"Americans tearfully mourn and Say Goodbye To The Beloved Dr. Oz" SCAM

Popup - http://anilineiron.com/fopK44P

Registered in Zuid-Holland, Netherlands via Registrar.eu on May Day 2022 - Whois anilineiron.com


Popup redirects to Time (newbizop22offer.com)

Registered via NameCheap on January 24, 2022 - Whois newbizop22offer.com

Popup is a fake Time article promoting Green Otter CBD Gummies using the likeness of Rachael Ray, The Price is Right host Drew Carey, Tom Hanks, Randy Jackson and Halle Berry.

Associated Phone Numbers:
(629) 207-0698


(866) 631-7293


Associatred Email Address - [email protected]

Associated Physical Address - 2993 Sandy Plains Rd Ste 120, Marietta, GA 30066

Associated Return Address - 1397 Main Street Suite 3000 Sanford ME 04073

According to complaints from the Better Business Bureau, the company will charge their customers up to 5 times the promoted price (marketing ploy) for products that won’t even ship to their houses. The company may also attempt to charge customers on a monthly basis and refuse to cancel.

The popup can also redirect to Revolutionary Pain Relief Product (newbizop22offer.com)

Popup is a fake news article promoting Smilz CBD Gummies using Dr. Oz’s likeness alongside Sam Elliott and Garth Brooks.

Registered via NameCheap on November 18, 2020 (Updated December 2, 2022) - Whois smilzcbdgummies.org

The scammers have also used the likenesses of Keanu Reeves, Mayim Bialik.

Associated Reddit Account - smilzgummicbd (u/smilzgummicbd) - Reddit

Associated Twitter Accounts:
Smilz CBD Gummies Reviews (@SmilzCBDReview) / Twitter
Smilz CBD Gummies Mayim Bialik (@getsmilzcbd) / Twitter
Profile / Twitter
Smilz CBD Gummies (@SmilzGummy) / Twitter
Smilz CBD Gummies Mayim Bialik (@MayimGummies) / Twitter
smilz cbd gummies for sale (@smilzcbdgummys) / Twitter
Profile / Twitter

Associated Phone Numbers:
(424) 309-8373


(844) 423-5386


Associated Email Address - [email protected]

Associated Physical Address - 4935 McConnell Ave STE 3, Los Angeles, CA 90066-6756.

The product is advertised as costing $6.95 for 6 free bottles, but each bottle costs $69.90 + $9.95 in shipping. By default, the site will have users purchase 3 bottles and get 2 free for $198.70 + free shipping.

According to complaints from the Better Business Bureau, the scammers will automatically add more bottles to their customers’ order, will not offer refunds and will occasionally not ship the ordered products.