Oprah Warns Fans About Weight Loss Gummies

Oprah Warns Fans About Weight Loss Gummies
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Over the weekend, Oprah Winfrey took to Instagram to warn her fans about fraudulent weight loss gummies that are being advertised using her name and image. In the short video, she clarified that she has no association with these products and urged her followers not to fall for the fake ads.

“A woman came up to me and said, ‘Can you help me get your weight loss gummies?’ And I said, ‘Ma’am, I don’t have anything to do with weight loss gummies,'” Oprah told her 21.6 million followers in the clip. “There have been social media ads, emails, and fake websites going out, and I want you to hear it straight from me that I have nothing to do with them. Please don’t be taken advantage of, and don’t give your personal information to them.”

The fraudulent ads, which have been circulating online, claim that Oprah endorses weight loss gummies that can help people shed unwanted pounds. This is not the first time Oprah’s name and image have been used to promote products without her consent. In 2015, she partnered with WW (formerly known as Weight Watchers) and has always been candid about her own weight loss journey. However, gummies that claim to shed unwanted pounds are not part of her journey.

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A spokesperson for Oprah confirmed that the ads are false and that they are working to stop the fraudulent use of Oprah’s name and image. “There is a company placing fraudulent ads claiming Oprah Winfrey is selling weight loss gummies, using a variety of methods including websites, texts, emails, and social media posts targeting consumers. These ads are false, Oprah Winfrey does not have anything to do with these products. We are working to have the fraudulent use of her name and image stopped,” the spokesperson said in a statement to Oprah Daily.

The issue of fraudulent advertising is a serious one, especially when it comes to weight loss products or any other products that claim to offer miraculous results. Many people fall for these scams, hoping to find a quick fix to their weight or health issues. However, these products are often ineffective and can even be dangerous, as they may contain harmful ingredients that are not listed on the label.

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Oprah’s message is a timely reminder to be cautious and to always verify the authenticity of the products before buying them. It also shows how easily a celebrity’s name and image can be used to promote a product without their consent. Oprah’s fans and followers can take comfort in the fact that she is doing everything in her power to stop the fraudulent use of her name and image and protect them from falling victim to these scams.

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