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So I have wasted half a season waiting for nothing (to be told to f off) !
Thanks for the advice and thoughts guys.
Anyways if this helps one other person from having to go through what I have then I will be glad to have helped.
Many peeps send cash and get good results. I won’t send cash via mail. Ever.
My wife has severe breast cancer so we are in dire need of good quality genetics, and so that is why we ordered through them, well we have waited and waited, and finally contacted them to ask what, where, why etc, about our order, and were told, “we never received it” .. Ok fair enough, So I waited another 2 weeks, emailed them asking what the situation was and if there was any news, and was told “we don’t have your order, don’t email again and f off. ”
Now I don’t know about you guys, but to me that is way too far!
Fair enough you are having a bad day etc, but don’t tell a customer to F off! We are the reason they are in business, without customers, business don’t succeed, so it is a fine balance, but this was ridiculous!
So I have wasted half a season waiting for nothing (to be told to f off) !

Had a really bad experience with Dr Greenthumb seedbank and thought the community should know!
I am in a country which still hunts down and prosecutes smokers,growers etc so being careful is a must!
I placed an order (with Cash) and posted it to Dr Grenthumb in Canada as I had heard good things.
International Money orders can be bought at many places. and some seedbanks now take Bitcoins as well. I’d never use a plastic card either. And I’d never have seeds delivered directly to an address where you plan to grow.
Thankyou so much for your words Bulldog11 (fantastic photo of your dog by the way!) WE have had a bad run, but hopefully things pick up soon.
Gday everyone, Had a really bad experience with Dr Greenthumb seedbank and thought the community should know! I am in a country which still hunts down and…
She said she did her best to educate customers. “Indica is on the couch, sativa is awake,” she advised one customer, explaining the difference between the two major cannabis strains.
“The provincial government has made it clear that independent storefronts will not be part of a legal framework in Ontario,” said Ottawa police Staff Sgt. Rick Carey of the drug unit in a news release. “These storefronts are now and will continue to be illegal operations and property owners need to be aware that they could face serious repercussions for allowing them to continue to operate.”
When one customer asked for a recommendation, clerk Logan, 21, suggested a “fully loaded 375 mg gummy for $30.” He pulled out a plastic Ziploc bag containing a black candy shaped like a revolver. The candy was made locally, said Logan proudly. The 375 mg is a reference to the amount of THC, the chemical that makes users high. For reference, a “single serving” edible in Colorado is 10 mg.
Last month Ontario Attorney General Yasir Naqvi declared war on the province’s illegal pot shops, and this week Ottawa police ramped up their efforts to shut down the illegal businesses.
Logan, a sweet, softspoken lad, said marijuana helps his stomach cramps. “I smoke because of the pain. If I didn’t, I’d be doubled over clutching my stomach all the time.” His doctor couldn’t figure out what was wrong, so McMahon began medicating himself with marijuana.
“There’s a fentanyl epidemic out there. Everybody is dropping like flies. They could just smoke (weed) and they’d be fine,” said Melissa.
When Naqvi announced last month that Ontario plans to sell pot at stores run by the LCBO, he warned that dispensaries will be shut down.
Ottawa police have staged sporadic raids on dispensaries over the last year, but many re-open and new ones pop up. The raids this week also hit grow-ops, with police reporting they confiscated just more than 1,200 pounds of marijuana plants. A key police strategy is to try to disrupt the supply chain for the shops, according to a report prepared by the force.
Reached by phone on Wednesday, Logan said he wasn’t at the shop when it was raided, and he’s not sure whether he’ll be back working there. “It’s still a grey area.”
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