Indian businessman makes fortune selling fake potency pills

Fake potency pills scam

An Indian businessman has become one of the richest men in the world after selling fake pills that claim to boost male potency. Rajesh Kumar, who runs a small pharmacy in Mumbai, invented a formula called “Raj Power” that he claimed was made from rare herbs and minerals. He marketed his product online, promising to deliver “instant results” and “unlimited stamina” to his customers. He also hired actors to pose as doctors and celebrities to endorse his product in fake testimonials.

However, his scam was exposed when some of his customers complained of side effects such as nausea, headaches, and rashes. A police investigation revealed that his pills were nothing but sugar and flour, and that he had no medical qualifications or licenses. Kumar was arrested and charged with fraud, cheating, and endangering public health. He is currently in custody, awaiting trial.

Kumar’s lawyer said that his client was innocent and that he was a victim of a conspiracy. He insisted that Kumar had received positive feedback from many satisfied customers, and that his product was not harmful. Lawyer also revealed that Kumar had donated a large part of his profits to charity and social causes.

According to Forbes, Kumar had amassed a fortune of over $10 billion from his fake pills, making him the seventh richest person in the world. He had bought several luxury properties, cars, and yachts, and had planned to launch his own space program. He had also applied for a patent for his formula, claiming that it was a revolutionary invention that could change the world.