I don't endorse anyone on here. I can't because of what I do on here. I call out the obvious scammers running the shill post scams.<quoted text> damn man-pigvomit-good lookin out bro, i was really gonna put in a big order, if these guys are bullshit where are the real bars at?
I don't sell anything myself either. If I did either of those things, how would anyone know if I was working for someone or selling something and just doing this to piss on the competition. I'd lose credibility if I did that.
There are a few legit threads on here. The way to fin them is to learn the difference between shill posts and real ones.
Gray posts from unregistered users are worth nothing for credibility, as are posts from users with their post history turned off, and users who just recently joined here. It's too easy to just post what you want people to read and blow sunshine up everyone's ass.
Look for established accounts that have been here for the better part of a year or more posting positive feedback. Once you find them, go take a look at their post history. If they're posting the same copy and paste information in multiple threads or day after day, then they're probably shills.
Once you find some "normal" looking accounts posting positive feedback, then read the thread carefully. Remember, it's the established guys who make or break a thread.
What I just wrote is grossly unfair to he newbie sellers on here. I realize that. I suspect that there are some newbies on here that are honest, but it's like credit. Without history, it just doesn't work most of the time.
Newbies who offer to send free samples to established users or to process small test orders are usually ok. The scammers will almst always have a high minimum order because they know they're going to get exposed real soon. Get in, grab the cash, and shut down.
Also watch out for external links to websites selling goods. I've yet to find one that wasn't a scam.