Ketovatru – Major scam – beware!

Posted 29 June 2020

Ketovatru is promoted as a weight-loss product. The company claims that Prof Tim Noakes and Dr Moll endorse this product.

The scam even appears to show Prof Noakes responding to comments – but these are lies – they are not his comments.

Neither Dr Moll nor Prof Noakes have endorsed this product, and the scam artists are using their names and photos without permission. Furthermore, there are many comments on Facebook pointing out that money was taken and no product delivered.

Beware, avoid.

Ketovatru advert

4 Responses to Ketovatru – Major scam – beware!

  1. Palesa Phara 4 July, 2020 at 3:58 pm #

    I experienced the same thing…. They took my money and product was ever delivered and they took thousands at a go.

  2. Tracey 12 August, 2020 at 12:21 pm #

    Please, Please don’t make a purchase. It is a SCAM. you will have difficulty in cancelling the debits from your card, even if you do not Subscribe. I have read a couple of SCAM reports now, they present under Keto Vatru, and 16 week diet challenge.

  3. Betty 9 October, 2020 at 11:14 pm #

    If Prof. Tim Noakes and Dr. Moll is not invoved why do they not find these people and have them prosecuted. Both there names and photos are on the adds.

    I don’t believe that being Doctor’s you can both sit back and let your name be used and it does not concern them.

    I just don’t believe it.

    • Harris 22 October, 2020 at 2:03 pm #

      I am informed that Prof Noakes has tried to get this removed but with no success.

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