Dr. Oz now Wizard of Oz Scammer : A Senate panel scolded celebrity surgeon Mehmet Oz for using TV show to hype scam weight-loss products to consumers. FTC deputy commissioner Mary Koelbel Engle told lawmakers that over the last ten years, the agency has filed 82 claims targeting such ads and has collected nearly $107 million to refund to victims of weight-loss scams. “My new scam”for dr. oz in now wizard of oz scammer should be the title of each of his Dr. Oz’ new shows, in the minds of some. This certainly is not the only product which deserves the spot-light for scamming the public presented to the listeners of the Dr. Oz show. Questionable things have even brought lawsuits from Oprah Winfrey’s corporation toward those who associated Dr. Mehmet Oz and Winfrey with them, in any negative light; in some instances Dr. Oz said certain corporations were using his quotes or his likeness out of context, as an endorsement.
Dr. Oz also aired a segment on raspberry ketone supplements, which also faced FTC charges of false advertising.
Dr. Oz has used good looks, his distinguished medical career to be accepted on televisions shows to garner a dedicated following whose endorsement of a product could mean millions of dollars. USA today covered some of this here in this link
Dr. Oz’s credibility, if there is any left, is being hijacked by fraudsters by using the notion that anybody can take a little pill to push fat out of their system. Dr. Oz suggested to an audience to take FBCx, a diet pill, as one of 3 ways to get fat to remove itself. Dr. Oz said something like this; to fuel passion in peoples’ lives about what they can do is his objective. Needless to say Dr. Oz’s self-appointed leadership is disconcerting. Worse yet, Dr. Oz is but an example of media-anointed gurus with a marketable smile and catchy last name that have gathered a huge following. Moreover, the emotional high of fame has seemingly intoxicated Dr. Oz with a sense of self-righteousness and he seems to be indignantly defending his ‘miracle’ before the subcommittee hearing. The Federal Trade Commission is now suing a Florida company that used Oz’s green coffee bean extract claims to support their claim that it would help users lose 20 pounds in four weeks. Oz was unapologetic and stated that he had no plans to change his approach. Senator McCaskill concluded that Dr. Oz is “giving people false hope” and Dr. Oz does not need to go there.
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