World Money Laundering Report - back issues 1999 - 2016.
Right from the days of snake oil potions and the Carbolic Smokeball Company, charlatans have sold fake pharma to the gullible and the desperate. Amongst the most desperate, and the most gullible, are those who believed the claims by a company that it had a herbal preparation that increased length and girth of the penis and increased sexual performance. As a herbal preparation, the product sidestepped US Food and Drug Administration approval. Thousands of customers who paid a substantial amount for the tablets complained they did not work as advertised, or at all. The Department of Justice and other agencies had to take a look.
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