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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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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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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Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer

The scammers who are selling Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer tell so many lies even THEY can’t keep them straight. In this ad they claim Elisabeth Hasselbeck left The View to start this product line, but they trip over themselves by saying it was Joy Behar who owns the project. Seems they need a map to track their lies. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

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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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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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Scam: Beaute Anti-Aging Serum – Melania Trump

Scammers are working their way through the first family. I’ve posted about scams featuring the POTUS, Ivanka and Ivana, and now this skin care scam featuring FOTUS – Melania Trump. She does NOT endorse this product. DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements.

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