Enzyte Marketers’ Prison Time Could Scare Firms Off Fraudulent Claims
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryIn a decision that will make executives think twice before taking part in making false claims and other deceptive behavior, an Ohio court sentenced 11 former employees of Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals to prison for conspiracy, fraud and money laundering convictions related to marketing its Enzyte "natural male enhancement" product
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