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Been ordering for Attitude since 2009 or so. Drop a couple grand over the years. Last order land in the USA no issues. Always ordered in breeder pack. Received in freedbie packs with not even the empty breeders packs. Only reason I ordered from the was stock in the US was gone and after watching the attitude’s stock come back, which was a little sketchy anyways after all was gone in the US, I pulled the trigger.
So don’t know. Sure they’ll say it’s bulk sent packs and they just repackage. Which even in the pass that was the case I ALWAYS received breeders packaging. Could be legit or maybe not. Not going put much faith in them. Sprout and see. But Attitudes off the buy from list for me.

I proved to them, even by Royal Mails website that Attitude didn’t even send them correctly. but I’m being told I have to take responsibility for their actions because I didn’t pay for insurance. . What.

I think we all know paying for insurance was always done in the spirit of customs stopping the parcel. NOT. just missing(never had customs stop an order in 20 years and still haven’t). even though Simona was to make assumptions without facts and says customs have them but can’t prove this, which makes her a liar.

guest Vereinigte Staaten, Juni 2020

Ordered Tuesday night and they were delivered thurs morning. Standard delivery too. I’ll never use anyone else

Rarely get plump, fresh seeds. I think they send the oldest seeds to the USA. I have had many that do not germinate or start to germinate and dont have enough vitality to push their way up out of the dirt. The last order was small and they managed to send the wrong stuff. I am going to start using seedbanks that are right here in the USA.

The Attitude wurde vom SeedFinder als "grün" eingestuft. Das bedeutet, dass wir diesen Shop uneingeschränkt empfehlen können! Besser geht’s nicht.

I have been a customer for about 20 years. The quality of seeds has severely gone down hill. I received mismatched seeds and thee last order of seeds did not even germinate. When I wrote to Attitude they basically said tough luck we sell souvenir and storage seeds. Well that was the last order with them. I got SREWED.

Depending on the company, you may be offered a host of payment options, from credit cards (the preferred method) or cryptocurrency, which is also preferred and sometimes comes with a discount on prices. A few companies will work with checks, or e-checks, or even Paypal.

When it comes to combo packs and discounts like 10 free sees with your purchase, Rocket Seeds is hard to beat, though a few entrees on our list matched their promises.

ILGM impressed us this time around for their strong guarantees and the highest quality of seeds overall, even when compared to some world-class competition. And yes, it helped tremendously that they’re based in California and understand the complexity of US cannabis laws.

What Happens if the Weed Seeds Get Confiscated?

With sales from 20 to 30 percent off the retail price, and a promise to find rare cannabis seeds, Seed City is an option to consider. Though the company says it sells for “collectible and souvenir” purposes only, they thankfully offer a stealth shipping option. Buyers can also get discreet shipping (no signing, non-tracked) or a guaranteed shipment on “signed for deliveries.”

In closing, if you’re going into the cannabis business or have a need for more control over your favorite product’s yield, you might consider starting your own small operation.

There’s plenty to like here, but Seedsman wins the category for an extensive selection.

Even better are some of the sweet deals: free shipping over $200, free cannabis seeds when ordering over $150, and always shipment within 24 hours. With a germination guarantee, they’re the safest neighbor to the US when ordering your next round.

If this is a personal thing where you are worried about another close friend/relative seeing the itemized bill, this all obviously is moot.

Also IMO, it’s more important that the shipping address is not the place you grow. I don’t have anywhere to ship to other than my place so I just don’t do it at all (sigh. ).

In other words, be careful as often as possible. Generally one or two things done without ‘420 best-practices’ in mind will not get you flagged so to speak, and considering the typical methods used when agencies mine the data for these relationships, I suggest that you should be safe once or twice but frankly, why even risk being in the system at all. Do everything you can to obfuscate what you purchase, who purchased it, where it will ‘end up’ etc etc ect.

IMO, just go to a 7-11and get a money order and find a seed bank who accepts.

(edit for some details )
One last ‘IMO’ statement is that if I had to wager I’d say that if there were ‘any’ investigations that occurred solely on the basis of seed purchase, those all began with customs. not with the credit record.
Meaning that, even with the common knowledge that credit card companies, albeit indirectly, provide raw purchase data to various federal agencies which they in turn ‘mine’ for various patterns, the sheer volume inherently curtails investigative consideration of each and every instance without further corroborating data.
Basically the software used to parse mined data should, by nature, ‘alert/report’ using basically an algorithm, that among other things must (obviously) limit ‘false positives’ or minimally order the ‘alerts/reports’ in such a manner that only the most blatent and obvious ‘relationships’ would givien significant investigative effort.

Of course, I’m making an educated guess here, but I think it’s a good assumption nonetheless.