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Pacific Seed Bank Reviews 2022 – is it Scam?

Are you going to buy marijuana seeds from pacific seed bank ?

Good! Let us give you some information about the seed bank in this post.

Update: We are getting regular emails and comments about Pacific seed banks. After order, they are not delivering packages, and their support team is not responding.

So, you should order from Crop King Seeds. They will ship your packages the same day with a quick 24×7 hours support team. (You can check it by sending a message in chat)

Pacific Seed Bank: Overview

  • An excellent and wide selection of marijuana strains
  • Easy to navigate website
  • Wide-array of filters to sort out cannabis seeds
  • 90% germination guarantee ratio
  • High ratings from customers all over the world
  • Offers free stealth shipping
  • They will not be responsible if your post-service loses/damages the package. So, unfortunately, no delivery guarantee for the customers.

Pacific Seed Bank History & Experience

Pacific seeds bank is situated in Spain. They have their headquarters in Barcelona and all their main business is done from there.

Also, they have a marketing office in both Canada and the USA.

People who buy from pacific seed banks are satisfied with their seeds and delivery times. They seem to have a great team working on sourcing seeds and sending them out to the customers.

Strains at Pacific Seed Bank

On pacific seed bank, you will find all types of cannabis seeds, including feminized seeds, CBD seeds, and auto-flowering marijuana seeds.

Some of the most recent seeds on sale are sour triangle feminized, sour Kush feminized, purple candy Autoflower, cherry of feminized, and purple Chemdawg Autoflower.

You can find seeds from many different famous brands, which include brands like grower’s lab seeds, Willits family farm, Mendocino farms, DNA crew, norcal farms, coastal genetics, dutchman seeds, and so many more.

On their website, you can sort out marijuana strains based on things like plant height, growing difficulty, taste, aroma, CBD levels, THC levels, and their medical benefits.

They have a huge collection when it comes to different types of cannabis seeds. They have three main categories, as follows:

  • Feminized Marijuana Seeds – they have 215 hybrid feminized strains, 117 Indica feminized strains, and 76 different types of Sativa feminized strains.
  • Autoflowering Cannabis Seeds – they have 26 auto-flowering Sativa strains, 63 Indica Autoflower strains, and 102 hybrid auto-flowering strains.
  • High CBD Weeds Seeds – pacific seed bank has a total of 50 different strain which have high CBD levels. These strains are going to help you a lot in easing many different physical and mental ailments.

Germination Success of Pacific Seeds

All of the seeds pacific seed bank sells are quality tests and inspected by hand by their team of experts. Their seeds are some of the best quality marijuana seeds that you can find on the market.

They offer a 90% germination ratio on their cannabis seeds. This is one of the highest percentages that best seed banks offer online.

All the seeds that do not germinate will be replaced for free . Note that you need to have more than one non germinated seed, having one only bad seed will not qualify for this.

Another thing you need to take care of is, your seeds should be purchased within the last 60 days to be eligible for a germination guarantee. Older seeds will not be replaced.

They will bear the cost of replacing the bad seeds, but you will have to pay for the non-germinated seeds shipping. If you email them, they will be able to give you an estimate of shipping charges beforehand.

Pacific Seed Bank Delivery

We all need our marijuana seeds to be delivered to our doorstep instead of having to go out to a store to collect them, agree?

Well, the pacific see bank will give you a very nice delivery service along with all the safety and privacy.

They will charge you a single shipping amount regardless of how many numbers of marijuana seeds you order.

Pacific seed bank ships cannabis seeds all over the world. Although it would be wise to check your local laws before you order any seeds.

The only time when you can avail of free shipping is if you buy marijuana seeds worth more than $500.

The following are the delivery timing and the prices for different places:

  • USA
    • Shipping cost – $9.95
    • Delivery time – 5 to 7 business days
    • Shipping cost – $30
    • Delivery time – 7 to 25 business days
    • Shipping cost – $30
    • Delivery time – 7 to 25 business days

    All of the orders that are sent out from pacific seed banks have their own tracking numbers. After completing the order, you will be sent a tracking number on your email, which can be used to track the parcel when it is in transit.

