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DOJ: Enzyte makers found guilty of fraud


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Posted 29 February 2008 - 02:20 PM

FYI...

http://cincinnati.fb...08/ci022608.htm
FEBRUARY 26, 2008 - "A United States District Court jury here convicted four executives of Cincinnati-based Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals of conspiracy and fraud at the conclusion of a trial that started January 8. After conviction on the criminal charges on February 22, the jury found today that Berkeley, as well as company owner Steven E. Warshak, his mother, and TCI Media, another company owned by Warshak, should forfeit to the United States more than $33 million in assets that were proceeds of the crimes... The jury found that the company and the individuals illegally made millions of dollars over a five-year period through a fraud scheme that sent thousands of customers dietary supplements they did not order, charged customers' credit cards without authorization, misrepresented their business activities to their customers and the merchant banks they worked with, and laundered the money through personal bank and investment accounts. The company's scheme involved false advertising which included made-up claims about size increases, fake customer satisfaction ratings, and fictitious doctors who the ads falsely claimed collaborated for 13 years to develop Enzyte, the company's leading male enhancement product..."
- http://www.usatoday....4-18-enzyte.htm

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