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Don't Believe Everything You Read About the Gaines or Magnolia

Last Updated at 2018-08-06 22:23:54 UTC

The news story, advertisements, and social media accounts about skin care products, free renovations, and the Gaines asking for money are fake.

Chip and Joanna Gaines are not and will not be starting a cosmetics line, and are in no way associated with the company selling skin care products using her name.

Chip and Joanna Gaines are not and will not ever ask for money for their personal use from their followers on social media or email. 

Magnolia Homes will not reach out to anyone via social media and ask to help with renovations. Magnolia Homes only works in Waco, TX.

These are SCAMS! We have nothing to do with these and have been trying to stop them for some time. You can help! Please spread the word by sharing, re-posting, and/or re-tweeting this post and send any information regarding the fake news websites or sponsored ads to reporting@magnoliamarket.com. Our legal department is currently pursuing these people and companies that are illegally using Chip, Joanna, and Magnolia's likeness.

We are so sorry for any frustration this has caused you and, if you happened to get caught up in the scam, we HIGHLY suggest disputing the charge with your bank/credit card immediately and even reporting this fraud to your local FBI agency.

Chip and Joanna will always make official announcements on magnolia.com or on their official social media accounts.

Instagram: @joannagaines, @chipgaines@magnolia

Twitter: @joannagaines, @chipgaines, @magnolia

Facebook: Joanna Gaines and Magnolia Market

You can read Joanna's blog post about it here:

https://magnolia.com/dont-believe-everything-you-read

 

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