This scammer has created a page that’s supposed to make you think you’re reading an article in InTouch Magazine. They’ve even included “before and after” pictures of Melissa McCarthy to encourage your sale.
DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!
For starters, the woman in the purple shirt is NOT “Amanda Haughman” as they claim in their article. Her real name is Mary Maxwell. She’s 24 years old and she has lost 165 pounds (Gastric Bypass surgery and hard work) after losing her immediate family members to obesity-related complications. You can see the GoFundMe page where she is trying to raise money to remove the excess skin resulting from that weight loss.
As if that’s not enough, they go on to say that Amanda (who is not really Amanda) shared her secret with her close friend, Mark, who had also been struggling with his weight.
Well, at least they got Mark’s name right, but he’s not a friend of “Amanda” and he did not lose his weight using this crappy product. His real name is Mark Smithers and he lost all that weight through diet and exercise. You can read his story here.
Bottom line, scammers are pushing products that DON’T WORK so they have to steal pictures of people who lost weight through other methods and pass them off as their own.
Do you REALLY want to buy a product from someone who would resort to those measures? Nah, I didn’t think so!
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