Nuvitaskin – Ellen DeGeneres

This Nuvitaskin scam arrived as spam email with the subject line, “Ellen announces shes been fired from her show (ABC),” and a header stating, “On Thursday, Ellen shocks audience members by announcing her resignation live on air.” DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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Bill O’Reilly – Pure Tilt Forskolin

According to this scammer, Bill O’Reilly was fired not due to sexual harassment allegations, but because he was using Pure Tilt Forskolin. Yep. You heard it here first… unless of course you received the same spam email I did! DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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Avinol PM – A Sleep Aid Scam You’ll Lose Sleep Over

Another day, another inbox full of spam, including this one that arrived with the subject line, “Shocking report by ABC on Dr.Oz!,” and featuring the image at the head of this post. They’re calling it Avinol PM and, I have no doubt they’re hoping it sounds enough like Tylenol PM to sound legit. For the record, Dr. Oz does NOT sell, promote or endorse this product. Silly scammers, don’t they know we’re sleeping with one eye open because people like them are lurking around every corner? DO NOT purchase this…

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Derma Lux Anti Aging Moisturizer and Derma Lux Instant Eye Treatment

Here’s the bait line for this scam, “Cha-Ching! Judge Judy Cashes In $200 Million For Departure From Her Show, Her Fans Are Shocked (And Overjoyed) With What She’s Doing Now.” Yep, previously the scammers were telling us that Ellen is leaving TV to start her skin care line. Now, they’re telling us that Judge Judy has left to start her skin care line. AND… in strange twist, this one claims that Ellen has said she’ll be a “Fan for Life” of Judge Judy’s product. Neither Judge Judy nor Ellen are…

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DermaGlo “Wrinkle Miracle”

While I was watching a video on YouTube, I glanced at the suggested videos in the right column and spotted one featuring Dr. Oz’s photo and a claim of a “Miracle Wrinkle” treatment. What I found was a brazen scam that managed to weave in a BUNCH of celebities! Dr. Oz does NOT sell, promote, or endorse DermaGlo. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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Pro Lean Forskolin

Arrived as spam in my inbox with the sender listed as “Oz Weight Solution” and the subject line “”The secret to how Christina Aguilera got her slim figure for bathing suit weather.” This product is NOT endorsed or sold by Dr. Oz, Christina Aguilara, or any of the other celebrities mentioned in this celebrity-filled scam. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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VMax – ED Cure

Another scammer trying to pump their “ED cure” into the marketplace by falsely leveraging the names of Shark Tank and Robert Herjavec. Neither Shark Tank nor Herjavec are promoting or endorsing this product. Oh, and neither does Peyton Manning – whose name they also use in their ads! DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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Viarexin – ED Cure

Where to begin… This scam arrived in my inbox with the subject line, “Angelina Jolie Reveals Brad’s Love-Making Tips,” and a post header stating, “Shocking News: Angelina Jolie Reveals The All-Natural Miracle Pill That Cured Brad’s ED Permanently! Angelina: ‘Special Thanks To Dr. OZ’.” Rest assured, neither Brad, Angelina or Dr. Oz are promoting or endorsing this product! DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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Pure Tilt Garcinia – Megyn Kelly

Arriving as a spam email with the subject line, “Awful Acts Committed By Megyn Kelly On Fallon,” this is another come-on being used by Pure Tilt Garcinia scammers. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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