Jeannie D in 'diet' SCAM

We thought it odd when a diet campaign using Jeannie D as its ambassador kept popping up on our Facebook pages.

As it turns out, it's a scam. Not only does Jeannie not endorse the product, she's also said she doesn't agree with diet pills or 'quick fixes'

She wrote on Facebook:

"Please be aware that the Garcinia campaign is a scam! I do not endorse that product and it does not work! The only thing that works for weightloss is a healthy balanced diet and exercise! Do not be fooled by these dodgy people who fake testimonials from celebrities! It is a scam!"

Name and shame, guuuurl. Also, it's common sense peeps. Jeannie works out HARD for that body. Ain't no tablet going to get you those legs!

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