As in the USA, there are no local providers of cannabis seeds, a lot of people are forced to turn to foreign seed banks that ship to the country from the outside.
While not having direct contact with the supplier may sometimes pose problems when it comes to communication and quality of products – there is one certain way that you can decide whether the company you are buying from is legit or not, and this is by looking at different seed bank reviews of other previous clients which have had experience in working with them.
But in order to form your opinion properly, you must make sure that the seed bank reviews which you are taking into consideration are genuine and not just randomly posted by “fake” profiles.
In this article, we will showcase how to spot such a review and find out the specific patterns that reveal to you if it is man-made or simply put there for commercial purposes.
The first thing that you should look for in a review is the times the author has mentioned “I” or “me”. Usually, people who write genuine reviews of a product do not take much time into personalizing their opinion but rather just say what they think about it. Another thing to look for is the profile from which it was written. Many “fake” seed bank reviews are posted by people with no profile picture and generic names on their accounts. You should always beware of such entities as they are not very reliable. When inspecting a review, you should always search for phrases that are repeating in the texts and the so-called “scene-setting” which is basically a description of a product that is uncharacteristic for a normal purchaser.
Having all those patterns in mind, you should always be wary of people who would intentionally post ingenuine seed bank reviews in order to get more clients or promote themselves. Next time, you want to get truthful information about a cannabis product, make sure to carefully pick out what you read!