Every serious bodybuilder once in his career involves the point in his life if he requires himself whether to work with steroids or not. Once he answers this question to himself, and if the solution is positive, there goes required: Where do I get them, where do I buy anabolic steroids?
In the past there wasn't much choice - you'd go to the biggest person in the gym and, after some chit-chat, ask him if he can get you some and hope for the best. Nowadays it is relatively different. Because the federal government is getting stricter and the penalties are high people will not sell steroids to complete other people because of fear of police. For the same reasons people - potential customers - don't challenge asking bout steroids that much either. Thankfully there came an steroids - Internet Sales.
At first Internet wasn't treated with much respect by body building, it was in truth quite overlooked. Let's face it, most bodybuilder were not really enthusiastic about a nerdy virtual network used mainly by geeks. Bodybuilders just weren't geeks. Gradually things changed, though, as people realized that by using Internet, they may easily connect with other people from across the world. Bodybuilders, too, noticed that they can reach far more people over the Internet than they would ever be able to reach in the fitness center, and all these folks distributed their ideas, experience, best cycles, mistakes... And so they could do that from the confinement of their homes, and with complete being anonymous.
Naturally, as more people started sharing their ideas, people also realized they could just ask others where to obtain anabolic steroids. And they were informed; eventually, there would be sources offering many to others. Thus more and more people started purchasing steroids over the net. Unfortunately, just as soon, crooks realized they could simply claim they would sell steroids to a potential customer, but would simply stop responding after they would receive the money. These so-called scammers usually lowered actual Internet steroid drugs sales and seriously reduced people's confidence in online sources.
It is often asked why would anyone want to order online anyway - if you order from someone in the gym you can inspect the products - visually at least - on the spot; you don't send money to unknown folks not knowing if you will ever notice it again; if the products is fake, you always know whom to tackle... These are all very good arguments for using known sources, those found in the gym, nonetheless they are only good when one already knows the source or is introduced by an intermediate. When, on the other hand, a new bodybuilder with no contacts wants to buy equipment directly he is presented with difficult question.
To whom do I ask; is he reliable; will this individual talk to others about me; will I be perceived as a druggie if he talks? In the last couple of years, because the regulations got even stricter, there is always a question whether or not that other person is law enforcement or not. And even if one is inclined to ignore that a potential source might not. These types of are important questions and many people anonymity much more important than couple of dollars they might loose to a scammer.