Sanda Wellbeingmiracle medicines that they sold to elderly who wanted to stay healthy

S Jun 12, 2019
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Many UK-based elderly who want to stay healthy have fallen prey to miracle medicines sold as part of the Sanda Wellbeing scam. But company targeted affluent elders with a credit card or debit card for selling high-value nutrition supplements. Thousands of pounds from customers have already gone into the pockets of the Sanda Wellness bogus company and other fraud companies that are operating under different names.

There are several cases filed in India and the UK against Sanda Wellbeing and the people associated with the company.

miracle medicines that they sold to elderly who wanted to stay healthy
miracle medicines that they sold to elderly who wanted to stay healthy
miracle medicines that they sold to elderly who wanted to stay healthy

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