I’ll plug my favorite shop. www.altgarden.com
You’ll be fine. Just look at the number of sales some of the Ebay vendors have. These sales go all across the country. I would worry more about your local hydro store than Ebay.
but to each his own.
HOWEVER, stay away from Craig’s list. My attorney advised me that our local law enforcement has been using a sting that goes like this: They advertise a grow light for sale. When the buyer picks it up, the seller (undercover copper) asks if the buyer would like to trade the light for some smoke. The dumb ass buyer says yes, gets arrested, and a search warrant is issued based on the fact that he had pot and was buying a light. Before the guy can bail out, his house is searched. This has happened at least 4 times in the last 2 months in my county. 3 of the 4 had active grow rooms in their house. Like most cop stings, this only works on stupid growers. Stay Smart. Stay Safe.
Love it! My last purchase was this morning! I bought 5 new 396 ecoplus water pumps, more rooting gel, and 2 new bulbs. Hell iv spent probably 2k in the last year on growing supplies. Everything from full lines of nutrients to timers to mylar rolls. Understand not all of this was my investments but well over half were. Hell the only problem I have is when you get a slow ass company processing and shipping your order lol. Dont get me wrong I support local business but when you get it online at almost half price its not rocket science. Oh and I always use paypal. 99 percent of purchases are insured and iv had to use it. takes 30 days but its not a kick in the ass.
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