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Nucleus Seed Bank

Saro01
In Bloom

  • Aug 26, 2020
  • #1
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    Bippity.Boppity.Boof
    In Bloom
    • Dec 15, 2020
  • #2
  • I’ve definitely got to throw a buyer beware on this seedbank(s).

    1.) I’ve now had two orders get delayed for not being in stock. The first time I was informed, I requested a refund. After not having heard a response to my request, I altered my request to store credit for an upcoming drop and heard back almost immediately. Im fine with the occasional hiccup, we are all only human after all, so I placed a second order after the first had finally shipped. That was the second time that I purchased an out of stock item from nucleus. They kept my order in processing after my payment arrived for two weeks without informing me that the drop was delayed from the breeder or something and they will ship my order as soon as it comes in. I’m typically not cool with people selling stuff for cash that they don’t have on hand.

    2.) Nucleus is “located” in oklahoma. I’m located in oklahoma. I would have loved to find a good local seed vendor. My money gets sent to okc. Package arrives at my house with a return address in okc. Tracking from nucleus orders originate in Los Angeles though. This, to me, implies that nucleus is just a middleman. The emails that I have received about the delays and out of stock purchases continue to reference “the warehouse” as the source of delay and trouble. Im not really a fan of feeling like I’m ordering from an out of the loop middleman that doesn’t actually hold any product that I am ordering.

    To me, it looks like nucleus is just a franchise of neptune. Theres 3 or so other seed banks that have nearly identical website designs and nearly identical stock. (Neptune, nucleus, platinum, and supreme.) This feels like a FOMO marketing scheme to me, more that anything else.

    imjustgrumpy
    In Bloom
    • Dec 15, 2020
  • #3
  • I’ve definitely got to throw a buyer beware on this seedbank(s).

    1.) I’ve now had two orders get delayed for not being in stock. The first time I was informed, I requested a refund. After not having heard a response to my request, I altered my request to store credit for an upcoming drop and heard back almost immediately. Im fine with the occasional hiccup, we are all only human after all, so I placed a second order after the first had finally shipped. That was the second time that I purchased an out of stock item from nucleus. They kept my order in processing after my payment arrived for two weeks without informing me that the drop was delayed from the breeder or something and they will ship my order as soon as it comes in. I’m typically not cool with people selling stuff for cash that they don’t have on hand.

    2.) Nucleus is “located” in oklahoma. I’m located in oklahoma. I would have loved to find a good local seed vendor. My money gets sent to okc. Package arrives at my house with a return address in okc. Tracking from nucleus orders originate in Los Angeles though. This, to me, implies that nucleus is just a middleman. The emails that I have received about the delays and out of stock purchases continue to reference “the warehouse” as the source of delay and trouble. Im not really a fan of feeling like I’m ordering from an out of the loop middleman that doesn’t actually hold any product that I am ordering.

    To me, it looks like nucleus is just a franchise of neptune. Theres 3 or so other seed banks that have nearly identical website designs and nearly identical stock. (Neptune, nucleus, platinum, and supreme.) This feels like a FOMO marketing scheme to me, more that anything else.

    Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by. I just felt very compelled to put my last experience with Nucleus Seed Bank. I've done business with them/him quite a…

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