Hashish oil for sale – are you getting what you bargained for?
Let’s face the facts. There are hundreds, if not thousands of websites claiming to have hashish oil for sale. They market their product under the guise of a “legal high” or an “alternative cure for cancer.” They do not differentiate between THC and CBD content and, generally, lack any form of quality control procedures that would determine measurable quantities of these two compounds. Who are the people behind these sites? Are their claims legitimate and are you getting what you bargained for? Read further and avoid getting scammed!
With mainstream media becoming more accepting of medicinal marijuana, so too has there been an increase in interest from the general public. People with little to no knowledge of marijuana are suddenly Googling “hashish oil for sale.”
Many of these are terminal cancer patients; people for whom conventional treatment has failed. In a desperate attempt to find a solution, these unfortunate souls turn to “hashish oil for sale” in the hope that it will provide a miracle cure. Sadly, it is through their desperation that they, and their grieving families, fall victim to unscrupulous charlatans.
It is estimated that 90% of all websites offering hashish oil for sale are in fact fraudulent. They are managed by professional con artists who will go to elaborate lengths to conceal their illegal activities. Authorities readily acknowledge that complaints from people who have paid money to these sites; and who have received nothing in return, have sky-rocketed.
Those who have received hashish oil purchased over the internet often complain that the product has been diluted. Worse still are the victims of kitchen chemists whose extraction methods have included using butane (lighter fluid) in order to produce the oil. It’s a growing problem!
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What can I do to avoid being a victim of hashish oil for sale scammers?
There are three main warning signs to look out for:
1. Unsolicited online offers
The first of these warning signs: offers of hashish oil for sale to all and sundry in online commentary fields. To make hashish oil requires a large quantity of cannabis. Those offering such would require enormous grow rooms or vast fields of acreage in order to meet demand.
Since many countries make it illegal to offer oils online, no-one with such a grow capacity would risk their crops or their licenses to complete strangers. Profiles making these comments tend to lack background information. They have few friends. The reason is that these are random accounts that are frequently reported before being shut down.
2. Any mention of Rick Simpson or Phoenix Tears marijuana strain is a marketing ploy
Rick Simpson is a man who beat cancer using medicinal marijuana. His story is chronicled in the book Phoenix Tears. Rick does not offer hashish oil for sale. Neither does he distribute any other form of medicinal marijuana. He can be contacted directly through his Facebook page where he will be only too happy to discredit those who are illegally capitalizing on him beating cancer.
3. The huge list of marijuana varieties
This is a firm favorite among many scammers. They will offer hashish oil for sale, CBD oil for sale, THC oil for sale, Indica oil for sale, AK47 for sale, Cheese, Skunk, Purple Haze, Durban Poison, High Times Cup, White Widow, and any variant that you can imagine. More often than not they will offer magic mushrooms too. They will offer discreet shipping to any location in the world.
Aside from the massive amounts of acreage they would need, the vast halls of grow rooms, the costly set up to produce these strains etc, the risks of shipping to countries where marijuana is banned would be far too risky. It would have both Interpol and the local authorities banging down their doors in minutes.
If you are looking for hashish oil for sale, make sure you are going to get what you bargained for.
Check with your local authorities if what you are ordering is legal.
Check that the company is legitimate.
Are you able to speak directly to a live representative?
Does the company have a verifiable address?
Are there quality control procedures in place to ensure value for money?
Does the company make use of dedicated laboratories or are they using dubious extraction methods that could prove fatal?
In short, can these companies live up to the high standards and reputation of Endoca? If not, ask yourself if it is really worth it.
Author: Andrea Durrheim