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Back in June, we created a YouTube video titled Biggest Keto SCAM ever! (SHARK TANK KETO SCANDAL) and were absolutely astounded by the response. At the time of recording our second part to this video, we had over 300 comments from individuals who had either almost been scammed by this company, or who had unfortunately not seen our video before purchasing these pills and lost hundreds of dollars. If you haven’t seen that video, we highly recommend you watch that before watching this video.
So, What Is This Keto Diet Pill Scam?
If you are on social media, chances are you have seen advertisements for the groundbreaking Shark Tank Keto Diet Pills or the amazing diet pills Sarah from Stanford created to melt the fat right off your body. If this sounds too good to be true, it probably is. These pills were never on Shark Tank (or Dragon’s Den for those of you in Britain) nor did Melissa McCarthy, Kevin Smith, or Chrissy Teigen lose weight taking them.
These keto diet pills are a cheap, 800mg BHB pill that will have no effect on your body. People are falling for the celebrity weight loss photos and claims of quick fat loss, buying the cheap free trial, and having their credit cards charged hundreds of dollars. And the worst part? Most people aren’t even receiving the product. Contacting customer service is impossible and the only way to get them to stop billing your card is to flat out cancel it.
This company has even gone as far as to either endorse or create a fake supplement review websites. We were contacted by ketogenicsupplementreviews.com about their educational keto content. After looking at their website, nothing seemed out of the ordinary for a review site. After all, they have around 100 product reviews/breakdowns and educational articles and they all seemed moderately scientific. It seemed legitimate until we read their page on the PureFit Keto pills, aka the keto diet scam pills. This review was extremely biased and completed untrue.
When investigating these pills, we realized it was more than just one product being sold. Every time you click on their link, the pop-up page is for a new keto weight-loss pill, with a completely different name and packaging, but the same claims/results and before/after photos. Here are just some names of the pills we have found so far:
• PureFit Keto
• Keto Rapid Max Pure
• Keto Legend
• Holistic Bliss Keto
• Keto Supreme
• Keto Max Burn
• Keto RX
• Envy Naturals Keto
• Ultra Apex Keto
• Maxwell Keto
Have you seen any more names? Leave then in the comment section below so others will know to avoid it too!
Here are some quick tips for avoiding any diet pill scams:
➞ BHB is not efficacious under a minimum of 3g. You can not fit this quantity in a pill form, so try to avoid pill forms of BHB.
➞ If a product claims to have dramatic results, make sure these results are cited. If there are no studies to prove its effects, it probably doesn’t really have any.
➞ Do your research on reputable sites. Use PubMed or Google Scholar to find published papers on ingredients. Find out what dose you need for the product to be effective.
➞ Reach out to trusted resources. You can always DM Ketogenic.com on Instagram or Dr. Ryan Lowery on Instagram and ask for advice.
➞ Spread the word! Just because you will not fall for this scam, it doesn’t mean that someone you know or love will not. Let’s get the word out there that this product is a scam and save as many people as possible from the headache and loss of hundreds of dollars.
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