I was resting on the self-check-out line at the grocery store, but and while waiting for my turn, some random stranger approached me in addition to handed me a supplier card, the card resembled something that could have been made using a wonderful printer in addition to some heavy paper, I could tell that it wasn’t done professionally… So, of course, instantly that became a red flag which made me skeptical about what was on the card, but it was a supplier card for a CBD store that was based primarily online selling multiple CBD products.
Another red flag was that there was no physical address for the store or for the supplier listed on the card.
In fact, the only information that was there was a website, a iPhone number in addition to an text address! Lastly, the woman who handed me the supplier card didn’t say a word or took the time to introduce himself to explain why she handed me the card. I feel she assumed that the card was self-explanatory in addition to that she was selling CBD products online, and when I buy CBD products, I would rather purchase the items from a reputable dealer. I am so exhausted about online stores, especially with all the multiple scams that are present on the internet right now. While CBD products are legal to sell, I am not sure how much the industry is regulated to prevent fake companies from selling fake products; Because of all the red flags, I decided to toss the supplier card in the trash can as I will continue to get my CBD products only from reputable CBD stores.