Did You Buy Chinese Male Enhancement Pills Recently?
If you’ve purchased Libigrow, Blue Diamond, Nite Rider or ExtenZe recently you may not get the bang for the buck that you were expecting.
The male enhancement pills could be fakes.
A New Jersey man was charged today with trafficking in counterfeit male enhancement supplements imported from China and with laundering proceeds of more than $1 million.
U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman says Shuja Ali Syed, originally from Pakistan and now a resident of Iselin, was arrested this morning by U.S. Department of Homeland Security-Homeland Security Investigations special agents.
According to the complaint filed in Newark federal court today, Syed trafficked in counterfeit, purportedly all-natural male enhancement products and sold the products to undercover law enforcement agents and others in New Jersey and New York.
Syed stand accused of depositing more than $600,000 into New Jersey bank accounts and wiring more than $1 million to China, all of which were proceeds from the illegal importation and sale of the counterfeit pills.