A trio of supplements sellers snagged millions in coronavirus relief loans last spring — all within weeks of getting dinged by the feds for questionable claims about their products, The Post has learned.


But that doesn’t change the fact that sketchy businesses got a lifeline that many small firms missed, according to Kyle Herrig, president of Accountable.US, a left-leaning good-government group that tracks coronavirus relief spending.

“Shady MLMs were showered with PPP money because the Trump administration let banks approve taxpayer-backed loans to practically anyone, even if they didn’t need it,” Herrig told The Post.