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"Angela and Yoojin Kim Brilliance SF" Scams Created by Online Scammers

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"Angela and Yoojin Kim Brilliance SF" Scams Created by Online Scammers

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Online users do not visit or purchase from websites/online stores like the below that claim to sell "Angela and Yoojin Kim Brilliance SF," a so-called anti-aging skincare product created by so-called Angela and Yoojin Kim from Shark Tank. This is because the websites are fakes created by online scammers, and the so-called Angela and Yoojin Kim featured on the fake websites have nothing to with the product.

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An "Angela and Yoojin Kim Brilliance SF" Scam

"Angela and Yoojin Kim Brilliance SF" Scams

Angela and Yoojin Kim, sisters from Korea, net the biggest deal in Shark Tank history as all 5 sharks teamed up to buy 25% of the company for a staggering $2.5 million dollars! After taking over the Korean beauty industry in just 6 months, they are now ready to take over the world with the help of the sharks. After a complete re-brand and re-packaging, the sisters are now ready to launch in the United States as Brilliance SF, and Cosmo has the exclusive! See the amazing demonstration below that got the sharks ready to feed instantly!

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The Facebook comments on the websites are fakes. The fake comments have been placed on the website to convince potential victims into purchasing the fake weight loss product. And, do not be fooled by the claims that the product was seen by The New York Times, TODAY, StyleWatch and Redbook, this is not true. It is just another trick to convince potential victims into falling for the scam. The scammers may also claim the product is loved by celebrities, but again, this is a lie used to convince potential victims into purchasing the fake product.

Online users, remember, using your credit card on fraudulent websites will allow online scammers to continuously charge it without your consent. Therefore, online users who have been tricked by the scam are asked to contact their banks and have the transactions canceled and their money refunded. They may need to have the bank block further fraudulent transactions or cancel the current credit card and get a new one.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers in email samples on this website may have been impersonated.

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