    Pacific Seed Bank Stealth Packeging

    Most of the time, they send out the marijuana seeds in a glass air-tight medical vial. Although they will remove this original packaging in order to increase safety and privacy when sending out parcel’s certain countries.

    Now, if you are worried about privacy, then you can ask them to send you a completely discreet package. They will send out all the cannabis seeds in a simple padded envelope.

    The extra stealth shipping does not have any fees, you can ask them, and they’ll do it for free.

    On the outside of the package, there will be no mention of any marijuana or seed bank-related information. It will be a regular package with just an address on it.

    Payment options at Pacific Seed Banks

    While paying the pacific seeds bank, you need to be careful about their policy of sending the cannabis seeds only after they have received the payment in full.

    If you have paid by credit card or cash, then you would have to wait until they receive the payment on their end.

    You will have a lot of different ways to pay for your marijuana seeds. The options include Bitcoin, Interac eTransfer, Visa, Mail, Mastercard, and Zelle.

    To pay them with bitcoin, which is the safe, secure, and anonymous way to pay for weed, you will need to open a coin base account. It is free and very easy to do so.

    Paying by Zelle in the USA and by e-transfer in Canada will save you from giving transaction fees. With a visa and Mastercard both, you will have to pay an 8.5% transaction fee.

    Pacific Seed Bank Coupons, Discounts and Promotions

    If you decide to pay by mail, which will include a money order or certified check, then you will get three extra seeds for free !

    If you are buying in bulk, then get in touch with their wholesale division, and they will be able to offer you discounts and other free stuff.

    Pacific Customer Support

    The pacific seed bank team is active on social media; you can get in touch with them there. Or you could mail or call them as well.

    They are very professional and friendly when it comes to solving their customer’s queries and problems. They even have a chat option on their website as well.

    32 thoughts on “Pacific Seed Bank Reviews 2022 – is it Scam?”

    I’m a cultivator with farms in Southern Oregon and Northern California. Though I’ve been a member of the boards for years, I usually just pop by and leave without posting. Now I feel compelled to post because I see that Pacific Seed Bank is having a sale Do not buy from these scam artists. You will lose your money. Last summer I paid $500 for 50 Valentine X seeds because their CBD-THC ratio is something like 26 to 1 and Pacific Seed Bank was supposedly the only source in the country to carry them. I needed the seeds quickly to get my light depo going and paid and extra $15 for them overnight them. When I didn’t hear from them for a week, I started calling every day, but they never returned. Finally, after three weeks I got a bag of the most pitiful seeds I’ve ever seen. They were tiny, half the size of a healthy seed, and they were blonde, which is never a good sign. I squeezed three of seeds gently and they all crumbled. Not surprisingly, NOT ONE SEED GERMINATED. When I contacted the seller, she told me to send her pictures of the pathetic product she’d cheated me with. I did as asked, and then she countered, “Pictures tell me nothing. I’ve been doing this for seven years, and my worse failure was about 30% Not surprisingly, Pacific Seed refused to return my calls and emails. Anyway, I’m out $500. Don’t be a sucker like me.

    This place is a joke.. there obviously scamming people due to thus virus. Thousands of dollars are being taken and no product.. down right thieves.

    Ordered some seeds sometime back in April, a couple of weeks later I get an email that they received my payment, then nothing. Five weeks after that, still nothing. I went to their website online chat for help, stated my order number, which I received in the email confirming my payment. They just jerked me around and repeated that the order would be processed for shipping in two weeks. It has already been 5 weeks since they told me that they would ship in 2 weeks, that two-week time period has come and gone be 2 1/2 times already.

    Now I’m reading other peoples posts on the Internet, only to find out they have been ripping people off, mailing out garbage seeds that some say are not even marijuana seeds, but possibly grape seeds.

