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"Next Day Gear"

Samson250

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This is probably legit but with all the spam these days I’m not clicking
 

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This is probably legit but with all the spam these days I’m not clicking

I thought the same but I seen op is a longtime member just doesn’t post. So I googled it and brought it up on NY daily
 

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Here is the article.

A pair of online steroid, Xanax and Viagra dealers pushed nearly $3 million worth of products in five years to buyers — including an NFL player, college athletes, cops, military members, doctors and attorneys, prosecutors said.

Charges against Mark Sanchez and Callaway Crain, both 34, were unsealed in Manhattan Supreme Court last week in connection to what prosecutors said was a lucrative store using the moniker "Next Day Gear" via websites that accepted untraceable payment methods from Western Union, bitcoin and other cryptocurrency.


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Sanchez and Crain, who are from Texas, "have been operating an online business that sells and offers for sale anabolic steroids and other controlled substances and prescription medications that anabolic steroid users need in order to counteract the negative effects, including Xanax and Viagra" since 2012, Assistant District Attorney Adam Maltz said at Sanchez's arraignment Monday.

"The defendants sold to college football players, an NFL football player, fitness trainers, police officers, members of the Armed Forces serving overseas, drug dealers, doctors, lawyers and even a high school athletic coach," Maltz added, according to a transcript of the proceeding.

The DA's office has not disclosed the identities of the pro athlete or the other buyers.

Maltz, who called the evidence "overwhelming," said the account used to send the items "shipped over 10,000 packages since 2013" with costs in excess of $32,000.
Why these guys kept mailing addresses anywhere is ridiculous.


The illicit e-commerce business allegedly made more than $2.87 million since 2013.

Sanchez, Crain and a third man, Scott Moore, are charged with conspiracy and money laundering. Sanchez, who shares the same name as the former Jets quarterback, and Crane face additional counts of criminal tax fraud. Moore is accused of picking up Western Union payments for the business.

Sanchez's home "revealed a laboratory that the defendant was operating in order to mix and bottle the compounds," the assistant DA reported.

He purchased substances from China and has "traveled to Mexico, Taiwan, Abu Dhabi twice, to South Korea and Hong Kong" since 2015, "and some of those trips were in furtherance of his business enterprise," Maltz told Justice Mark Dwyer during bail arguments.
 

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A pair of online steroid, Xanax and Viagra dealers pushed nearly $3 million worth of products in five years to buyers — including an NFL player, college athletes, cops, military members, doctors and attorneys, prosecutors said.

Charges against Mark Sanchez and Callaway Crain, both 34, were unsealed in Manhattan Supreme Court last week in connection to what prosecutors said was a lucrative store using the moniker "Next Day Gear" via websites that accepted untraceable payment methods from Western Union, bitcoin and other cryptocurrency.


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Sanchez and Crain, who are from Texas, "have been operating an online business that sells and offers for sale anabolic steroids and other controlled substances and prescription medications that anabolic steroid users need in order to counteract the negative effects, including Xanax and Viagra" since 2012, Assistant District Attorney Adam Maltz said at Sanchez's arraignment Monday.

"The defendants sold to college football players, an NFL football player, fitness trainers, police officers, members of the Armed Forces serving overseas, drug dealers, doctors, lawyers and even a high school athletic coach," Maltz added, according to a transcript of the proceeding.

The DA's office has not disclosed the identities of the pro athlete or the other buyers.

Maltz, who called the evidence "overwhelming," said the account used to send the items "shipped over 10,000 packages since 2013" with costs in excess of $32,000.
Why these guys kept mailing addresses anywhere is ridiculous.


The illicit e-commerce business allegedly made more than $2.87 million since 2013.

Sanchez, Crain and a third man, Scott Moore, are charged with conspiracy and money laundering. Sanchez, who shares the same name as the former Jets quarterback, and Crane face additional counts of criminal tax fraud. Moore is accused of picking up Western Union payments for the business.

Sanchez's home "revealed a laboratory that the defendant was operating in order to mix and bottle the compounds," the assistant DA reported.

He purchased substances from China and has "traveled to Mexico, Taiwan, Abu Dhabi twice, to South Korea and Hong Kong" since 2015, "and some of those trips were in furtherance of his business enterprise," Maltz told Justice Mark Dwyer during bail arguments.

Thanks man I wasn’t trying to call you a spammer
 

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It's not spam

As far as the article goes, that's a shame. Hate seeing these places get busted
 

rawdeal

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The current spammers all have 6 posts and this guy has 8. The link may still be a spam link.

The NY Daily News is a major newspaper, not like the NY Times, but no supermarket rag either. This bust is on their site.
 

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Records

Sponsors normally don't maintain records of their sales and buyer's names and addresses, but these guys did.

Charge Detail Disposition/Sentence
PL 470.15 01 C Felony, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionMoney Laundering 1st
Indictment Count5
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count14
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 105.10 01 E Felony, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionConspiracy -4th
Indictment Count1
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 470.20 01
**TOP CHARGE** B Felony, 1 count, Arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionMoney Laundering 1st
Indictment Count2

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count12
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count23
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count27
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018
TAX 18040 00 D Felony, 1 count, Arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionPers False Return -diff >
Indictment Count31

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count18
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count26
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count10
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 470.20 01 B Felony, 1 count, Arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionMoney Laundering 1st
Indictment Count3
TAX 18030 00 E Felony, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCriminal Tax Fraud-4th Degree
Indictment Count33
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count16
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count17
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count22
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count24
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count9
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count15
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 470.15 01 C Felony, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionMoney Laundering 1st
Indictment Count4
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count8
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count11
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count13
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count19
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count21
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count25
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018
TAX 18040 00 D Felony, 1 count, Arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionPers False Return -diff >
Indictment Count32

PL 220.31 00 D Felony, 20 counts, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionCrim Sale Contrl Subst
Indictment Count20
Weapon/DrugDangerous Drug
Date Added04/17/2018
 

rawdeal

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lol no disrespect taken. Just noticed I have miniscule posts here myself. I'm on a few other boards, kinda new here, still getting a feel for the place.

Our community is the wild wild west, always good to be suspicious/careful. In this case, I knew the story was valid, didn't want anyone shying away from bust news that might have relevance to them.

Thanks.
 

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By way, If anyone is really interested in this topic, then here's a great article on how to start an online business. Here everything is detailed and accessible, it helped me in choosing where to start, and I hope it can help you. :)
 

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The xannies is probably what got them. Whenever you start down the road with rec drugs the scrutiny gets intense
 

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Board sponsors to my knowledge don't have online websites based in countries where it's against the law to sell drugs online. These guys, in my opinion, are just morons, who we're begging to get arrested.

If you live in the United States and want to break the law, your best option is to not register and operate an online website. This shit is more idiotic than the morons selling gear through social media.
 

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