was false. Never happened.

Avoid these keto and CBD gummies scams that mention “Shark Tank,” as they’re very suspicious and have just about the scammiest feel of any scam I’ve ever seen.