    Also, I’ve read that this seed company’s seeds do not come from the seed wholesalers they claim to be from on their website. Some seed wholesalers listed on the Pacific Seed Bank website have been sending them cease and desist letters from their layers because they are a committing fraud. The origin of the seeds they sell are unknown and according to the wholesalers listed on the Pacific Seed Bank website, they are not supplying seeds to this company.

    Many people who order from this site eventually get seeds, but the strains and quality is questionable (they are old seeds that don’t germinate) and some customers have said they received grape seeds after ordering marijuana seeds.. And for the rest of us, they just take your money and never actually send the seeds. This is not a legitimate company, they misrepresent themselves on their website, steal your money, and the seeds they sometimes eventually mail out, are complete garbage.

    Looks like a bunch of guys got high and came up with this elaborate scam to make some easy easy money and rip people off.

    On April 29, 2020, I mailed a USPS Money Order to Pacific Seed Bank for a small (9 seeds) order. At that time I had no negative information about them so I patiently waited for almost three weeks before I contacted them. I was told it was coming soon and they gave me a USPS tracking number. When I checked it, I saw it hadn’t been received by the USPS yet. So several days later I contacted them again and this time I was told it was on the vehicle going to the USPS. I waited nearly a week and checked the tracking number again. It still showed the USPS had not received the package yet. Almost a month had almost passed, I contacted the PSB again. This time I was told it was at the USPS. NO, IT WASN’T AND AS OF THIS DATE STILL, HASN’T BEEN. After a full month, I gave up and made a 30-minute drive to Lake Tahoe to the dispensary there and bought seeds I could have got a month earlier had PSB not been such an obvious scam, mail, and electronic fraud operation. I demanded a refund but (not surprisingly) never heard back from them. Today = June 1, 2020

    If you send them money, kiss it goodbye.

    twice i ordered seeds from you,,after 10 days the transfer , wasn’t excepted so i cancelled it. that’s 10 days wasted twice,,terrible service,,never again,,from now on will order from Canada,, i wanted them this year!!

    The Green Rush Is Too White

    The Hood Incubator wants to reverse the effects of the war on drugs by helping black and Hispanic businesspeople enter the legal cannabis market.

    Cannabis has long been Anthony Reyes' passion. Like millions of Americans, he first self-medicated with marijuana as a young man, purchasing from underground dealers as so many other weed enthusiasts do. But cannabis was always mainly about healing for Reyes: His uncle was a curandero, a medicine man, in his native Cuba and used cannabis as part of his healing practice. In 2010, at the age of 30, Reyes began experimenting with adding cannabis to edible treats in his hometown in Miami. They were a hit. By 2014, as momentum was building in favor of legalized recreational marijuana in California, Reyes started adding the drug to Latin Caribbean family recipes. He moved to Oakland to attend university. He worked a few jobs in the legal weed industry, but dreamed of one day starting his own cannabis company.

    That's when Reyes first heard about the Hood Incubator, a small organization that helps transition underground cannabis dealers into the legal market. While enrolled in the Hood Incubator's business accelerator program, Reyes launched iTranscend Foods, a catering company that offers Puerto Rican dishes infused with cannabis. He now has big plans for his business—plans that are possible thanks to California's new marijuana laws, including the 2016 passage of recreational marijuana use.

    The Hood Incubator, based in Oakland, is about to enter its third year of operation, and one of its young founders recently won a Forbes 30 Under 30 recognition. By focusing on black and Hispanic populations, the organization aims not just to help its incubatees start legal weed businesses, but to begin the healing process after decades of social injustice related to cannabis criminalization.

    The war on drugs has resulted in the arrest of millions of people of color since Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and Bill Clinton initiated policies like minimum mandatory sentencing for possession of marijuana. Despite similar rates of use across racial groups, African Americans are 3.73 times more likely than whites to be arrested for a marijuana offense nationally. In New York City between 2014 and 2016, more than 60,000 people were arrested for marijuana, and 52,730 were black or Latino.

    Protesters carry a sign near the White House in Washington on September 10th, 2012.

