Fake Supplements On Amazon ?
I'm really curious about your opinion/experience when it comes to purchasing supplements from Amazon.
A couple of months ago I purchased Solaray C, Life Extension L-Threonate, LE K and Jarrow krill for a relatively low price from the following UK dealers:
The batch numbers as well as expiration dates are printen on with easily eresabel ink, and for one of my supplements this was already the case upon arrival.
Their rating is extremely high, but quality control seems virtually impossible for customers.
For most people short term benefits of supplements are either placebo or unnoticeable.
Moreover, the retailer doesn't necessary need to be scamming people, he could also be negligent and get away with anything by selling through a business entity.
Lastly, a retailer may also be fooled himself as they seem to have a ridiculously large assortiment with products sold under market value.
Link to someone claiming even drugs with sawdust are being sold ( lol )