A business owner convicted of defrauding customers seeking male sexual enhancement products and other supplements has been sentenced to 25 years in prison. Federal prosecutors accused the company of bilking customers out of more than $400 million with deceptive ads, manipulated credit card transactions and refusal to accept returns or cancel orders. A federal judge said part of the fraud relied on the reluctance of customers to come forward, which would mean admitting to buying the sexual enhancement pills.
Seller of Sexual Enhancement Product Gets 25 Years in Fraud Case
The Associated Press
August 28, 2008