Shark Tank Keto ACV Gummies Scam, Reviews and Customer Support (Real and Honest)

This video is all about how there's a scam going around for something called Activ Boost Keto Plus ACV Gummies and that it's not legit that Kelly Clarkson or "Shark Tank" endorsed it, and people are looking for reviews and a customer support phone number. I cover all of that here in my video. Activ Boost Keto ACV Gummies is a snake oil product and is simply the latest such keto gummies product name that's been slapped on bottles. The people behind this hot garbage come up with new names all of the time to see what might sell best. Then, they optimize their ad spending toward that specific product. They know that the products don't work. They don't care. They've decided that their purpose in this short life we all live on this planet is to scam people, something that their family and friends probably don't know the full truth about. Anyway, I hope that my video was helpful in aiding you to identify whether or not Activ Boost Keto ACV Gummies is a scam or legit and also that I provided fair reviews and a customer service phone number. Kelly Clarkson and "Shark Tank" have NOTHING to do with Activ Boost Keto ACV Gummies. Sorry, but I have to repeat things like this in the description to satisfy Google and YouTube so that they rank my video highly, hopefully. They apparently can't be bothered to do anything else about the scams, which are appearing in ads on their platforms.

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