Keto Pure Diet (KetoXS)
Author identity and qualifications0.0/10
Scientific basis of program2.0/10
Presentation of program0.0/10
- The creators and company do NOT exist. Used fake Fox News page to market it on Facebook
- Fake testimonials with stolen photos
- Just another version of older Keto scams
Don’t waste your money buying Keto Pure Diet because it is a scam! This product is nothing more than another version of established scam Keto Ultra Diet (PureFit Keto) which I exposed here in a review last year. But since this latest keto scam is using a different approach to market itself I’ve decided to dedicate a separate review to it. So sit back, grab your reading glasses (if you use one) and let’s begin!
Keto Pure Diet was created in January 2019. Like many other keto diet pill scams before it, Keto Pure Diet claims to make it possible for you to achieve ketosis quickly without doing all the diet work required for it. According to them, Keto Pure Diet will help you ‘lose weight fast without diet or exercise.’ They go on to say that taking Keto Pure Diet will ‘trigger fat-burning ketosis’ which, in turn, will result in weight loss.
How Keto Pure Diet Works
It’s the same old, boring story. Keto Pure Diet supposedly works by supplying your body with Beta-hydroxybutyric acid (BHB), which is the main ketone produced by the body from fat metabolism for energy. The scammers behind this product claim that flooding your body with this ketone automatically puts your body into ketosis.
To further convince you that their product works, the Keto scammers hilariously attempt to appeal to authority by claiming that a scientific study has confirmed the efficacy of Keto Pure Diet:
LOL these guys are amateurs…
Oh, and by the way, they didn’t even bother to give us a link to the study they are citing. Didn’t expect anything less from them anyway.
Let’s now talk about the reasons why Keto Pure Diet is a scam.
1. The Creators and Company Behind It Do NOT Exist
On looking at the website of Keto Pure Diet, you’ll realize that there is no information about the company or people behind it. There is not even an ‘About Us’ page. All you’ll find is a Contact page that has only one phone number.
Now if that’s not enough to trigger your scam warning alarm, don’t worry. What I’m going to show you next will definitely convince you.
Take a look at the screenshot below.
If you are one of the unlucky few who encountered this fake Fox News page in a Facebook ad and believed what you were told inside, then sorry to break it to you: You were scammed! This is an old-school scam page and tactic often used to market fake weight loss pills. I’m still shocked that this tactic is still being effectively used to scam people.
Anyway, inside this page we’re told the story of two sisters ‘Ana and Samantha Martin’ who supposedly won a Shark Tank competition for discovering ‘the greatest step forward in weight-loss history’. According to the story, Ana and Samantha rebranded their ‘award-winning’ product to Keto Pure Diet (and Keto XS) and ever since, their product has helped countless people lose weight.
The page is complete with a fake Facebook comments section and stolen photo testimonials. Please note that I took this screenshot from the Keto XS version because the Keto Pure Diet version of the fake Fox News page has been taken down.
Well fact is, Keto Pure Diet never appeared on Shark Tank. Fox News never reported on this product, and these ‘sisters’ do NOT exist. End of story.
2. Fake Testimonials With Stolen Photos
All the testimonials used in the Keto Pure Diet website are fake because they are all stolen photos. For example,
- ‘Ashley R.’ is the stolen photo of a woman named Katie. She reportedly lost weight using Turbo Fire, according to the guys at Team Ripped. Also note the date the post was published: October 29, 2015 – 4 years BEFORE Keto Pure Diet was launched.
- ‘Isabella N.’ is just another random stolen photo testimonial used to market several keto scams.
So as you can see, fake testimonials. Not good!
3. Similar To Other Keto Scams PureFit Keto, Keto Ultra Diet
Looking at the website of Keto Pure Diet and Keto XS, I couldn’t help but notice that it’s the same as an older scam I reviewed last December called PureFit Keto (Keto Ultra Diet). Before I wrote this review, Keto Pure Diet and PureFit Keto were sharing the same bottle design and even the same website. But now some radical changes have been made to make both products look different after Keto Ultra Diet, the older version of PureFit Keto, was taken down shortly after my review was published. However they forgot to change their favicons (the image present on the tab of your browser when you open the page) … which are still the same:
Both also make the same claims about ketosis and BHB.
From what I’m seeing here, it looks like we’re dealing with the same scam product being sold under different names. I’m not shocked, believe me.
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Keto Pure Diet. It is A SCAM!
Good luck trying for a refund by calling these scammers’ supplied phone number. You’re better off filing a credit card dispute with your bank.
Important Note: There are several versions of these websites online, but they have the same info in them. The idea is that, in case a particular version of the sites get exposed as scams, they get taken down but other versions replace them. I’ve already seen that done with Keto Ultra Diet, which was taken down and replaced with PureFit Keto. Click here to see the version reviewed here.
Alternatives To Keto Pure Diet
Happily, there are other better, cheaper alternatives to this Keto scam that you can try instead:
1. Thin From Within (Truth About Keto).
This is a program by well-known nutritionist and fitness expert Brad Pilon. He designed this program specifically for women whose metabolism and/or body function has been wrecked by the harsh regimen of keto. It is also suitable for any female seeking to lose weight. Pilon assures that with this program, you will lose weight seamlessly and pleasantly without having to experience the side effects that normally accompany keto. Get the program now or read my review for more details.
This is another weight loss program by Brad Pilon. It is a very famous program that has stood the test of time. Eat Stop Eat is all about how to lose weight and gain muscle by doing the correct form of intermittent fasting. One thing I like about this program is that there is no diet restrictions. You get to eat whatever you want on non-fasting days. Get the program now (also available in paperback at Amazon) or read my review for more details.
3. Stop Fat Storage.
This program by certified nutritionist Janet Hadvill is designed for men and women over 40 who are struggling with losing belly (stress) fat. This program is all about simple dieting and exercise is NOT required. Get the program now or read my review for more details.
Also check out my Whitelist for more weight loss programs if the ones listed above don’t suit your preferences and/or condition. Don’t worry, they have all been scrutinized by me and will honor their money back guarantee should you decide to ask for a refund.
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