dr Oz dead or alive? Death hoax debunked: The death notice of Dr. Oz is trending on the internet. But according to the reports, he’s not dead. The reason we’re proposing this is because text messages are circulating a death hoax with phrases like “America mourns the loss of Dr. Oz.” These messages contain a link to a Smilz CBD Gummies scam or other fraudulent CBD product site falsely claiming that Dr. Phil McGraw, Mehmet Oz and Dr. Sanjay Gupta along with actor Sam Elliott and country music star Garth Brooks have all endorsed the product. Follow more update on Mazic.co
dr Oz dead or alive?
One Twitter user wrote: “Why did I get a spam message saying Dr. Oz is dead, lmao.”
Another user wrote: “Dr. oz is dead??? Who is writing this to me?
Facebook users also discussed receiving text messages linking to Smilz CBD Gummies landing page. One person said: “I keep getting IMs saying that Dr. Oz is dead. He’s not dead, he just became a Republican politician.”
On recently declared his candidacy as a Republican for the United States in the state of Pennsylvania. We checked another text message quoting Oz that also links to the Smilz CBD Gummies page. It said, “Hello! This Doctor Oz article will change your life.” (it wouldn’t).
Oz and McGraw have dealt with the scams
In the past, McGraw and Oz, commonly known as “Dr. Phil” both deal with the unauthorized use of their likeness and photo. In February 2021, both talk show hosts aired episodes dedicated to informing viewers about the CBD oil and gummy bear scam. At the time of the episode of “Dr. Phil”, m McGraw asked OZ about the scam page that users were redirected to after clicking links in text messages and ads.
In that response, Oz stated, “I have never sold a CBD product, and surprisingly, in the document you just read, there is not a single fact that was genuine.” He also stated that he does not sell such products have supported. The reason why the “Dr. Oz is dead” claim was linked to the fraudulent Smilz CBD Gummies product page because the death hoax provided the deceptive bait to direct users to the fake product recommendation.
In 2018, Gupta also addressed the false claim that he recommended a CBD oil or CBD gummie product, likely for a product other than Smilz CBD Gummies. He posted a tweet on the subject, stating, “No, I haven’t launched a line of CBD products.”