Police: NJ man raked in more than $130,000 by selling counterfeit health supplements online

Police say Brad Snyder presented the supplements as name brand supplement products, defrauding people online in the excess of over $130,000.

Lanette Espy

Sep 29, 2023, 4:00 PM

Updated 293 days ago

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A man from Marlton is facing theft and counterfeit charges after police say he raked in more than $130,000 by selling counterfeit health supplements online for nearly two years.
Police in Evesham say Brad Snyder, 47, was selling name brand supplements on Amazon that were counterfeit. However, it turned out to be cinnamon and sugar.
Police told News 12 New Jersey that Snyder would print labels mimicking the product “Gut Connect 365” so it looks like they were made in a facility.
Amazon says they worked with police and the real supplement company during this investigation.
The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information should contact the Evesham Police Department at 856-983-1116, confidential tip line 856-983-4699, email magnusj@eveshampd.org. Anonymous tips can be made via text at ETPDTIP to 847411.


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