CO anabolic scams?

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sorry if this is considered source talk. feel free to remove, but it seems like a grey area

I keep getting offered supposed pharma quality anabolics/HGH from strangers in Colorado. there are multiple people from Colorado giving me similar offers. I found this but I'm not sure it's the reason

either it's easy to get stuff in CO or these are all scams. I guess I'm mostly curious if I should move to Colorado lol
 
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sorry if this is considered source talk. feel free to remove, but it seems like a grey area

I keep getting offered supposed pharma quality anabolics/HGH from strangers in Colorado. there are multiple people from Colorado giving me similar offers. I found this but I'm not sure it's the reason

either it's easy to get stuff in CO or these are all scams. I guess I'm mostly curious if I should move to Colorado lol
I don't know anything about that site, I'm afraid to even click on it but I know that in my state schedule 3-5 can be prescribed through a phone/video call due to covid. This concerns me because most people neglect blood work as is and this will only make it easier for uneducated people to be their own Dr.
 
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I think it's a bunch of scam nonsense. I've seen similar things in Connecticut but not for prescription medications. The advertising and websites look exactly the same as the ones about Connecticut but instead of it being for prescription medications it's about insurance and free health care unemployment ect. But it's b*******. I'm not saying that's what you're looking at with this Colorado one but it looks similar to me it looks like the same type of website same type of scam with a different target audience
 
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I think it's a bunch of scam nonsense. I've seen similar things in Connecticut but not for prescription medications. The advertising and websites look exactly the same as the ones about Connecticut but instead of it being for prescription medications it's about insurance and free health care unemployment ect. But it's b*******. I'm not saying that's what you're looking at with this Colorado one but it looks similar to me it looks like the same type of website same type of scam with a different target audience
the website is Instagram, I don't know why everyone thinks a Colorado government website link is some kind of scam. it's about their prescription law lol
 
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the website is Instagram, I don't know why everyone thinks a Colorado government website link is some kind of scam. it's about their prescription law lol
And if you look through that link there's weird stuff like you can see a lunch schedule for March of last year LOL
 
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And if you look through that link there's weird stuff like you can see a lunch schedule for March of last year LOL
ya I guess the website is poorly laid out. lol it looks much worse on mobile
 

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