This is my report sent on 25th October, 2010, to Mr. Richard A. McFeely,
FBI - Special Agent, 2600 Lord Baltimore Drive, Baltimore, MD 21244:-
Internet Crime - Crime Alert
This year saw an increase of emails from the U.S., especially email offers for medical bio-goods accompanied by up to 20 and more sales pages, sometimes bearing the name of "Medical Doctors" guaranteeing "iron clad" refunds if unsuitable.
This letter concerns an enterprise called NorthStar Nutritionals, P.O.Box 960, Frederick, MD 21705.
They admit, of course, that the goods are not valuated by the FDA.
I ordered goods in 2010. For example, in the Spring I ordered a product recommended by an Allan Spreen M.D., sold by NorthStar Nutritionals, to solve Prostrate problems. The product never worked. I returned it, but did not cause any fuss about it. That was early in the Spring (April/May).
The same applied to a product recommended by Jonathan Wright M.D. (returned) and a book ordered (W.C. Douglass II, M.D. recommended "Year Book 2010"), never received.
Against better advice from U.S. medical doctors that some of those doctors selling their wares through NorthStar Nutritionals, in which they might have a stake or participate, I ordered goods, and returned some but never received the requested replacements despite 4 reminders sent to them, and books ordered were never received.
I consider this DECEIT and TRADING WITH INTENT TO DEFRAUD, indeed mail fraud, fraudulent trading. They do not honour their "iron clad" guarantee and do not send required replacements. I made the replacement requests in July. It's Christmas in two months.
Until this day, I have not received a refund or replacements. But NorthStart Nutritionals (Mr. Ed Schoberg) keep on sending email advertisements for the purchase of their products