The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam Created by Scammers

Attn: Fans and viewers of The Marilyn Denis Show. It looks like Marilyn/The Marilyn Denis Show have fallen victim to a fake ad posted on Facebook and on various websites endorsing Essence of Argan, Next Skin Day and Night, or Next Skin Anti-Aging Serum products – unfortunately, these types of scams are rampant online. We can assure you there is no connection between CTV/Marilyn and the Essence of Argan, Next Skin Day and Night, or Next Skin Anti-Aging Serum product, nor has Marilyn quit The Marilyn Denis Show. These products were never featured on The Marilyn Denis Show and are NOT endorsed by Marilyn. Marilyn’s image and name, along with CTV’s name, were used without authorization. Please refrain from purchasing or clicking on any ad(s) featuring Essence of Argan, Next Skin Day and Night, or Next Skin Anti-Aging Serum products that are “endorsed by Marilyn.”

The Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show Scam Created by Scammers

Please note: Anything that Marilyn would endorse would be posted on Marilyn’s/The Marilyn Denis Show’s official website,, which should be used as a reference for all things Marilyn. The Marilyn Denis Show will return for season nine in September.

The website,, which appears to be an untrustworthy website, is currently featuring the Next Skin Day and Night or Next Skin Anti-Aging Serum.

The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam

Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving The Marilyn Denis Show

(ET, Thursday, August 30, 2018) - She said she was quitting 'The Marilyn Denis Show' to spend more time with family, but the host may actually have bigger things in mind.

Marilyn Denis, host of popular morning program, The Marilyn Denis Show, has finally addressed the reason why she abruptly left. In recent developments, the host revealed that she would be putting more time into her beauty business now that it's grown so fast. She's a serial entrepreneur at heart and it's just in her nature to focus on this once in a lifetime opportunity. She really never expected it to get so big, and 'CTV' is not happy with her splitting her time up. According to sources, 'CTV' made Marilyn Denis decide on which direction she was going to focus on in the future. Being so turned off by the reaction of 'CTV' and their Power Move she has decided to pursue her new skincare line and dream.

Marilyn Denis says goodbye to her fellow co-host after announcing her departure from 'The Marilyn Denis Show'

The project Marilyn is referring to is her wildly popular anti-aging skincare line Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum. The tv host has spent the past two years developing a line of highly potent and effective anti-aging products that she claims are the solution for those who don’t want to resort to plastic surgery.

Her product Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum sold out within ten minutes when first launched and it seems the world cannot get enough of the benefits and results.

Marilyn even admitted that plastic surgeons are furious with her after noticing a large decline in patients since Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum was launched on the market.

“Users of Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum are experiencing anti-aging results that before now were only possible through surgeons. It’s obviously a much cheaper, easier and safer alternative and because of that plastic surgeons are finding it harder to book patients for botox injections and face lifts.”

Having a crowd of angry plastic surgeons is a glowing endorsement for Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum, but Marilyn Denis has been proactive in getting Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum into the hands of those who need it.

While working on 'The Marilyn Denis Show' she gifted her fellow co-host with Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum products and made sure every guest was given a sample of the cream. Since then she has cultivated a huge celebrity clientele who are regularly reordering the products.

Countless aging celebs admit they avoided surgery and look 10 years younger using Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum.

“The advances Marilyn has made in the anti-aging skincare industry are remarkable. I wouldn’t believe it if I hadn’t had the chance to try it out for myself. I knew Marilyn Denis was aging well but thought it was her genetics. After using Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum for two weeks I was already looking years younger.” - Jennifer Valentyne, 50

“I refuse to wear a lot of makeup and thanks to Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum I don’t need to. My skin has never looked better and it looks younger than it did 10 years ago. I love waking up knowing I don’t need to bother trying to cover up my skin.” - Jeanne Beker, 66

“I noticed that my skin was looking tired. It was dull and starting to lose its elasticity. Marilyn gave me a sample of Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum and the product is a miracle worker. It only took a few days for my skin to be taut, smooth and glowing again just like it was in my 20’s.” - Liza Fromer, 48

“I thought there was no way to hide my age until Marilyn let me try Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum. I had resigned myself to the fact that it was only downhill from here, but with Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum that isn’t the way. Every night that I use Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum I wake up looking younger and more radiant. I can’t believe it.” - Tracy Moore, 43

“It’s hard to believe but all my wrinkles have vanished! They have completely disappeared. I used to have lines around my mouth, eyes and forehead. But after a month of using Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum my skin is completely smooth without a wrinkle in sight.” - Dina Pugliese, 43


While Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum is selling out around the world, Marilyn didn’t want our readers to miss out on experiencing the benefits of Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum for themselves.

