Prescription for Fake Viagra Pharmacy: 20 Years in Prison

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Two men headquartered in Florida who were selling fake Viagra and other bogus prescription drugs online, and spamming on the “pharmacy’s” behalf, have copped a plea and could get as much as 20 years in prison for their actions.

It is alleged that Charles Naron and Stephen Lewis, both of Florida, netted more than $1million by selling their fake drugs through their Internet pharmacy, drugs which they had falsely told buyers were legal and from legitimate Mexican pharmacies.


In fact, the drugs, which Naron and Lewis sometimes shipped in deadly combinations which would have been caught by a real pharmacy, were not legitimate in any way.

When tested, some of the drugs were found to not only be not legitimate, but not made with the correct formula. In fact, the fake Viagra had too much of the active ingredient, which of course can be its very own deadly combination.

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