Nature’s Trim Garcinia – Miss USA

This scammer kicks off their web page with this hook, “‘It’s about personal responsibility’ – Miss USA shares simple trick to end obesity after denouncing ObamaCare!,” and then it gets even more ridiculous. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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Neo Hydrate – Tim McGraw & Faith Hill

No two ways about it – country power couple, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, are good-looking people. Also no two ways about it – they didn’t get that way using Neo Hydrate as these scammers would like you to believe! DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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SkinFresh MD Anti-Aging Cream

This SkinFresh MD Anti-Aging Cream scam arrived as spam email with the subject line, “Ellen resigns from her hit show,” and a header stating, “On Ellen Friday, she announced she is resigning effective immediately from her top daytime show.” Ellen does NOT produce, sell, or promote this product. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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VigorThrive – Hugh Hefner

VigorThrive is the latest male sex-enhancing scam to hit the internet. On a site designed to look like Men’s Health magazine, and featuring Hugh Hefner, the scammers pull out all the stops to deceive consumers. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!

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ReVitalize

Big surprise – ANOTHER scam product claiming to have been backed by “every judge” on Shark Tank. This time it’s a skincare product called ReVitalize and everything about the site is a lie. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!

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Online Income

Posing as the Forbes site, this scam leverages the popularity of the Shark Tank team to push their “Heather Smith’s Online Income” work from home scam. This scam could end up costing you thousands of dollars – BEWARE! DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE endorsements!

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When Scammers Photoshop – Fake Celebrity Endorsements

If you’ve been reading my posts, you’re familiar with some of the common methods scammers are using to convince consumers including: FABRIQUOTES: Never-uttered quotes created by scammers and attributed to celebrities. Almost every Fake Celebrity Endorsement has at least one. TESTIPHONIALS: Phony testimonials – complete lies concocted by scammers to make consumers think “real people” who are just like them have tried and loved the product As compelling at those bogus quotes are, few things are more convincing to a buyer who’s at the tipping point than the perfect picture….

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