Marilyn is offering our lucky readers the chance to try Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum for FREE!

There’s no need to rush out to the shops or wait in line. You can order your free sample of the serum right now from the comfort of your own home. The only thing you’ll need to pay for is the discounted shipping rate, which is less than $6!

If you want to remove your wrinkles and get that youthful glow back into your complexion, make sure you use Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum every day. This product is designed to give you incredible anti-aging results.

Because of the high demand of Next Skin Anti-Wrinkle Serum, Marilyn can only offer a limited amount of free samples so you’ll need to act quickly to take advantage of this amazing offer.

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August 5, 2019 at 11:12 AM by
The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam Created by Scammers
an anonymous user from: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

My bank is refusing to do anything because I have to give proof that I cancelled. But I am unable to cancel as there is no website, no email and no one answers any of the phone numbers. Does anyone want to start a class action suit with me against PC financial/Mastercard?


February 27, 2019 at 3:52 PM by
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an anonymous user from: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Do not order any "sample size"cosmetics or face creams for just the shipping cost associated with any celebrity. This is a scam because as soon as you accept the order in the small print under the terms and conditions you have agreed to a huge monthly automatic withdrawal on your credit card which far exceeds the price of the product. Beware of all these scams.


January 29, 2019 at 8:53 AM by
The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam Created by Scammers
an anonymous user from: Trent Hills, Ontario, Canada

I also fell into this scam..glad to see finally that this information is posted to avoid others of this terrible way to scam people out of money.

Horrible that there are people not working at an honest job and scheme to bilk money from us that work hard for our money.


November 29, 2018 at 1:00 PM by
The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam Created by Scammers
an anonymous user from: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Sorry to say that I too fell for this scam, only it wasn't Marilyn.

It was Shania Twain that was quitting music to pursue her new skin care line business.

The company that got me is called 'PrimeSkin Canada.'

My bank (BMO Mastercard) was very supportive and is currently trying to get my credit card refunded.

I wish they could all be put in jail honestly.


November 29, 2018 at 8:44 AM by
The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam Created by Scammers
an anonymous user from: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

I too am involved in this scam not quite sure what to do now! I'm going to call my credit card company and hope they will help... never again... so upset with myself for falling into this trap!


October 24, 2018 at 9:59 AM by
The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam Created by Scammers
an anonymous user from: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

I too was scammed, $200.00. Tried calling back to newskin, ( final sale) no refund..scam, I'm working with the bank to try to reverse my transaction..learned my lesson the hard way!


October 22, 2018 at 10:28 AM by
The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam Created by Scammers
an anonymous user from: St-Alexis-des-Monts, Quebec, Canada

this is a scam, we were scammed too... paid for shipping of 2 small bottles of cream...1 oz and 1/2 oz...then got a charge on our visa bill for over 200.00... had a really hard time getting this reversed... so please people be careful.


October 24, 2018 at 2:59 AM by
The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam Created by Scammers
an anonymous user from: Venice, Florida, United States

Same thing happened to me only. I was unable to get the charges reversed. PLEASE READ CBC article



October 17, 2018 at 6:03 PM by
The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam Created by Scammers
an anonymous user from: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

I was a victim of The Marilyn Denis scam for "Vita Silk" face products. I ordered the "free" samples, was billed $10.49 for the shipping and handling. I did not know this was a 14 day trial period, after which I was billed $119.95 and $115.95 for those 2 products. Then, I was billed another $119.95 and $115.95 for the Sept products which I have not received yet.

I quickly called my credit card company, but they could not do anything until I got confirmation that I cancelled my subscription to this product. I spent 1.5 hours on the phone trying to reason with the call center for Vita Silk.

I finally asked to speak to a supervisor and she finally agreed to refund me $117.00 and sent me an email showing cancellation of my subscription. VERY, VERY upsetting to be out the $300 dollars for this stupid product because I do not, and have never spent this kind of money of face products.


October 24, 2018 at 3:05 AM by
The "Marilyn Denis Announces She Is Leaving Her Show" Scam Created by Scammers
an anonymous user from: Venice, Florida, United States

I had the same experience with Vita Silk which shows up on your credit card as something totally different. My credit card President's Choice Financial Mastercard knew all about this scam/fraud and did nothing but give me the phone number to call and cancel.

Read the full responses from Mastercard and Visa to the CBC Marketplace article. I will be cancelling my Mastercard!


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