Several prominent SARMs sellers have recently closed or been shut down, causing the usual craziness. Details and video link below.
To meet our service promises and reduce panic buying/hoarding, cart limits of $149 minimum (before discounts) and $750 maximum** are in place for all orders.
We’ve had a hell of a time lately trying to run the business and meet our everyday fulfillment promises: same-day shipping and always being in stock.
There’s a massive influx of new customers, mostly testing us with small orders, but some going the other direction with “wipe out” level panic-buy orders.
Despite what may seem like a windfall, there’s no long term sustainability or profit in that model:
* Hoarding wipes out inventory and pisses off loyal customers.
* Mass micro-orders do not allow us to get orders out each day since a 1-bottle order takes almost as much time as a 10-bottle order.
* Excessive orders cap out our payment gateways and/or raise their scrutiny.
* Plus it sacrifices CS, disrupts our supply chain, makes weekly production & staff schedules impossible to write, and a variety of other ‘roller coaster’ problems.
Therefore, the following sustainability measures are currently in place:
(1) $149 minimum per order (before discounts)
(2) $750 maximum** per order
(3) One order per week per customer (based on account and shipping address)
** regular business buyers: contact us for further details.
SARMs sellers come and go every day, mostly UGLs and one-man-bands. But recent shutdowns of some bigger market players are causing disruption, panic buying and hoarding.
Two sellers in Europe were shut down after a government raid of one, and the preventative fear closure of the other. One in the US from a combination of issues — most notably an ignored ‘cease & desist’ warning. And with another recent US closure, the owner explicitly cited the FDA was responsible » video:
We’re getting lots of questions but we don’t have solid answers. Much like the China source ban scare a couple years ago and the last 2 years’ (unsuccessful) attempts by the US Congress to enact the SARMs Control Act, we don’t have a crystal ball.
All we can do is look at the facts and what’s currently happening. The handwriting appears to be on the wall, but we don’t know anything beyond that.