Flawless Turmeric Diet Scam

Guess what! Another scam is using the Shark Tank brand (and the ubiquitous “cake” photo) to sell a weightloss “miracle.” This time, it’s Flawless Turmeric Diet. Imagery appropriation and testiphonials including Sandra Bullock, Meghan Mullally, and Eva Longoria support the scam. Also, we at CelebriCHECK would like to point out that this scam is based on turmeric. Skip the scam BS and buy it in the grocery store like everyone else.

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Nouveau Scam is Back (with a Twist)!

The scammers at Nouveau have either lost their minds or changed their minds. Last week, it was Joanna Gaines stolen persona that was used to sell Nouveau’s nonsense. This week, it’s Kate Middleton. Rest assured, whatever face is plastered on Nouveau’s bottles of BS – it’s you that’s getting ROYALLY screwed.

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Gleaming Teeth Scam

BEWARE! Scammers are targeting any self conscious feelings you have toward your teeth! Do you want beautiful bicuspids like Bullock? Marvelous masticators like Mullally? How about desirable dentition like DeGeneres or wondrous  pearly whites like Winfrey? The scammers at Gleaming Teeth are, quite literally BANKING on it! In addition to celebrity testiphonials from the ladies above, they’ve followed the current trend of adding FAKE product placements on Shark Tank. Dealing with Gleaming Teeth scammers will feel like PULLING TEETH!

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Formula Focus Scam

If the scammers behind Formula Focus are using their own product, that should be evidence enough that their “IQ doubling” pill is a catastrophic failure. Scrolling through their “Forbes” article is like strolling down the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Seriously, even Donald Trump makes an appearance! These guys couldn’t even keep their product brand straight as they hobbled from one fabriquote to the next. Honestly though, I’ve never laughed so hard while researching a scam for CelebriCHECK.

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CLA Slim Quick Scam

Unless “CLA” stands for “Clearly Lying A**holes,” this so called “greatest step forward in weightloss [sic] history” is selling nonsense by the bottle! The only thing faker than CLA Slim Quick’s product are the celebrity endorsements the scam is using.

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JULLEN Renewal Scam

The JULLEN Renewal scam is on a website pretending to be the NBC News site and using the headline, “Singer Alicia Keys discovered the Fountain of Youth! Sworn Off Makeup! She QUITS Wearing Makeup… Even On The Red Carpet!” Alicia Keys does NOT produce, sell, or endorse this product so please don’t buy it based on this 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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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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