I know you can't reveal sources etc. But what about this site, AM, creating a board that reports on Internet sellers of bad, fake or poor products? All monitored and verified of course.
That would still be sourcing, their are boards you can do that on though.
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Eroids has a decent setup, look there
Google and elitefitness work well too.
Sourcecheck is another
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Does e-roids provide legit sources? I dont see how all those reviews cannot be real. Any opinions on this?
There are legitimate reviews on there. It's doubtful that they every single review is, but I would feel comfortable with any of the top 10 best reviewed. Hypothetically, of course...
I started this thread looking for suggestions and possibly get people moving in that direction. Although I have always advocated buying supps locally to develop relationships and support local business, as the Govt. starts clamping down on the supplement industry, the Internet will be the ONLY source left to get "grey products".
That means counterfeited products will flourish and ten zillion threads will be started by guys saying how they took 5,000 mg's of a SD clone with no results or sides, etc, etc and they wonder if it's fake...