    (Photo: Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images)

    Despite the outsized share of the legal consequences shouldered by minorities, in the six years since Colorado and Washington became the first two states to legalize recreational marijuana in 2012, the industry has become controlled largely by white men. In 2017, 73 percent of cannabis executives were men and 81 percent were white, according to Marijuana Business Daily. With the business slated to be worth more than $20 billion nationally by 2020, unless drastic action is taken, the very people who built the cannabis industry in America may miss out on its now-legal profits.

    "Before the criminalization of the plant, we were experts," says Hood Incubator co-founder Lanese Martin. "We actually have the knowledge [of marijuana] in our communities."

    But translating expertise and experience into profits can be difficult in the legal weed industry, especially if you're black, says Ebele Ifedigbo, the Hood Incubator's bespectacled, dreadlocked second co-founder. The stigma surrounding cannabis can make it more difficult for people of color to make headway in the industry. Dejah Fortune, who joined the Hood Incubator to develop his Oakland-based cannabis business, Edens Bloom Apothecary, says he encountered racial prejudice from his very first introduction to the industry. "I went to an industry networking event, where the point is to network and see who has resources," Fortune says. "And I found some people would not even reply 'hello' when I introduced myself."

    Across all industries, people of color face obstacles to building businesses that whites do not, like lack of access to capital, advisers, and networks, as well as discrimination from banks while applying for small business loans. The cannabis industry is no different, Ifedigbo says. "If you've been operating in the underground cannabis industry, you might have all the set-ups, you might've been making money for years, but people don't take your business experience seriously."

    "It all boils down to finances," Fortune says. "That's the main obstacle, that access to capital, and that comes back to economics. Being a woman, a person of color, a person with disability, sometimes it's harder to access that funding."

    This injustice is what the Hood Incubator aims to correct. The project is the brainchild of Ifedigbo and Martin, who met in 2016 at a potluck mixer for Oaklanders interested in the cannabis industry and bonded over what they saw as a vast need in the industry. Ifedigbo and Martin knew their combined experience could drive the solution they were looking for: To bring the "green rush" to people of color.

    Six months later, the two officially launched the Hood Incubator. It provides a free crash-course in business and networking to people of color aspiring to cannabis entrepreneurship. The organization is a non-profit funded by a mix of foundations, corporate sponsors, individual donors, event revenues, and member dues.

    The Hood Incubator's work is divided into three areas: economic development, policy and advocacy work, and community organizing. Its first Pre-Seed Accelerator training program began in January and finished in May of 2017. It was a 100-hour business intensive course, after which 10 aspiring graduates pitched their ideas for cannabis businesses to the community.

    The program's first cohort of students included diverse individuals with varied business interests, including some, like Reyes, who already sold marijuana illegally. "We have folks who were already operating in the industry," Ifedigbo says. "Maybe more informally, but they already have customers, revenues, everything like that. And then we have other people who are coming in with other experiences, like culinary or tech."

    Ifedigbo says that the Pre-Seed Accelerator was responsible for encouraging business relationships before anyone had even completed the course. "One participant came in with a plan to open a brick-and-mortar dispensary, and another came in with a plan to open a delivery business," Ifedigbo says. "They actually wound up teaming up, and they just had their delivery service company launch."

    In addition to the Pre-Seed Accelerator, the Hood Incubator is piloting a program to place people of color in apprenticeship programs to jump-start their careers in cannabis. "Ownership is critical in this industry, but there's also gonna be a lot more jobs than there are business owners in the industry," Ifedigbo says. "And a lot of these jobs that are coming online are gonna be well paying, career track-type jobs. We saw a job opening for a director of extraction at a cannabis manufacturing firm, and the starting salary was $100,000."

    The incubator's scope also extends to the political realm. Its founders have worked to organize the Oakland community to advocate for progressive marijuana legislation and practices. One such city policy, the Cannabis Equity Program, prioritizes Oakland residents with prior convictions for marijuana crimes for business permits.

    For all of their big dreams, the Hood Incubator team still must reconcile the fact that they're a small organization trying to rectify the damage from a decades-long, government-backed, multi-trillion-dollar war against drugs. Ten businesses launched from the Pre-Seed Accelerator 2017 cohort, and, as of September of 2018, six of the 10 are still actively operating. But with a micro-focus on 10 to 15 entrepreneurs at a time, the Hood Incubator model will need to go viral to spread its impact nationally.

