There is a site that ships products, and their goods are actually pretty freakin' good. Other than it obviously being illegal to order edibles this way, the only problem is they're horribly unreliable. Sometimes they ship, sometimes they don't. But they always take your money.
If you want to give them a try, your best bet is to act like an interested investor in their MLM arm (don't call it that but that's what it is). Say you want to buy into the franchise but want to place a test order first. With the motivation of getting a fat check from you, it could work. I'm not recommending that you do this, but I could see it working. I don't order from them personally but I know people who have. I don't like their company and steer clear from them, for reasons I describe below.
They have a minimum order value of $75 + $10 shipping, so at the least you'll be out of $85. You'll have to pay via money order too, which will tack on an extra fee. The guy who runs this illegal operation is a notorious con man who goes by the name, Dave Roberts. He doesn't really want to ship the edibles due to the high risk. What he really wants is to sell “franchises.” But if you get lucky he'll ship your order.
The Perfect Setup
Dave created some sort of MLM type of illegitimate business where he sells cannabis franchises online. The minimum cost is $3,000 to buy into his franchise. He has packages that cost up to $50,000 last I checked. After the unsuspecting victim pays him the $3,000+, via wire transfer of course, he runs off with the money. You can see countless numbers of people crying on scam forums, having to go back to their spouse with their tail between their legs.
Do you get the picture of what kind of operation this is? It's the perfect scam. As long as he ships the edibles sometimes, the business remains just legit enough that he can still sell more franchises. But he doesn't really want to ship edibles too much in fear of getting busted and going to federal prison. He'd much rather sell franchises because he'll get a minimum of $3k a pop, and sometimes making it rain $50k in a single transaction. So what if he scams someone for $50k. What are they going to do, sue him?
Yeah, let's see how that holds up in court. “I was trying to buy into an illegal operation and the guy never delivered what he promised. I want my money back.” You see what I mean? He's a con man with a long history of conning people who are too broke to buy a real franchise but have a little cash they want to invest in something other than the stock market.
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