Maggie Beer Keto Gummies Scam

Scammers are fraudulently using Maggie Beer’s name and likeness to sell weight-loss gummies

Disappointingly, scammers are using Maggie Beer’s name and likeness to fraudulently con Australians into buying weight-loss gummies. The listings for these gummies claim that Maggie Beer herself has used the gummies to lose weight and that she endorses them.

Maggie Beer and the Maggie Beer Holdings team DON’T offer gummies of any sort, nor do we endorse them.

We’ve observed that scammers are using the following product names to sell the gummies:

  • Maggie Beer CBD gummies
  • Maggie Beer keto gummies
  • Maggie Beer weight-loss gummies
  • Keto gummies Maggie Beer
  • People’s keto gummies
  • OEM keto gummies Maggie Beer

Sometimes, they also claim that the gummies contain CBD (a compound found in cannabis) and are keto-friendly (a low-carbohydrate, fat-rich diet). We don’t know what is in these gummies or where they come from; they could potentially be dangerous.

If you see an ad for the gummies, we urge you not to click on it, give the scammers personal or payment information, or buy the gummies. We would also appreciate it if you sent it to our lovely customer service team.

You can contact the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) or Scamwatch if you purchased the gummies. Your bank may also be able to reverse the transaction.

The Maggie Beer Holdings team is working diligently to shut down the scams and protect our community. We ask that you please warn your friends and family members about this dreadful scam.

Click here if you’d like to watch Maggie’s statement about the scam.

Warm wishes,

Team Maggie Beer

Examples of fraudulent Maggie Beer weight-loss gummies listings