    According to Martin and Ifedigbo, though, the movement is growing. Two weeks after founding the organization, the pair started getting calls from activists all over the country, asking how they could replicate the Hood Incubator in their own cities. "A lot of people, not only in California, are watching Oakland, but around the country," Martin says. If the Hood Incubator can serve as a model for opening doors to people of color who want to get into the legal marijuana industry across the country, they'll consider it a win.

    "When we craft policy here, New York State can adopt it," says Juell Stewart, the Hood Incubator's former communication director. "They can make model policies and test them outside of California, and other states and municipalities can look at them and say, 'Oh, that might work here.'"

    Thanks in part to the Hood Incubator, Reyes has made steady progress toward his vision for iTranscend Foods. He met his first goal of launching catering operations by January of 2018, and hopes to expand to a food truck and restaurant space within the next four years. "Hood Incubator allowed me to put together my business plan so I can work on marketing and seeking more of a following," he says. "They allowed me to put my vision together and informally start on the plan that I have."

    On April 20th, 2017, the Hood Incubator celebrated the unofficial marijuana holiday by organizing a community event at an urban farm, including vendor booths, music, food, and cannabis-infused products created by local start-ups. Across the sprawling farm, between the chicken coops, the first plant shoots are popping up into the hazy spring afternoon. The Hood Incubator advisers, incubatees, and local cannabis business owners lounge on tree stumps and folding chairs drinking beer, sampling "420-medicated" hot wings, and passing a blunt around the group while discussing business. To the uninitiated, the scene looks like a casual backyard barbecue, but it's undeniably a networking event—the kind that one would be hard-pressed to find outside of Oakland.

    The effects of the war on drugs won't be reversed by throwing a few good parties. But the Hood Incubator's founders know it will take genuine community building to take the first healing step. And that's exactly what they have set out to do.

    Pacific Seed Bank Review 2020

    After the legalization of marijuana in Canada, you will be glad to know that you can legally grow up to four plants in your house. To make your growing easier, buy marijuana seeds in Canada online, and have them shipped to your door. Pacific Seed Bank is your best option among other seed banks. To trust a random seed bank is not easy. That’s why we have made Pacific Seed Bank Review 2020 for you!

    With the help of this review, you will be able to judge this seed bank correctly. This review covers some vital information about Pacific Seed Bank, such as seed selection, germination rate, and offered services like shipment, payment options, and customer service.

    To whom are you waiting for? Dive in!

    Pacific Seed Bank

    Pacific Seed Bank is the firm that sells the best marijuana seeds which were made of high-quality feminized and auto-flowering strains.

    They are the trusted genetic carriers from the famous breeders and farmers. The pacific seed bank is your one-stop marijuana seed solution.

    You will find the top-class marijuana seeds names trusted by Pacific Seed Bank, such as Advanced Genetics, CBD Depot, Coastal Genetics, Mendocino Farms, Amsterdam Seeds Co, and many more.

    Pacific Seed Bank is not a newbie to the world of marijuana seeds. While working hand in hand with growers and horticulturalists, they have gathered two decades of experience in cannabis cultivation.

    You won’t find another seed bank so willing to work with all their efforts, making sure you’re a satisfied customer.

    Seed Selection

    Pacific Seed Bank is home to the most exceptional range of high-quality cannabis seeds you’re likely to find in your country.

    This Seed Bank has a group of seed specialists, masters in the medical field, and marketing experts who’ve spent more than 20 years creating and tracking down the best strains around the globe.

    Pacific Seeds boasts about their reputation and says,

    We weren’t born yesterday, which means we’re not fooled by big talkers in the weed industry – we know how to spot the good stuff, and we work our fingers to the bone to bring it to you.

    Pacific Seed Bank

    They have a massive collection of cannabis seeds. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a new breeder looking for three seeds just to get started, or the owner of a leading growing agency (a legal one, of course) who needs hundreds of seeds, they have something for everyone!

