Colgate Smart Electric Toothbrush Free Scam Promotion

The "Colgate Free Toothbrush" posts below, which claim Colgate is offering the Colgate Smart Electric Toothbrush for free, are scams. The free Colgate electric toothbrush offer is all over social media websites and is spreading like wildfire. But, no such offer or promotion is listed on Colgate's legitimate social media pages or website. Therefore, online users who have received the Colgate smart toothbrush scam are asked not to click the link or follow the instructions in it.

Colgate Smart Electric Toothbrush Free Scam Promotion

The Free Colgate Electric Toothbrush Scam

Free Colgate Electric Toothbrush Scam

HURRY! Score a FREE Colgate Smart Electric Toothbrush with FREE Shipping! This is working much better now if you had issues earlier. 👇Link in comments👇

Free Colgate Electric Toothbrush Scam

RUN!!! Free Electric Colgate Smart Toothbrush! Run!!! Use code SURPRISE No credit card needed!

Free Colgate Electric Toothbrush Scam

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  • July 5, 2022 at 8:49 AM by an anonymous user from: Bath County, Carloover, Virginia, United States

    So should I be worried it stole my information?

    • July 5, 2022 at 10:11 AM by info

      If your financial information was stolen, you be worried and contact your bank for help. If it is your personal information, you should be careful going forward.

  • July 5, 2022 at 7:28 AM by an anonymous user from: Hicksville, New York, United States

    I believe that Colgate made an official statement on this, and they claimed that the free toothbrushes were only for those that completed a survey. Those that didn't and only used the code, wouldn't get the toothbrush.

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Colgate Smart Electric Toothbrush Free Scam Promotion