How to spot a CBD Scam

Here are some common red flags to look out for when trying to spot a CBD scam:

  1. Unrealistic health claims: CBD is known to have potential health benefits, but any claims that it can cure serious illnesses or diseases are likely false.
  2. Lack of transparency: A legitimate CBD company should provide information about the source of their hemp, their manufacturing process, and third-party lab testing results. If this information is not readily available or is unclear, it may be a sign of a scam.
  3. Free trial offers: Some CBD companies offer free trials, but they often require customers to provide their credit card information upfront. These offers can be difficult to cancel and may result in recurring charges.
  4. High-pressure sales tactics: Scammers may use high-pressure tactics to try to convince you to buy their products, such as offering limited-time discounts or claiming that supplies are running low.
  5. Cheap prices: CBD is not a cheap product to produce, so if you see a CBD product that is significantly cheaper than others on the market, it may be a scam.
  6. No contact information: A legitimate company should provide contact information, including an email address, phone number, and physical address. If this information is not provided, it may be a sign of a scam.

If you encounter any of these warning signs on the web, it’s best to do more research on the company or consider giving us a call. Our focus is on quality lab tested products from companies who build a direct relationship with us.

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