    Their product catalog contains more than 150 strains. They always strive to add new growers, new variations, and new methods to experience all the marvelous perks of marijuana.

    Germination Rate

    Not only do they carry the supreme quality genetics that guarantees high-quality cannabis in every harvest, but they also boastfully offer one of the highest germination levels in the business.

    Want to know how much?

    The Pacific Seed Bank offers a 90% germination rate. If 90% of your seeds don’t germinate, they are ready to replace your buds free of cost.

    You’re going to get the best quality seeds of the cannabis market, tested, and verified to offer you your best shot at a germination scale of a minimum of 90% when you order from Pacific Seed Bank.

    If you are an expert, you can recognize visual signs that might foretell a seed’s viability beforehand, but the proof is in the pudding!

    We recommend you try to germinate every seed you want to grow from Pacific Seed Bank.

    Although they hold every order with our 90% germination guarantee, to be qualified for the program, we insist you follow their specific germination guide.

    If your 90% of seeds don’t germinate, Pacific Seed Bank is ready to reship your order. They will take responsibility for the cost of the replacement seed(s), but shipping charges are the buyer’s responsibility.

    However, cannabis seeds that have been bought for more than 60 days before germination will not be able to get this benefit. The seed replacement program is only a one-time offer and cannot be applicable to the same order twice.

    Pacific Seed Bank in the USA

    You will not have to leave your house frequently for your seed requirements. Pacific Seed BAnk ships the seeds to your doorsteps.

    This is especially valuable to customers who don’t reside near a marijuana dispensary. And even so, some stores do not carry seeds. That’s why you have to find an online seed bank you can trust.

    Pacific Seed Bank delivers to all 50 states in the USA, which indicates that you can get your favorite seeds at home no matter where you reside or what your zip code is.

    Pacific Seed Bank in Canada

    At Pacific Seed Bank, they truly want your weed seeds to turn into a beautiful garden. That’s why they offer tons of alternatives to make this journey as easy as possible for you.

    You have a choice from over a hundred diverse strains, each with a distinct set of features and locate the one that’s best for your necessities.

    You can order online or get it done over the phone to get quick shipping of your product in Canada. If you want to buy the best marijuana seeds, you don’t have to adjust to quality or suitability to come to the best in the market.

    Pacific Seed Bank delivers cannabis seeds to these states in Canada: British Columbia, Newfoundland, Yukon, New Brunswick, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, PEI, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.

    Service

    They supply seeds to almost everyone, including:

    • Dispensary owners
    • Nursery gardeners
    • Affiliates and influencers
    • New and experienced home growers

    To make your order from Pacific Seeds, you have got two choices:

    Buy your seeds online – operate their easy-to-use website, add your favorite items to the shopping cart, and check out utilizing your credit card or other payment methods.

    It’s so simple that a child could do it, but a kid wouldn’t do this because you must be at least 18 years or older, depending on your jurisdiction, to buy marijuana seeds.

    Place an order over the phone – Not everyone is comfortable putting their credit card or personal data on the internet, which is why Pacific Seeds offer a phone option.

    You just simply need to dial their given phone number on the website, and their customer care staff would be pleased to help you make your order or answer any inquiry you might have.

    Tracking the Order

    From the moment they leave our warehouse, you can track your marijuana seeds. Once your order has been prepared and shipped by Pacific Seed Bank, you’ll get an email, including your confirmation and tracking ID.

    You can use the given number to track your package by visiting your national postal service (i.e., Canada: Canada Post, USA: USPS).

    A tracking ID does not ensure that your order will arrive without difficulty. If your order doesn’t come by the maximum shipping period noted by your region, please contact your local postal service.

    If the postal service is unable to find your package, the next step is to, and the team of Pacific Seeds you find your package.

    Price and Discounts

    You can pick the THC levels according to your preference, whether high, moderate, or low. For buying such cannabis seeds, you have to pay at around $29.99 based upon the seed type you choose.

