Destiny Keto Gummies SCAM and FAKE Reviews, Plus Kelly Clarkson and Billy Gardell

Destiny Keto Gummies SCAM and FAKE Reviews, Plus Kelly Clarkson and Billy Gardell

Avoid the Destiny Keto ACV Gummies weight loss scam that shows Kelly Clarkson, Billy Gardell and a bunch of fake reviews. I noticed some AI-generated audio in Facebook and Instagram ads that falsely claimed Kelly Clarkson endorsed Destiny Keto + ACV Gummies for weight loss and that Dolly Parton, Dr. Oz and Jason Aldean all also had something to do with the product. It's not true. The Destiny Keto + ACV Gummies weight loss scam and fake reviews are out there in November 2023, so I recommend being careful and not falling for this kind of nonsense.

The Destiny Keto + ACV Gummies scam and fake reviews claim that you don't need to have any diet or exercise and that a bunch of news websites all reviewed or mentioned the product. It's all fake. It's all fiction. You can't find who is behind the making of these supposed keto gummies for weight loss and that's likely because they don't want their names publicized with so many of these scams out there.

0:00 Kelly Clarkson Scam
2:15 The Keto Gummies Scam
3:00 "Emily Senstrom" Scam
5:02 Fake Reviews for Destiny Keto Gummies
5:26 Destiny Keto Gummies Website
8:38 Customer Service and Support Phone Number and Email Address
10:10 Fake Return Addresses
10:38 It's a Subscription Scam
10:55 Clint Eastwood

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