Security for my customers (and myself) is our TOP priority!
The big secret is that a LOT of marijuana goes through the US Postal system. We have put time and effort into creating a system to have these fine medical products delivered to your door safely.
Payment is made through various anonymous methods.
Our payment system is completely safe, anonymous and untraceable.
Your cash is turned into bitcoin, an anonymous and untraceable digital currency. There is no traceable financial transaction between our clients and us.
We take Payments via Crypto Currencies, Western Union and MoneyGram, Debit and Gift Cards. First option is via bitcoins.
We Urge You To Pay via Bitcoins to the wallet listed below as the First method of payment.
Please Ensure you ask for a wallet for payment, because our system my have some problems at the time of your payment. This is just to avoid us not getting to receive your payments. But the Link is valid unless stated otherwise.
Other Crypto Currencies.
In case You have other Crypto Currencies and you would want to pay using other crypto currencies(Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Stellarlumens) Let us know so we can also send you wallets for that which is available.
Western Union and MoneyGram.
We also Urge you to ask for information if this is the method of payment that you prefer, so you can be able to send the payments to.
Shipping: All herb is double vacuum sealed to ensure a completely smell-proof package. Our shippers have been shipping for years and know how to make a package blend in with all the others.
We take your security seriously!
Still Feeling Nervous?
Just about every day I’ll get a letter asking if this is really safe. All of the information you just read is enough to keep 99%+ packages out of the hands of law enforcement. However occasionally contents can be discovered. Perhaps a package is punctured or you have some errant postal employee opening packages they shouldn’t be. What do they do when they find 1/2 ounce of weed in a package? Best case scenario (and one that is most likely to happen) is that they just throw it away (or sneak it home and smoke it!). Worst case scenario they call the cops.
Now at this point the only way the cops are going to bag you is if they do a “controlled delivery”. This is where a cop delivers the package to your door and says you need to sign for it which could get you into some trouble (We NEVER ask you to sign for a package). They can’t bust you just for getting a package in your mailbox. Otherwise anyone could get anyone else in trouble by mailing them drugs and dropping a dime. So if you’re feeling nervous just remember to never ever sign for a package.
Of course it is extremely unlikely to get this far. To do a controlled delivery requires a fair bit of energy and money. Every law enforcement office has limited amounts of these and they very unlikely to spend it on someone getting a bag of weed in the mail. It if was pounds or heavier drugs they might do it. Their overall drug policy is to go after dealers, the bigger the better. Sure they’re happy to bust users when they come across them but they are not spending their budget on trying to entrap a small time pot smoker. There is simply no return on their investment slapping someone with a misdemeanor IF they’re successful. I have researched this extensively and have NEVER found even one instance of someone getting busted for getting a small amount of weed delivered to them. Every single news article that I have read on the subject involved large quantities of weed or narcotics.
If after reading this you are still nervous you can also add this layer of protection: When you receive your package don’t open it for two days. Just put it on the table. In the unlikely event that there’s a knock on your door you can plausibly claim you have no idea what is in the package. Of course this scenario is really not very likely to happen but if you want to cover all bases there you go.
Over 99% of our packages arrive successfully. Out of those that don’t the majority is because of wrong addresses or packages being intercepted by family members etc. Very occasionally we have ones that are just “lost in the mail”. In over three years of operation we’ve never had one report of anyone getting into any kind of trouble using our service!