If you have found this article, chances are you are looking at purchasing keto diet pills. Luckily, you did your research before checking out and giving this company your card information! We are here to warn you that One Shot Keto pills are a scam.
For the past three years, Ketogenic.com has released countless articles, videos, and social media posts to try and inform the world about this scam. These keto diet pills are completely fake. The company will steal your credit card or bank account information and charge you hundreds of dollars.
Contacting customer service is of no use. After all, this is a scam company. They might promise a refund, but out of the hundreds of people we have spoken with, not a single person has ever received a refund.
So, What Is One Shot Keto?
One Shot Keto is just another fake company name in the list of hundreds that are a part of this scam. Some advertisements claim to have been on Shark Tank (the Sharks have confirmed this is not true) and some claim to help you lose 100+ pounds in a matter of days.
Even if these “miracle” pills were able to magically melt off fat, most victims of this scam never even receive a product. Those who do receive a product are urged not to take them. These pills are completely unregulated and untested. The ingredients will not help with weight loss and will likely do more harm than good. Some individuals have commented on our previous articles about this product stating it gave them heart problems, digestive issues, and led to hospital visits.