ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies 'Shark Tank' Scam and Reviews, Explained

ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies 'Shark Tank' Scam and Reviews, Explained

Beware of a ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies "Shark Tank" weight loss scam and fake reviews that claim the cast of the show along with Melissa McCarthy, Drew Carey, and Jennifer Hudson all endorsed the product, as well as scammy mentions of USA Today, a fake "top medical student at Harvard University" named Emily Senstrom, "one secret mineral," CBS News, NBC, CNN, Women's Health, Woman's World, Honolulu Magazine, Dr. Mehmet Oz of the "Dr. Oz" talk show, and the Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism medical journal.

The ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies "Shark Tank" weight loss scam and fake reviews first came to my attention on July 29, 2023, when I saw a Facebook ad featuring three people from "Shark Tank." They have nothing to do with the product. The headline in a fake USA Today article on read, "LIFE-CHANGING: The University of Harvard Medical Student Discovers One Secret Mineral That Helps You Lose 52 lbs In 28 Days. 'Shark Tank' Invests 50 Million Dollars To 'One Secret Mineral' Weight Loss Pills." This article was never published by USA Today.

After the fake USA Today article, I was led to, apparently a website for ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies that may have been the official online presence for the product. This website contained multiple lies that were massive red flags, to say the least.

Know this: Sometimes, scammers or affiliate marketers use product and company names in ways that violate the terms of the company who owns the rights to the products. I'm not sure what's going on with this specific product and scam for ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies for weight loss, but just be aware of that.

If you made a purchase in the ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies scam and read through what you thought were legit reviews, know this: you signed up for a subscription that will bill you hundreds of dollars on a monthly basis. My advice is to call your credit card company to sort out the mess, unless you can find a phone number for this product.

Also, if you ordered ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies and fell for the fake reviews, tell me about the package. Did you receive a parcel with a return address mentioning P.O. Box 7000 in Smyrna, Tennessee, or perhaps a similar address in Tampa, Florida, maybe Georgia, or Las Vegas, Nevada? Let me know if so, and also tell me if you found a phone number and/or a parent company name on your credit card statement. If your comment disappears after you post it, that wasn't me. YouTube automatically filters some comments if they contain mailing addresses, phone numbers, and other info like that.

The ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies scam will likely continue to be used by scammers and affiliate marketers in the future with mentions of "Shark Tank" and perhaps celebrities like Kelly Clarkson, Oprah Winfrey, Drew Carey, Ree Drummond, Dolly Parton, Tiger Woods, Tucker Carlson, Ben Carson, Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, and so many others. Let's hope that the scammers get caught one day. Adios.

Key Moments:
0:00 ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies 'Shark Tank' Scam
2:23 Fake USA Today Article
3:47 Emily Senstrom from Harvard Is Fake
5:38 ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies Reviews (Fake)
6:01 ProHealth Keto ACV Gummies Website (Official?)
7:01 Dr. Oz Weight Loss Gummies Scam
7:24 Customer Support Phone Number
7:35 Subscription Scam