Is iHerb a scam? I certainly doubt so. I’ve been using it for years now with no problems at all, so they seem pretty damn legit. In fact, here are a few reasons why iHerb is not a scam:
USDA Approved Products
iHerb is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, in the United States of America, and their products are subject to the approval of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Multi Award Winning Online Store
iHerb is one of the few online stores with a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certified warehouse and a Google Trust Certification because of their timely and hassle free orders. They have also won multiple #1 online supplement store awards from ConsumerLab since 2008.
I must say, if this was a scam, they’ve gone through an awful lot of trouble to make themselves seem legit.
Approved by Customers
Thousands of people around the world are already enjoying the convenience and savings from buying supplements and organic products from iHerb. Doing a search online yields plently of people sharing photos about their latest orders. Feel free to check out a sample order I made with DHL as well.
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