Ignite Keto Gummies 'Shark Tank' and Kelly Clarkson Scam and Fake Reviews

Ignite Keto Gummies 'Shark Tank' and Kelly Clarkson Scam and Fake Reviews

Beware of an Ignite Keto ACV Gummies "Shark Tank" scam that's out there with fake reviews that claims various celebrities endorsed the product such as Martha Stewart, Dr. Oz, Dolly Parton, Snoop Dogg, Kelly Osbourne, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Rachael Ray, Melissa McCarthy and other famous people, and also claims there's a something happening with Sports Illustrated or Fox News. It's all fictional. Don't believe it.

Ignite Keto ACV Gummies is a product with scams surrounding it as well as fake reviews that are kind of nothing more than fabricated comments. Sometimes scammers and affiliate marketers use product and company names in ways that are without permission, so I just wanted to mention that.

One Ignite Keto ACV Gummies scam website claimed with fake reviews that CBS, NBC, CNN, Women's Health, Woman's World, Honolulu Magazine and the Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism medical journal all endorsed, mentioned or reviewed the product, when in fact they never did. It's unclear why those publisher logos were included on the page, other than to blatantly lie to people in the hope of making money based on scams.

If you're looking for a customer service and support phone number for Keto ACV Gummies, I found 8552014122. I hope that's helpful. This number was working as of early October 2023.

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