    They only sell 100% feminized and auto-flowering marijuana seeds, so if you have remarked the prices are a few cents higher than the last company you looked at, that could be the reason.

    But when you try out their seeds, you will realize that it was worth a shot!

    Shipment

    At Pacific Seed Bank, they understand the value of your time – and your privacy – is essential. So they offer valued customers quick and safe transportation (with tracking) on every order of high-quality cannabis seeds.

    Pacific Seeds takes pride in shipping worldwide. Every country takes a different stand on the possession and usage of marijuana and marijuana seeds.

    So, it’s up to every client to do their due care and understand the cannabis act in their region.

    Pacific Seeds loves their customers, but they will not be responsible for any legal problem related to your order. For more detail, check their Legal Disclaimer.

    They cannot confirm shipping times during the peak marketing season. Over holidays, as the number of applications that they receive increases suddenly. However, they always work tirelessly to get your orders out as soon as possible!

    They provide a flat fee for transmissions depending on your nation of residence. If you order a big amount – over $500 – there won’t be any shipping cost.

    Delivery times may differ based on location and season of the year. Pacific Seeds do not take responsibility for objects lost or impaired due to postal service carelessness.

    Since Pacific Seeds encourage Zelle payments, payments are made through Zelle (in the US), or e-transfer (in Canada) can be processed immediately.

    Payment methods that need time for processing, such as credit cards, or deliver, in the case of payments by mail, might get delayed shipping terms. Pacific Seeds do not send your shipment until they receive payment.

    While Pacific Seeds always try to fulfill your orders in time but at times, things go out of the control, which might affect your shipping.

    You need to get in touch with the customer service representatives if your package is broken upon arrival or if it fails to arrive after the estimated delivery time.

    Payment Options

    For the buyer’s convenience, Pacific Seeds accept different methods of payment:

    • Payment by mail – When you pay utilizing cashier’s or certified check or money order, they send in an extra 3-seed pack while shipping your order! However, they do not take cash or personal checks.
    • Zelle (the US only) – If you want to use Zelle to transfer your payment, you don’t have to pay any transaction charges!
    • e-Transfer (Canada only) – Paying with an e-transfer also means you don’t have to worry about transaction expenses.

    For the above payment methods, you will not be required to enter payment information during checkout. Pacific Seeds send you an email with instructions on how to complete your payment as soon as you complete the checkout.

    • Visa and Mastercard – By paying with Visa and Master card, you must pay an 8.5% transaction charge on all credit card orders. This is the amount the credit card company charges Pacific Seeds. Your bank can also charge fees on your order.
    • Bitcoin, Litecoin, or Ethereum- You can pay safely and anonymously using cryptocurrency.

    Pacific Seeds website and checkout systems are safe and encrypted. They don’t store your personal information after the payment is settled, so you’ll never have to bother about someone getting your private data.

    Customer Service

    At Pacific Seed Bank, their primary purpose is to make their customers happy and help them with their goals.

    They help the customers with the germination process and answer any inquiries about their shipping/tracking report.

    All you require to do is give them a call or send an email. They usually don’t manage customer service concerns via Instagram or social media.

    The customer service staff works from Monday to Saturday. You can contact them from 9 am to 6 pm.

    Whether you’re curious about the best sellers, having trouble with placing the order, querying where your seeds are, or just want to talk about cannabis, simply hit their contact number!

    What We Liked

    • User-friendly website
    • Various payment options
    • Excellent customer support
    • 90% germination rate
    • Regular discounts

    What We Didn’t Like

    • Poor packaging
    • No social media handling

    Final Verdict

    Though everything seems perfect about Pacific Seed Bank, one negative side about this seed bank, though they stand behind their products, outside of the detailed descriptions listed on the individual product pages, Pacific Seed Bank does not promise the accuracy of the data provided on the website. This might mislead the customers.

    In the end, we can conclude that though they have few backdrops, Pacific Seed Bank is a place where you should give a thought at least once. Who knows you might end up being there regular customer! To know more about other Canadian marijuana seed bank reviews, Click Here!

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