FBI raids Shelby Township medical spa over ‘coronavirus treatment’ claims
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A medical spa based in Shelby Township was raided by FBI agents after marketing a treatment for the coronavirus (COVID-19), officials said. Agents executed the search warrant early Thursday morning at the headquarters of Allure Medical Spa at 26 Mile Road and Van Dyke. Many studies exist to see if vitamin C can help. They said the vitamin C is meant to help prevent or shorten the duration of COVID-19. Dr. Charles Moks, who owns Allure Medical Spa, gave the vitamin C treatment to Detroit police officer for free while on Facebook Live.
Macomb County business raided by the FBI over possible improper COVID-19 treatments
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – The FBI raided a Macomb County business Thursday morning because of coronavirus. It’s believe the executed search warrant is related to possible improper treatments at Allure Medical in Shelby Township, located near the intersection of Van Dyke Avenue and 26 Mile Road. ORIGINAL STORY: FBI raids Allure Medical in Shelby Township over alleged improper COVID-19 treatmentsFBI agents went into the building wearing full protective gear to protect themselves from potential exposure. Sources claim the raid is because Allure has been allegedly performing treatments for COVID-19 patients without an approved treatment or cure. Moks said in the video, the vitamin c treatments were being billed to insurance, but patients wouldn’t pay anything.
FBI raids Allure Medical in Shelby Township over alleged improper COVID-19 treatments
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – The FBI is raiding Allure Medical spa in Shelby Township over some kind of improper COVID-19 treatments. UPDATE: Macomb County business raided by the FBI over possible improper COVID-19 treatmentsAllure Medical is located at Van Dyke Avenue and 26 Mile Road. Breaking: FBI executing search warrant at Allure Medical Spa in Shelby Township. Connected to alleged potential improper Covid-19 treatments and testing. @clickondetroit @Local4News pic.twitter.com/IqGnPOsen4 — Nick Monacelli (@nickmonacelli) April 23, 2020Earlier this month, the FBI sent out a warning to the public about several emerging health care fraud schemes related to the COVID-19 pandemic.