Three men found guilty in Viagra scam
Sep 17,2007 00:00 by UPI
LONDON -- Three men were found guilty in Britain of running a worldwide conspiracy selling fake Viagra and hair restoration medicine.

The men were found guilty of extorting millions of dollars in the largest case of its kind to be heard in the Britain, said experts at the Britain’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.

The pills were manufactured illegally in factories in China, Pakistan and Asia and sold for up to $40 a tablet, The Daily Mail reported Monday. The tablets were sold in Britain, the United States, the Bahamas and Mexico and were involved with numerous businesses, both real and fake.

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